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|Former Stadium of English Premiership team Arsenal. Inaugurated on 6 September 1913 wth a capacity for 38,500 people. (Arsenal are currently constructing a new stadium that will be ready for the 2006/2007 season. This will be the last season of football before Highbury is demolished.)||11/27/2005||631|
|The new stadium of London football club FC Arsenal was build here. It was compleeted june 2006 and the first match was scheduled for july 22nd. by a testimonial for Dennis Bergkamp against Ajax Amsterdam.|
It has an all-seated capacity of 60000.
|After having lately celebrated the 500 eme anniversary of its creation, the arsenal extends on 268 ha and 10 km of quays, have 30 km of roads, employ more than 12 000 persons and shelter about thirty buildings of the Force of Naval Action.||12/14/2005||593|
|The interesting thing about this place is, that the surrounding area is in high-res and the arsenal itself is low-res. Looks like censoring at GE.||01/12/2006||430|
|Kim Il-Sung Stadium is a very large stadium located in Pyongyang, the capital of North Korea. Originally the "Kirim Stadium," a baseball field built during the Japanese occupation, it was the site of Kim Il-Sung's first speech after returning from exile in 1945. Rebuilt in 1969, it was then called Moranbong Stadium, but in 1982 it was renovated and renamed in honour of Kim Il-Sung. Th...||05/22/2007||905|
|White City Stadium (originally The Great Stadium) was built in White City, London, for the 1908 Summer Olympics, often seen as the precursor to the modern seater stadium and noted for hosting the finish of the first modern distance marathon. It also hosted speedway and a match at the 1966 World Cup, before the stadium was demolished in 1985.|
|Hackney Wick Stadium, Waterden Road, in the London Borough of Hackney, was opened in 1932 and was mainly used for greyhound racing and speedway.|
In 1994, a £12M stand and restaurant was built and the stadium was renamed the London Stadium, Hackney. In December 1997 the company that owned the stadium, London Stadium Hackney Ltd., went out of business.
|Picatinny Arsenal, located in Dover, NJ. Base is pretty much declassified now, but some secret stuff does still go on there. If you scroll north and slightly east, to Snake Hill road, you will see a bunch of helicopters.||08/05/2005||689|
|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...
|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.|
|New Cross Stadium, Hornshay Street, Old Kent Road , in South East London was opened in the early 1900s as an athletic stadium but was mainly used for greyhound racing and speedway. The ground was adjacent to The Den, the then home of Millwall F.C. and was used as a training ground by the club when they did not have facilities of their own. The track was often referred to as 'The Frying Pan'. It...||12/31/2011||190|
|Arsenal Football Club Training Centre is based near the village of Shenley, North of London near Junction 22 of the M25 motorway.|
The Training Centre covers an area of 143 acres, there are ten full-size pitches at the site, two of which have undersoil heating.
The site plays host to the first team squad and young professionals in the clubs academy.