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|Brands Hatch is a motor racing circuit near Swanley in Kent, England. First used as a dirt track motorcycle circuit on farmland, it hosted 12 runnings of the British Grand Prix between 1964 and 1986 and currently holds many British and International racing events.|
|Wye Racecourse (29 May 1849 – 2 May 1974) was a British horse racing venue, situated in East Kent between Ashford and Canterbury about 600 yards south of Wye railway station.|
|Bromford Bridge Racecourse was a racecourse in the Bromford area of Birmingham, England.|
|Alexandra Park Racecourse (30 June 1868 - 8 September 1970) was a London horse racing venue. It was colloquially known as the Frying Pan on account of its shape.|
|Today it's gone and replaced by housings. Name of stadium unknown.||09/07/2014||317|
|John F. Kennedy Stadium (formally Philadelphia Municipal Stadium) was an open-air stadium in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania that stood from 1926 to 1992. The South Philadelphia stadium was situated on the east side of the far southern end of Broad Street at a location that is now part of the South Philadelphia Sports Complex. Designed by the architectural firm of Simon & Simon in a classic 1920s st...||09/09/2013||530|
|The Polytechnic Stadium in Chiswick, London, was the home stadium of rugby league team Fulham RLFC between 1985 and 1990. Before that, it hosted the field hockey preliminaries for the 1948 Summer Olympics.|
|West Ham Stadium was a stadium that existed between 1928 and 1972 in Custom House, in east London (it was in the County Borough of West Ham, in the county of Essex, at the time of the stadium's construction). The stadium was built in 1928 on Prince Regent Lane, near the site of the present-day Prince Regent DLR station.|
The stadium had no connection at all with West Ham United fo...
|The county of Krohnsminde in Norway has made a huge mistake when they planned a new road at a hospital at the local stadium.|
They simply cut a corner of one of the football/soccer grounds for the kids without telling it to the club. Only the health department was told about it by the county.
So now the football club have no stadium for the upcoming season.
|The Triathlon competitions at the 2012 Summer Olympics, in London, are scheduled to be held in Hyde Park. The women's is scheduled for Saturday 4 August and the men's for Tuesday 7 August. A total of 110 athletes, 55 men and 55 women, are expected to take part. |
Triathlon made its debut at the Summer Olympics during the 2000 Games in Sydney; the six gold medallists to date have c...
|Equestrian competitions at the London 2012 Summer Olympics are scheduled to be held between 28 July and 9 August, at the Greenwich Park venue in London.|
|Shooting competitions at the 2012 Summer Olympics in London are scheduled to be held from 28 July to 5 August at the Royal Artillery Barracks in Woolwich. Fifteen events are expected to be included with 390 athletes expected to take part. The events will be the same as in 2008.|
The competitions were originally planned for the National Shooting Centre in Bisley, Surrey, and the t...
|Men's beach volleyball tournament at the 2012 Summer Olympics in London, United Kingdom, will take place between 28 July and 9 August at Horse Guards Parade.
24 doubles will take part, with one from the UK as host country, and a maximum of two from each country. 16 will qualify through positioning in the FIVB Beach Volleyball World Rankings as of 17 June 2012, five others will earn their...
|Sportplatz am Rothenbaum was a multi-use stadium in Hamburg, Germany. It was used mostly for football matches and hosted the home matches of Hamburger SV. The stadium was able to hold 27,000 people and opened in 1910. It was eventually replaced by Volksparkstadion in 1963 and was closed for good in 2000.|
|The Estádio das Antas (officially Estádio do Futebol Clube do Porto) was the third (and longest occupied) stadium of the Portuguese football side FC Porto. It was in use from 1952 to 2004, replacing the earlier Campo da Constituição and later replaced by Estádio do Dragão. As well the stadium, it had an indoor arena and three training grounds. The club's offices were also split between the insi...||01/05/2012||806|
|10th-Anniversary Stadium (Polish: Stadion Dziesięciolecia), opened in 1955, was for decades the largest stadium in Warsaw, and one of the largest in Poland. Under the Polish People's Republic, it was one of the most advertised construction sites and a principal venue for Party and state festivities. |
In the 1980s the stadium became dilapidated, as no funds could be found to ...
|Stadio Giorgio Ascarelli, also known as Stadio Partenopeo, was a multi-use stadium in Naples, Italy. It was used mostly for football matches. The stadium was able to hold 40.000 people. During the 1934 World Cup, it hosted two games. The stadium was destroyed by bombardments during the World War II.|
|Zuiderparkstadion (Dutch for Southern Park Stadium) was an 11,000-seat stadium in The Hague, in the Netherlands. It was the home of football club ADO Den Haag.|
|Oosterpark Stadion was the stadium of football club FC Groningen until December 2005. The all-seater stadium in Groningen's Oosterpark neighbourhood was inaugurated on September 30, 1933, and renovated in 1960, 1984 and 1987/88. The stadium has been replaced by the new, larger Euroborg stadium, and the ground it occupied is being redeveloped.|
|Stadion Lehen was a multi-purpose stadium in Salzburg, Austria. It was used mostly for football matches and hosted the home matches of SV Austria Salzburg. The stadium was able to hold 14,684 people and originally opened in 1952. It was renovated in 1971. It hosted its last SV Austria Salzburg match in 2002, prior to Wals Siezenheim Stadium in 2003. In 2006, the stadium was demolished.|
|Estadio Colombino was a multi-use stadium in Huelva, Spain. It was initially used as the stadium of Recreativo de Huelva matches. It was replaced by the current Estadio Nuevo Colombino in 2001. The capacity of the stadium was 13,000 spectators.|
|Estadio Insular was a multi-use stadium in Las Palmas, Spain. It was initially used as the stadium of UD Las Palmas matches before Estadio Gran Canaria opened in 2003. The stadium held 21,000 people and was built in 1945.|
|The Vélodrome d'Hiver (French pronunciation: [velɔdʁɔm divɛʁ], Winter Velodrome), colloquially Vel' d'Hiv, was an indoor bicycle racing cycle track and stadium (velodrome) on rue Nélaton, not far from the Eiffel Tower in Paris. As well as track cycling, it was used for ice hockey, wrestling, boxing, roller-skating, circuses, spectaculars, and demonstrations. It was the ...||01/05/2012||854|
|Stade Pershing was a multi-purpose stadium in Vincennes, France. It was used mostly for football matches and hosted the final of the Coupe de France on four occasions. It also hosted some of the football and rugby matches during the 1924 Summer Olympics. The stadium was able to hold 29,000 spectators at its height; it opened in 1919 and closed in 1960. Its area currently hosts baseball games.||01/05/2012||522|
|Kayseri Atatürk Stadium, opened in 1964, was a multi-purpose stadium in Kayseri, Turkey. It was mainly used for football matches, and was shared by the two largest clubs in the region, Kayserispor who currently play in the Turkcell Super League and Kayseri Erciyesspor who were last season relegated into the Turkish Second Division. The stadium was able to hold 26,500 people, and was mostly unco...||01/05/2012||474|