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Last Updated: Monday, 23 February, 2004, 13:32 GMT
Arsenal's new stadium in pictures
An artist's impression of the exterior of Ashburton Grove - pictures courtesy of Miller Hare
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With 357m of funding secure, the stadium should be ready for the 2006-07 season - pictures courtesy of Miller Hare
Pictures courtesy of Miller Hare
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Arsenal hope the stadium's 60,000-capacity will help the club match the financial muscle of rivals Manchester United
Pictures courtesy of Miller Hare
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The complex will be built by Sir Robert McAlpine for a fixed fee of 220m
Pictures courtesy of Miller Hare
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There will be 150 executive boxes in the new stadium but the club also hope to offer fans some reduced price tickets
Pictures courtesy of Miller Hare
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The new stadium is designed by HOK Sport, the architects behind Stadium Australia in Sydney and the new Wembley
Pictures courtesy of Miller Hare
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The project will be funded by a 260m loan, club funds, sponsorship and the sale of land nearby
Pictures courtesy of Miller Hare
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The Gunners believe that the project will create more than 1,900 jobs and 2,300 homes
Pictures courtesy of Miller Hare
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Construction work at Ashburton Grove, situated a short distance from Highbury, is expected to begin soon
Picture courtesy of Getty Images
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Arsenal's current home will eventually be converted into residential flats, with the pitch serving as a communal garden

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