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Wembley pitch gets helping hand from 10-year-old ahead of FA Cup semi-final...
Youngster Harry Kness was given a once in a lifetime opportunity when he was invited to join Head Groundsman Karl Standley in getting the pitch in pristine condtion.
SALTEX 2017 leading the way in innovation
SALTEX 2017 continues to attract some of the sector’s biggest names ensuring that visitors can again expect to see an impressive line-up of world-class innovation for use by managers of pitch, grou
Everton agrees finance package for proposed stadium
Everton FC has moved a step closer to realising its ambition to build a new stadium after agreeing a financial package with the local authority.
Sadiq Khan eyes more ‘world-class’ sports venues and permanent NFL franchise...
London mayor Sadiq Khan has plans to make London the “sporting capital of the world”, highlighting an ambition to build more “world-class” sports venues and introduce a permanent American football
Training bursary launched by British Sugar TOPSOIL to celebrate its 20th...
British Sugar TOPSOIL, has announced the launch of The British Sugar TOPSOIL Training Bursary 2017 to celebrate the business’s 20th anniversary.
Liverpool FC eyes £50m training ground revamp
Liverpool Football Club is launching an ambitious £50m (US$62.1m, €58.6m) bid to revamp its training ground in a plan that would improve the local grassroots provision.
How will apprenticeship levy impact horticulture business?
Next month's introduction of the Government apprenticeship levy could offer good value for money for horticultural businesses, Rachel Anderson discovers.
FA ploughs £125m into grassroots football
Grassroots football received a £125m (US$156.1m, €146.4m) boost from the Football Association over the 2015/16 season as the organisation recorded record revenue of £370m (US$462.1m, €433.2m).
The unsung heroes of county cricket
The annual pre-season meeting and conference of the groundsmen and the ECB’s Pitches Group has taken place at St Georges Park.
Lord’s becomes first British cricket ground to totally run on renewable energy
Lord’s Cricket Ground has become the first purpose-built cricket stadium in Britain to run on 100 per cent renewable energy.