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    I was inspired to getting into stadium building through seeing various other YouTubers builds such as TheHolder, PreFXDesigns, and have gone about developing my own style of building. I dedicate my time on each stadium into getting the highest level of detail and realism that I can and try to replicate a stadium in as close to a 1:1 scale as possible.

    I currently am working on the SkyBET EFL Championship 2018/19 Project which will eventually consist of the 24 home stadia for the teams competing this season. The University of Bolton Stadium, Deepdale, Ashton Gate, Madejski Stadium, Bramall Lane, Pride Park and the Riverside Stadium (home to Bolton Wanderers, Preston North End, Bristol City, Reading, Sheffield United, Derby County and Middlesbrough) have been completed with three more underway.

    The three underway are as follows:
    - Bet365 Stadium (Stoke City)
    - Liberty Stadium (Swansea City)
    - Ewood Park (Blackburn Rovers)

    It is possible that once I have completed the DW Stadium (home to Wigan Athletic) that I will look at doing a project which will consist of the home stadia for teams based in my home county of Greater Manchester as far down as Level 8 in the English football pyramid, including the two Manchester clubs (Manchester City and Manchester United).

    I have received rave reviews for the work I have done thus far and have been asked to collaborate with other YouTubers as and when it is possible for me to do so.

    I hope you enjoy viewing my projects and I'm open to any questions any of you may have


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    • TheArchitect1995
      August 18, 2019, 10:14 am to Public
      Hi everyone, I'm relatively happy with the response I had to my Pride Park video but I want to say that I'm sorry I haven't posted in a while, I've been away visiting family and sorting things out with regards to University. I hope to resume the project over the next few days or so

      - Matthew
    • TheArchitect1995
      July 29, 2019, 12:19 pm to Public
      I've now reached Level 23, the same as my age haha
    • TheArchitect1995
      July 17, 2019, 8:06 am to Public
      My latest project update video covering Pride Park, Riverside Stadium, Bet365 Stadium and Liberty Stadium is now live on my YouTube channel

      - Matthew
    • TheArchitect1995
      July 1, 2019, 9:31 am to Public
      Sorry for the delay with my projects, I'm finishing college this week and have two assignments to get in by Thursday so I should be able to put some more updates up after that.

    • TheArchitect1995
      May 31, 2019, 10:25 am to Public
      With Bramall Lane now finished, and work continuing on Pride Park, I will be posting the beginnings of my next four Stadiums as part of my Championship Project over the coming weeks so stay tuned.

    • TheArchitect1995
      May 28, 2019, 12:24 pm to Public
      Just a quick update regarding my Bramall Lane project. The stadium is due to be finished either later on tonight, or sometime tomorrow. Therefore I'll be aiming to get the video for it uploaded to my YouTube channel sometime on Thursday.


    • TheArchitect1995
      May 13, 2019, 11:14 am to Public
      Sad to see that Bolton Wanderers have become the first EFL club in 6 years to enter administration (meaning they'll start next season in League One on -12 points), but I'm glad Ken Anderson is no longer calling the shots
      Kaatmandu said 2019-05-14 16:53:14
      They've got to let you field a team next year somehow. I can't imagine anyone benfits from a two year outright ban, though. Certainly wasn't good for SMU in college football a while back, though that was after numerous probations and was due to actually paying their players. The player strike must have had massive fan support, right? Or is there a split there as well? With as much as coaches get turned over in modern football it's hard to imagine keeping your job after such an event. I can't imagine fielding the same 10 players every match would turn out very well either.

      I laughed a bit when the Giants picked Jones over Haskins. I could be wrong, but it seems to me a massive miss. The Giants ownership seems a bit off to me as well. The only other Giants fan I know is not a big fan. If you follow hockey, I root for the Detroit Red Wings, and the head coach has been there entirely too long in my view. We just got a hometown hero back in the front office though, Steve Yzerman returned from being the GM of the Tampa Bay Lighning to take the same job for a weaker club (the one he played for). We've misseed the playoffs for three years while Tampa is a perennial threat for the cup. His family still lived in Detroit so it was a bit of a foregone conclusion that he would return. I hope the effects of new mangagement are felt in the draft room, where we've gone a bit cold. Any club heroes looking for a job at Bolton?

      As far as a promotion/relegation in the NFL goes, I think it's impossible with the modern NCAA, but if there is legal progress and universities have to pay their athletes it could be a possibility. I'm still not sold on it, but I'd only be in favor of a play-off, like a bowl game between the best college program and the worst NFL team. I would like to see Alabama and Clemson out of the leauge as well. Enough with that national championship repeat.
      TheArchitect1995 said 2019-05-14 04:15:42
      Well the administrators are in charge of affairs and apparently there's a three week period where bidders can bid and the administrators will then decide who they see as the best choice to take the club forward, I know currently of two possible groups, one of whom have been on the scene for a while, and the other had a tour of the stadium and training facilities last Thursday. I follow the NFL myself (namely the New York Giants), I'm not entirely sure how a promotion/relegation system would work in the NFL though but I see your point about the mismanagement. 12 points is the standard for a club going into admin, but given that a player strike led to the non-fulfillment of the home fixture against Brentford, then there is likely to be further punishments dished out (likely a further points deduction). A lot of Bolton fans (including myself) have been wanting rid of the manager since the end of last season (not the one that's just ended), and we see it as a missed opportunity when he wasn't sacked last October as things could have turned out differently. He doesn't want to leave which is the problem, so it's likely he will be sacked once new owners come in. We're currently facing starting next season with only 6 contracted players (EFL regulations state that teams must have at least 10 players), along with a possible two-year transfer embargo
      Kaatmandu said 2019-05-13 18:56:09
      Under new management ehh? It's amazing what Fenway Sports Group has done for Liverpool, but some of the other teams I follow, namely the Detroit Lions, have suffered from mismanagement for a long time. The Ford Family in Detroit has owned the team forever and surely wouldn't if there were some sort of relegation system in place in American Football. 12 points is going to make getting back up pretty hard though, are you sticking with your manager or is he out as well? Is there a transfer ban on top of it?
    • TheArchitect1995
      April 23, 2019, 12:06 pm to Public
      Quick update to say that my next stadium update covering Bramall Lane and Pride Park will be uploaded tomorrow. The next four stadia comprising "Block Two" of the SkyBET Championship 2018/19 Project will also be revealed at the end of this video

      - Matthew
    • TheArchitect1995
      March 18, 2019, 2:38 pm to Public
      A quick update to say that I'm planning to hopefully get my next stadium update uploaded by the middle of next month. Following the completion of the next two stadia (Bramall Lane and Pride Park), I'm also hoping to release a promotional video detailing "Block Two" which will contain the next four stadia within the SkyBET Championship 2018/19 Project

      - Matthew
    • TheArchitect1995
      March 5, 2019, 7:00 am to Public
      Just a quick update to say that the Madejski Stadium was finished in the early hours of this morning. I'll be working on the video tonight with an upload possible either tomorrow or Thursday

      - Matthew
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