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Leicester Tigers are planning an £8 million redevelopment of their Welford Road stadium.
A new three-storey stand will replace the old clubhouse and boost capacity to more than 26,000.
Construction will start in May.
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Derby City Council have announced the Derby Arena will open on 20th March. It will be followed by 30 days of events to 'unwrap' the Arena to the public. There will be sporting awards, tours, track cycling and badminton sessions and “have a go” sessions.
Facilities on offer at the Arena include:
- 250m indoor cycle track suitable for individual, club, school, group and business track sessions, track leagues, and local, regional, national and international track events. The cycle track itself is made out of Siberian Spruce and designed by Velotrack.
- An indoor sports-hall the size of 13 badminton courts, suitable for activities such as badminton, netball, futsall and volleyball.
- A cyclist’s 'D' area in the infield, track bike storage, track bike hire and a bike workshop.
- A state of art 140-station gym, two exercise studios and indoor cycling studio offering a weekly programme of classes.
- Meeting and hospitality rooms available for hire.
- A café and a bar.
- Fixed seating for 1500 people.
- Fully accessible changing rooms.
Leicester Tigers has launched its own foundation to use rugby to get more people involved with the sport.
It is particularly aimed at getting women, ethnic minorities and people with disabilities to take part, as well as encouraging and inspiring young people to learn new skills outside of the classroom.
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