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Grimsby Town restarts new stadium plans

Grimsby Town restarts new stadium plans

Saturday 8th February 2020

Grimsby Town have revived their plan to build a new stadiums after a proposed takeover deal fell through.

The League 2 side announced plans to move away from Blundell Park a number of years ago, but this never came to fruition. Now, the owners have reignited the plans to move to a new stadium in the East Marsh area of the town.

The new ground would be a 14,000 seater stadium costing in the region of £20m. Plans are still being drawn up, land needs to be bought and planning permission applied for and granted, so it is still a long way off. The club estimates it may take 3-5 years to complete the project.

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