Some articles on clubs:
... Numerous student-run clubs are recognized and funded by the student government ... Many of the clubs are athletically focused, representing sports including Crew, Lacrosse, Running, Skiing, Volleyball, and Ultimate Frisbee ... Clubs associated with academics and majors represent Psychology, Sociology, Criminology, and Pre-Pharmacy ...
... is reciprocated in a 2008 survey, 95% of supporters of both clubs named the other as their bitterest rivals ... The clubs, based 25 miles (40 km) apart, with Middlesbrough directly between the two towns, had met 147 times (as of 2009–10), of which Hartlepool won 60 to Darlington's 57 ... The meeting between the two clubs in 2007 attracted a crowd of 10,121 to the Darlington Arena, the largest attendance for that League fixture for 50 years ...
... Effective as of the 2012–13 season, Euroleague clubs with an "A License" must host their home matches in arenas that have a seating capacity of at least 10,000 people ... the arena seating requirement to 10,000 within four years time in order to force clubs to move into and/or build bigger arenas ... Non "A License" Euroleague clubs must play in arenas that seat at least 5,000 people ...
Famous quotes containing the word clubs:
“It is always a practical difficulty with clubs to regulate the laws of election so as to exclude peremptorily every social nuisance. Nobody wishes bad manners. We must have loyalty and character.”
—Ralph Waldo Emerson (18031882)
“As night returns bringing doubts
That swarm around the sleepers head
But are fended off with clubs and knives ...”
—John Ashbery (b. 1927)
“The true reformer does not want time, nor money, nor coöperation, nor advice. What is time but the stuff delay is made of? And depend upon it, our virtue will not live on the interest of our money. He expects no income, but outgoes; so soon as we begin to count the cost, the cost begins. And as for advice, the information floating in the atmosphere of society is as evanescent and unserviceable to him as gossamer for clubs of Hercules.”
—Henry David Thoreau (18171862)