|Clubs||Southend United FC|
|Construction||1952 - 1955|
|Renovations||1964, 1966, 1992, 1994, 1995|
|Address||Victoria Avenue, Southend-on-Sea, Essex, SS2 6NQ|
England: Stadium in Southend awaiting approval
The need to build a new ground has been talked about in this coastal town for at least several years. The club's infrastructure plans are slowly moving forward. It looks like everything will be decided early next year.
England: Southend stadium remains on track despite likely relegation
Southend United is on the brink of dropping out of the EFL. Many fans of "The Shrimpers" fear how this situation will affect the fate of the stadium, which planning is a 15-year struggle.
England: Southend United stadium ready by spring 2024?
If the latest time table comes to fruition, Southend United supporters will see their long-desired new stadium ready after 18 long years since its first announcement.
COVID-19 crisis: English supporters to return in October?
The government is preparing to reopen sports stadiums across the UK. While first trial events will take place in just 2 weeks, all stadiums could be open again only from October onwards.
England: 341 games in five “regional hubs”?
In case not all stadiums are available to host games of Championship, League One and League Two, the EFL is considering using stadium clusters to hold the 341 remaining league games of 2019/20.
England: Good day in Southend
It's far from a happy end just yet, but Southend United have reached an agreement with the city council that might lead them to a new home. Finally, after 13 planning applications already...
England: Decision on Southend stadium in 2020
Six more months are needed to make the final decision on the future of Fossetts Farm Stadium. By March we should know what contribution the developers propose, which might possibly sway the decision in their favour.
Southend: Hotel and two apartment blocks in one grandstand!
Although reduced and somewhat modest, the new iteration of Southen United's stadium continues to amaze. Over 500 people could live above the north stand at any given time!
England: Southend United's plan again in jeopardy?
They're dreaming of Christmas 2018 at a brand new stadium. But that dream is dependent on what happens with Roots Hall, the current ground. And that issue is far from settled.
England: Southend United’s 13th (!) planning application
They’ve just filed the latest planning application for Fossetts Farms, the single most delayed stadium project in England. This time Southend United hope the dream will come true.
England: Southend’s updated dream getting re(sidenti)al
Southend United could finally live their dream of a new stadium, deadlocked for a decade. Change of fate is possible with the inclusion of 240 apartments into the plan!
England: New hope for Southend United fans?
Southend United’s chairman Ron Martin has revealed Blues’ new stadium will happen regardless of whether Roots Hall is sold or not. Change of fortune after 8 years?
England: Over a decade of Southend United’s waiting for nothing?
Few clubs in England are lucky enough to build their stadium fast. But few are also as unlucky as Southend United, whose fans have been waiting some 15 years and again have reasons to lose hope.
England: Southend new stadium on ‘knife edge’
Economy is different than in 2007, when the plan was announced. So the city councilors need to accept halved donation by Southend United and Sainsbury’s if the plan is to go ahead. Council to vote on April 10 – BBC informs.
England: Southend’s new stadium in 2014?
Fans have a right to doubt the news as they’ve been hearing it too many times already. Their new stadium was to be built already in 2010, but works haven’t started yet. So, why would this change now? Echo-News.co.uk has more.
England: Ticket prices breaking new records
And not the kind of records supporters would wish to see. First time ever average price for the cheapest seats in top four leagues (!) exceeded £20. That means ticket prices in England are rising at 4 times the speed of inflation – BBC Sport alarms.
England: Visiting 116 stadiums on a bike, scoot or on feet
He’s neither an away-going supporter, nor a groundhopper. It’s also not a sports discipline, what he’s doing. Steven simply decided to visit 116 venues in England and Wales using his bike, scoot and feet. This is how Football Ground Tour was born.