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FC Nantes have announced plans to build a new stadium for 2022. The stadium will be built at the old parking of the current stadium, Stade de la Beaujoire. The plans are to make it a multi-purpose complex that will include housing facilities for 1,500 people, a shopping centre, a school and a car park. 

On 3-11 March 2018, CAFE will organise its annual CAFE Week of Action - Total Football Total Access, which is an annual event to celebrate the wider inclusion of disabled people within football.

Yesterday, Wednesday 20 September, UEFA announced the host venues for the 2019 finals of the Champions League, Women’s Champions League, Europa League and Super Cup.

Find out what the stadium industry has to show us and what we can expect from the future! 

Find out what the stadium industry has to show us and what we can expect from the future! 

Find out what the stadium industry has to show us and what we can expect from the future! 

The first edition of the DFL’s ‘Bundesliga Football School’ offered 100 talented Israeli youngsters the chance to train with a team of international professionals during the five-day training week on 22-27 July. Head of the project, Birger Naß, and ESSMA Advisory Committee member, can look back at a successful debut.

Find out what the stadium industry has to show us and what we can expect from the future! 

Find out what the stadium industry has to show us and what we can expect from the future!  

Find out what the stadium industry has to show us and what we can expect from the future! 

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