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Date: 3rd November 2019

More than 600 of the UK’s and Europe’s leading groundscare experts from both the professional and volunteer sector, as well as dignitaries from the governing bodies of sport and influential sports

Date: 3rd November 2019

The footballing achievements of England’s Lionesses and the men’s one day cricket team may have inspired another generation of players this year's summer and with sports participation - by all ages

Date: 24th October 2019

The IOG is urging the turf care sector – especially training providers, employers and apprentices – to take part in the consultation exercise announced by the Institute for Apprenticeships and Tech

Date: 24th October 2019

New statistics show that the pitch improvement strategy instigated by the Premier League, The Football Association, the Government’s Football Foundation, the England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) a

Date: 27th September 2019

 

As David Carpenter takes over as chair of the Institute of Groundsmanship (IOG), he says his three-year tenure in the post will be a case of evolution not revolution.

Date: 27th September 2019

During the two-day event, from 30-31 October at the NEC Birmingham, more than 500 brands will be on show in three large halls containing a plethora of exhibitors.

Date: 9th September 2019

The finalists have been announced for this year’s prestigious IOG Industry Awards which acknowledge the passion, dedication and challenges faced by grounds staff, volunteers and professionals acros

Date: 2nd September 2019

The IOG has appointed Luke Perry in the newly-created position of SALTEX & Events director, and he will be primarily responsible for the growth, development, management and delivery of the IOG’

Date: 27th August 2019

The Football Association's (FA) Groundsperson of the Year Awards is a nationwide competition for non-league football groundsman with 2018 representing the 17th time that these awards have taken pla

Date: 15th August 2019

The Premier League, The Football Association (FA) and the Government’s Football Foundation are ramping up efforts to improve the quality of grass pitches in England with the launch of the Football

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