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LONDON (Reuters) - SailGP aims to be climate positive when its "foiling" F50 catamarans begin their second season next year, in a move it hopes will speed up the electrification of the marine industry.
BARCELONA (Reuters) - Barcelona must press on with plans to renovate Camp Nou in order to replenish revenues lost because of the COVID-19 pandemic, vice-president Jordi Moix told Reuters, adding that the 815-million-euro ($957 million) project will pay for itself.
LONDON (Reuters) - Carlisle United became the first English club to welcome back fans for a league match on Saturday as they took on Southend United in a League Two clash at their Brunton Park stadium.
(Reuters) - Sheffield United manager Chris Wilder says he cannot understand how English Football League (EFL) clubs can welcome some fans back this weekend given the COVID-19 restrictions in Britain.
LONDON (Reuters) - British sport chiefs on Wednesday held talks with Secretary of State for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport Oliver Dowden on whether spectators can return to stadiums starting next month.
MANCHESTER, England (Reuters) - Ten clubs in England's Football League will be allowed to admit up to 1,000 fans in this weekend's games as part of a pilot scheme to test the return of supporters, the EFL said on Wednesday.
(Reuters) - Fans will not be allowed to attend St Leger meeting at Doncaster from Thursday, following instruction from local health authorities, organisers said https://www.doncaster-racecourse.co.uk/news/racing/statement-regarding-the-2020-st-leger-festival on Wednesday.
(Reuters) - A maximum of 300 fans will be allowed to attend two Scottish Premiership games this weekend for the Scottish government's pilot scheme for the return of spectators to stadiums, the Scottish Professional Football League (SPFL) said on Tuesday.
(Reuters) - Fans will be allowed to attend two Cambridge United matches next week that will be test events for the British government's pilot scheme for the return of spectators to elite sport, the English Football League (EFL) said on Thursday.
LONDON (Reuters) - Two thousand five hundred fans will be allowed into Brighton & Hove Albion's Amex Stadium for a pre-season friendly against Chelsea on Saturday after the British government announced pilot events for the return of spectators to elite sport.