Nottingham Forest FC's new owners to consider stadium future | Leisure Opportunities
Job Search
see all jobs
Latest job opportunities
Kirklees Active Leisure
£23,354 - £24,917
Kirklees, United Kingdom
fit4less
Competitive
Glasgow, United Kingdom
star job
Successful UK-wide leisure business
Up to £40,000 (OTE £60,000) plus lots of great benefits
South West, United Kingdom
Finesse Corporate
£14 per hour
Camden & Watford, United Kingdom
Enable Leisure & Culture
£32,133. per annum, plus benefits
London, United Kingdom

Nottingham Forest FC's new owners to consider stadium future

Job opportunities
Premier Education Group
Up to £30,000 dependent on experience
location: Birmingham, United Kingdom
Swim Works
Competitive
location: Leamington Spa / Rugby, Warwickshire
De Montfort University
£16,341 - £18,777 pa
location: Leicester, United Kingdom
more jobs

Image: The current focus of the Al Hasawi family is a refurbishment of the club's existing City Ground

A new stadium or the redevelopment of Nottingham's existing City Ground could be on the cards for Nottingham Forest Football Club (NFFC) after the Al Hasawi family acquired the club.

The Kuwaiti businessmen bought the npower Championship club from the family of former owner Nigel Doughty and are aiming for the club to gain promotion to the Premier League.

According to the BBC, Abdulaziz Al-Hasawi revealed that the development of a new ground is a long term ambition but that the current focus would be on the City Ground.

Al Hasawi told the broadcaster: "[A new stadium] is something we are looking at and studying. Our main focus and concern is to renovate and refurbish the existing stadium."

NFFC had announced plans for a new stadium three years ago, with a £100m venue to form part of Nottingham's bid to be included as an English host city for the 2018 World Cup.

However, England was not selected by FIFA to host the tournament.

Click here for more from the Al-Hasawi family on their takeover of NFFC.

More details: www.nottinghamforest.co.uk

Image: Garth Newton

Sign up for FREE ezines & magazines
A new stadium or the redevelopment of Nottingham's existing City Ground could be on the cards for Nottingham Forest Football Club (NFFC) after the Al Hasawi family acquired the club.
SAR,Y
720384_239748.gif
employer of choice
John Treharne, CEO, The Gym Group
Would you like to work for a gym operator that allows you to develop and use your skills to the full whilst being well rewarded? The Gym is totally committed to allowing 'the manager to manage' and rewarding our key personnel for delivery.