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Coventry City explore the option of building new stadium

Coventry City explore the option of building new stadium

Wednesday 4th December 2019

Coventry City are exploring the possibility of building a new ground after leaving the Ricoh Arena for the 2nd time in the last 6 years.

The League 1 club are playing at Birmingham's St Andrews this season, but have confirmed that they are scouring the local area in order to find a suitable site for a new stadium.

18 new locations have been identified with the club working on drawing up a shortlist, if a return to the Ricoh cannot be agreed with Wasps rugby club.

It's very early days yet, but hopefully some positive news for Coventry fans soon.


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