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A terrace or terracing in sporting terms refers to the standing area of a sports stadium, particularly in the United Kingdom and Republic of Ireland. Wikipedia

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    • For instance, the construction of masonry stands was not part of the initial plan as, originally, stands consisted of grassed terraces.Stadio Olimpico-Wikipedia
    • The main stand was situated alongside Abington Avenue and was a covered stand with seating to the rear and terracing to the front.Northampton Town F.C.-Wikipedia
    • In the summer of 1973, more goal seats, which meant the elimination of fourteen rows of standing terraces, were added to provide comfort.Valencia CF-Wikipedia
    • The club turned professional in 1936, and work began on the first bank of terracing at the north end of the pitch.Ipswich Town F.C.-Wikipedia
    • The ground was gradually developed, so by the resumption of football after World War Two it had four fully-covered, terraced stands.Barrow A.F.C.-Wikipedia
    • For Bundesliga fixtures the maximum capacity is 51,500 as on the East Stand next to the visitor's terrace some spaces are held free for security purposes.Eintracht Frankfurt-Wikipedia

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