groundshare


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groundshare

(ˈɡraʊndˌʃɛə)
vb
(General Sporting Terms) (intr) to share the facilities and running costs of a single stadium with another team
n
(General Sporting Terms) an arrangement, often temporary, whereby two sporting clubs share one stadium
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CITY have denied rumours of a groundshare with League One side MK Dons as fans continue to wait for news on where the club will play next season.
Sources at the club have confirmed talks over some form of a groundshare with the rugby side have been ongoing for some time but that no agreement has yet been struck.
WEMBLEY is among Brentford's groundshare options as they make plans for the Premier League.
Quakers are suffering from their groundshare with Bishop Auckland, as the Heritage Park pitch has to accommodate two teams which is proving nigh on impossible in the wet weather.
GAA President Liam O'Neill last night hailed the multi-million euro groundshare alliance between Dublin club Cuala and rugby side Blackrock as "groundbreaking".
Merthyr have had to groundshare with Cinderford while a new synthetic 3G pitch is laid at Penydarren.
NORTHAMPTON have said they will not be "bullied" after claiming to have been threatened with legal action over plans to groundshare with Coventry at Sixfields Stadium next season.
SUPPORTERS' group the Sky Blue Trust has described confirmation of Coventry's groundshare with Northampton as "a dagger blow through the hearts of thousands of Coventry City supporters".
The gap could become six points tonight, when Scabrough, who groundshare at Bridlington, are at home to Barton Town Old Boys.
Ross County's rebuilding work at Victoria Park is so far ahead of schedule they should be able to abandon plans to groundshare with Inverness next season.
LIVERPOOL chairman Tom Werner has stated a groundshare with Everton is a "non-starter" after fresh rumours the two clubs could pursue a joint stadium.
The club's move to Damson Park in a groundshare agreement with Solihull Moors meant the precise timings could only be con-firmed when the football programme was drawn up.