Owens Project Stadiums

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  • 1. STADIUMS

2. 3. 4.

  • SOME STADIUMS (SUCH AS ANFIELD) HAVE REMAINED THE SAME BUT, ON THE OTHER HAND SOME HAVE BEEN COMPLETEY CHANGED LIKEIBROX
  • OR STAMFORD BRIDGE

5.

  • NOT MUCH HAPPENED

6.

  • ENGLAND HOSTED THE WORLD CUP.
  • THIS PROMPTED A WAVE OF STADIUM DEVELOPMENTS.
  • GOODISON HELD 5 WORLD CUP MATCHES.
  • NEW STANDS WERE BUILT TO INCREASE THE GROUNDS CAPACITY.

7.

  • GROUNDS NOT INVOLVED IN THE WORLD CUP BEGAN TO BUILD MORE NEW STANDS. THESE NEW STANDS HELD GREATER CAPACITY IN ADDITION TO IMPROVING THE COMFORT FOR THE FAN (EG SEATS).
  • THIS INCLUDED GROUNDS LIKE ANFIELD ,CELTIC PARK AND TWICKENHAM.

8.

  • DISASTERS!
  • THERE WAS:
    • IBROX (1971)- 66 crushed on stairs when leaving
    • HESYEL (1985)-35 CRUSHED when a barrier collapsed
    • BRADFORD (1985) 56 suffocated in a fire
    • HILLSBOROUGH (1989)-96 crushed against the fences

9.

  • NEW STANDS AND NEW STADIUM
    • ALL SEATER TO AVOID CRUSHES
    • WIDE EXITS TO AVOID CRUSHES
    • BUILT FROM CONCRETE AND STEEL SO IT WONT CATCH FIRE
    • COVERED TO PROTECT FANS FROM WEATHER
    • COMMONWEALTH GAMES 2002

10. 11.

  • A STADIUM BUILT NOT FOR FOOTBALL BUT FOR CYCLING WAS BUILT IN 2002 SPICIFICALLY FOR THE COMMENWEALTH GAMES IN MANCHESTER. IT IS CALLED THE VELADROME.

12.

  • WITH OUT A DOUBT, STILL THE MOST FAMOUSSTADIUM IS THE NEW WEMBLEY

13.

  • LIVERPOOL IN THE FUTURE ARE GETTING A NEW GROUND CALLED STANLEY PARK AFTER WHERE IT WAS BUILT.

14. THE CONCLUSION