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Paks to top up state funding for HUF 1.4 bln stadium expansion

Parliament

The local government of Paks, southwestern Hungary, has decided to top up HUF 800 mln in state funding with HUF 600 mln from city coffers to expand the local football clubʼs stadium, mayor János Suli said, according to Hungarian news agency MTI.

 The expansion could start in 2016, increasing the number of seats at the stadium to 3,000-3,500, Suli said.

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