Forest Green Rovers given go-ahead for 'greenest football stadium in the world'

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The new stadium is to be made almost entirely from timber | Credit: Zaha Hadid Architects
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The new stadium is to be made almost entirely from timber | Credit: Zaha Hadid Architects

The world's first vegan football club could be playing in new all-wooden home ground within three years, claims chairman Dale Vince

Forest Green Rovers FC is eyeing a new carbon neutral home ground in Gloucestershire after winning planning permission for what it claims would be "the greenest football stadium in the world". Designed...

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