Different Features Of Bournemouth Vitality Stadium

People in Europe and America are well-known for their passion for football games which have become part of their culture already. The presence of a stadium in a country contributes to its prestige and fame because of the many worldwide events and sports being hosted every year and season. It is also a contributing factor for the increase in tourism that can be equated to an increase in revenue of the facility owners.

There are many stadiums in the world today, and one of them is the vitality stadium that is the home ground of Bournemouth Football Club. It is in Dean Court, Bournemouth with a pitch size of 115 x 71 yards, a grass pitch type and a seating capacity of 11,360 that are all seated. The vitality stadium was opened in 1910 with an undersoil heating facility.

The MacDougall Stand is an additional feature that has greatly improved the vitality stadium. Although the stand is a temporary structure in nature which got its name from a past center forward player, it fills the open end of the field making a four-sided ground. The stand was erected in 2013 with an impressive appearance and a decent seating capacity of 2,400 all seated. The two supporting pillars in front of the structure is the negative aspect of the structure, though.

The remaining parts of the stadium were exactly built in 2001 for only a few months. The three stands are of similar design as well as height having a smart look, and the main stand has executive boxes row at the rear portion. Each executive box is an enclosed single-tiered tent with excellent views of the games and has windshields on every side. The windshields of every side of the stand have huge photos of players that brighten up the looks. The Perspex panels of the roofs allow more light into the pitch. A small video is also installed underneath the Main Stand roof for the convenience of the spectators.

During the building of the new stadium, they designed to rotate the pitch 90 degrees from the old position. Dean Court was the original name of the stadium and eventually renamed in 2015 as the Vitality Stadium.

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