West Stand

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Ground Developments To Football Stadiums In The English Football League System - Championship - Sheffield Wednesday
... restrictions the current pillars that support the roof of the Kop and West Stand will be removed ... An 'iconic' roof structure will support the Kop's roof while the West Stand will have a completely new roof ... The North West Terrace will get a roof and a corner of seating will be added between the Kop and North Stand with a roof ...
Sixfields Stadium - Stands - West Stand
... The largest of the stands, seating just under 4,000 home supporters on a matchday, the West Stand also accommodates the club offices, changing rooms and supporters ...
Langtree Park - Capacity
... The total capacity of the stadium is just under 18,000 with two main standing stands and two seated stands ... The east stand and the two most easterly blocks of the north stand will be allocated to the away supporters, the north and south stands are all seated and the west ... The capacity is broken down as follows The North stand has 4,718 seats, none standing and 46 disabled seats ...
Oakwell - West Stand
... The West Stand is the only original part of Oakwell Stadium left standing, however it was made 'all-seater' in 1995 ... The stand is made up of two tiers, only the upper tier is covered but at the expense of several supporting columns for the roof structure, the seats are the originals from the early 1900s, from here you ... restricted views and modest facilities, the West Stand remains a popular vantage point for many fans ...
Lansdowne Road - History
... The IRFU built the first covered stand in 1908, alongside the railway ... An uncovered stand was built over the Lansdowne club pavilion at the northwest corner of the ground ... In 1927, the old East Stand was built and a terrace created under it ...

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