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Please avoid adding claims about default values that are not officially confirmed by the HT-Team (like crowd distribution).

Can someone change the numbers to the EUR / USD figures. I don't know them...


Anyone know Maintenance costs for the diffent types? E.g how much does terraces cost each week in maintenance?

This is listed in the first table of Ch. 8 (The Arena). Rules#The_Arena. Zigkill 16:24, 22 June 2006 (UTC)

Put in Theories Headline, to seperate opinion from fact. (OgtheDim)


I like the weeks to amortize feature, but it should take upkeep into account. --Mr Wednesday 00:26, 13 August 2006 (UTC)

According to my quick calculations the upkeep costs are taken into account. The 2 off-season weeks on the other hand were not. I included those into the estimated times. --Jhattara 09:02, 13 August 2006 (UTC)

IMHO the amortize estimation should only take into account 7 home matches per season as a major part of teams don't play more than 7 home matches each season. --Jhattara 07:53, 14 August 2006 (UTC)

How about having a column for with and without hosting a qualifier? Approx. 25% of teams each season will host a qualifier. --Mr Wednesday 17:39, 14 August 2006 (UTC)

Stadium expansion theory[edit]

The material in this section is terrific. However, it would be improved further if there were some discussion of the impact of weather. Has anyone studied seat allocation in different weather systematically? I'm fairly certain that rain skews the distribution away from terraces toward roofed and enclosed seating areas. --Mr Wednesday 19:43, 4 June 2009 (UTC)

>> The impact of the weather is described in the link of the article. But since, you can't change your arena every time the weather changes, the stadium should be build with the found ratio, that will maximize your income on long-term basis with standard weather distribution. You are right, though, that the weather impact could be mentioned as a service to the curious user. I will add it at some time.. --Mrbrown79 , 10 June 2009 (UTC)