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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Sport
all-seaterˌall-ˈseater adjective  British EnglishDS an all-seater football ground, stadium etc is one where everyone has a seat
Examples from the Corpus
all-seaterThe old San Siro stadium, now formally called Giuseppe Meazza, became an all-seater arena holding 85,000 people.Too often taken for granted, the campaign against all-seater stadia is gathering pace and is uniting fans around the country.As if to celebrate the move into their brand-new all-seater stadium, St Johnstone have advanced to the leadership of the division.And even that will disappear once all-seater stadiums have further numbed the supporters' creative outlets.But on the other hand, he gave fans exactly what they didn't want a plan for all-seater stands.
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