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‘Exciting’, ‘Tourist club in the making’ – Plenty of Millwall fans react to stadium redevelopment update

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Millwall have released their plans to redevelop the Den in the coming years.

The club confirmed that on Monday the 10th of February, the Millwall chairman, chief executive, and senior director met with Lewisham mayor Damien Egan and had a positive discussion about the plans to extend the stadium.

The Lions have stated that their ambition is for the club to have a stadium that has facilities ready for the Premier League. Despite, the Den’s place in the club’s history, this could be a move that could benefit the long-term financial stability of the club.

In the statement, the Lions also confirmed that they’ll ensure that as much of the Den will be retained as possible in order to reduce construction and demolition waste.

Millwall are hoping to have a maximum capacity of 34,000 which, in would see them have the third biggest stadium in current Championship–after Elland Road and Hillsborough.

Here’s how the Lions supporters reacted to the news of plans to redevelop the Den…

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Article title: ‘Exciting’, ‘Tourist club in the making’ – Plenty of Millwall fans react to stadium redevelopment update

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