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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The club, set up to support grass roots football and champion the local community, will groundshare with Bootle FC for the 2016/17 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.
GAA President Liam O'Neill last night hailed the multi-million euro groundshare alliance between Dublin club Cuala and rugby side Blackrock as "groundbreaking".
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.
The Keep Cov in Cov group have been urging SISU boss Joy Seppala to meet with Ricoh Arena bosses ACL since the decision was made to groundshare with Northampton for the next three years.
A groundshare with Aberdeen at Pittodrie has been discussed - even though Caley would play their "home" games 100 miles from Inverness.
JOE KINNEAR has offered former club Wimbledon a lifeline by suggesting they groundshare a new stadium with Luton Town.
Knowle are not expected to take up their promotion to the Premier Division as their ground does not have floodlights and they are not prepared to groundshare.
AFC Wimbledon will play in their home borough of Merton after agreeing to groundshare with Tooting & Mitcham next season.
SPL rules state clubs can't groundshare but all 12 clubs could vote to change that.
Thistle believe Inverness Caley Thistle are in breach of the rules by not declaring their intentions to groundshare with Aberdeen by March 31.