IT'S official...Rotherham United's new ground will be known as the New York Stadium.
Chairman Tony Stewart along with Howard Webb today formally announced the name of £20m landmark venue on the former Guest and Chrimes Foundry site, which used to be known as New York.
Said chairman Tony Stewart: "The new stadium name is strongly rooted in more than 150 years of Rotherham's proud history of industry and enterprise, linking the old and the new eras and, I believe, it befits such a fantastic new stadium right at the heart of Rotherham"
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