The new stadium of Bengaluru Football Club will not be able to play its home matches at the MCC stadium as it is not a stadium built to host a large crowd.
Bengaluru FC will be able play home matches on the Mcc Stadium.
The stadium has been under development for the last few years, with plans for it being built on the site of the old MCC Stadium and a proposed stadium for the BBL.
The stadium will be built on a land that was owned by MCC.
This has resulted in the MCCC’s decision to lease it to Bengaluru.
“The Banc of Bengal will continue to be the custodian of the stadium.
The Banc has already received an agreement to lease the MFC Stadium, but it is up to Bengalu to get it built, not to have the stadium built in such a way that it is a venue that is not designed to host large crowds,” said an official of Bengalu, the club’s parent company.
But that doesn’t mean that Bengaluru will be allowed to play home games on the stadium’s surface.
This is because the MBCC has no right to the land on which the MLC’s stadium is to be built.
MCC’s decision has been criticised by Bengaluru and its fans, who feel that the land is being used to build a stadium that is supposed to be for Bengalu’s fans and not Bengalu.”MCC should not be allowed the right to build the stadium in such an open and open manner as the Banc is not in a position to provide proper infrastructure for a club that is in dire financial condition,” said a fan.
The Bengaluru City Council, which manages the MMC’s land and the MCA, has been demanding that the BANC build the new stadium in a way which is appropriate for a football stadium, as the stadium will not accommodate a large number of fans.
“It is a question of responsibility to build stadiums for Bengalurys fans in a manner that is conducive to them and the environment.
We will now be talking to the MTC about a possible solution,” said the official.
Despite the protests, the Manc of the Banchi Park and the Kolkata Municipal Corporation (KMPC) have been pushing for the MVC to buy the land.
There is a lot of public anger in Bengaluru towards the MRC, and the BNC’s decision is seen as a way to placate those people.
In a recent press conference, the BMC president M K Srinivasan said that the stadium for Banc will be developed and a new stadium built at the existing MCC will be created in the area.
Srinivasans comments came after a public meeting held in front of the MNC’s office at Bengaluru where the BKC president and Banc chairman V K Raghavan said that he had no objection to the stadium being built at MCC and had assured the MKC that the project would be done in a transparent manner.
The new MCC’s stadium has the capacity of around 25,000, and will be the new home of Bengaluras new team.
The MCC has been looking at building the stadium on the land owned by Bengalu for some time, with a plan to build an indoor stadium, but that is yet to happen.
It has been learnt that the MCD has no land in the region for the new Banc’s stadium.
The BKC has also been planning to build another stadium for its players at the BPL’s Eden Gardens, which was supposed to host the league’s inaugural season in 2021.
That plan has not been finalised, though.
On Sunday, the city’s chief minister had announced that the city will build a new football stadium for league players, as Bengaluru was looking for a suitable venue for the league, but no such venue was found.
The CM said the city would take up the issue with the MCLC in the next few days.