New Nottingham Forest Stadium

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The New Nottingham Forest Stadium was a proposed football stadium which would have been built in Nottingham. Several locations were discussed, with the hope that the ground would host matches at the 2018 World Cup had England's bid been successful. The stadium would also have been home of Nottingham Forest football club, who currently play at the City Ground. It was announced in the Autumn of 2008 that the club's proposed new stadium would only be built if England's bid to host the 2018 World Cup was successful. With England's bid unsuccessful, the plan changed to instead rebuild the Main Stand at the current City Ground and raise the capacity to around 40,000.


In June 2007, Nottingham Forest announced plans to leave their current home, The City Ground after more than 100 years, with the aim of Nottingham having a ground suitable to hold matches for the 2018 World Cup, for which England was a bidding nation. The City Ground was deemed unsuitable, even with expansion, due to the areas that needed to be available for car parking around the stadium; the City Ground is in a dense urban area, surrounded by private housing, businesses and industry.The stadium was intended to have a capacity of between 45,000 and 50,000 spectators. A poll among Forest fans founds that the majority were in favour of new ground being named the Brian Clough Arena in honour of the club's legendary former manager. Other possible stadium names suggested by some...
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