Wasps have announced plans to build a new stadium in Kent as they look to commit their long-term future to the county. The club, who entered administration last year and were subsequently relegated from the Premiership, are working with Sevenoaks District Council to identify a suitable location for a new ground.
The move marks a new chapter in the club’s history, having previously played in London, High Wycombe and Coventry. Wasps CEO Stephen Vaughan said: “Building on the rich 156-year history of Wasps, this move signifies a new chapter in the club’s journey, reaffirming its commitment to professional rugby.”
While the new stadium is under construction, Wasps will explore temporary facilities in Kent. The club has also agreed an option to use Worcester Warriors’ Sixways ground for both training and playing purposes. It is unclear what level Wasps will return to competitive rugby at, but the club is determined to make a comeback.
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