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 By PA Sport

Bournemouth will not expand 11,700-seater stadium for Premier League

The Championship club can currently house 11,700 fans for home games.

Bournemouth will not be increasing the capacity of their Goldsands Stadium in time for their first season in the Premier League.

The stadium can seat only 11,700, and it was widely expected work would begin to meet the need for rising ticket demand soon after the south-coast club had sealed their first-ever promotion to the top flight.

But other obligatory improvements to the stadium's infrastructure must be completed to meet with Premier League criteria, and the club claim it will not be possible...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Arsenal keen on Bournemouth's Callum Wilson - sources

Anthony and Ian Fiveankles receive visits from Sandra Bullock, Thierry Henry and Paul Scholes to help them preview this weekend's fixture between Manchester United and Arsenal, but can they overcome their own boredom to properly report on the match?
Callum Wilson scored 23 goals for Bournemouth this season as they secured promotion to the Premier League.

Arsenal have joined the list of clubs keeping tabs on in-demand Bournemouth striker Callum Wilson, sources have told ESPN FC.

Wilson has attracted interest from a number of clubs after firing Bournemouth to the Championship title and promotion to the Premier League with 23 goals this season.

The 23-year-old, who joined Bournemouth from Coventry last summer, has been watched regularly this season by scouts from a host of Premier League clubs.

The likes of Tottenham, West Ham, Southampton, Aston...

 By Kevin Palmer

Bournemouth's Harry Arter proud to be a part of stunning promotion to Prem

Bournemouth manager Eddie Howe says it's not a fluke his side have been promoted to the Premier League, and that they worked hard to get into this position.

When Harry Arter agreed to join AFC Bournemouth in the summer of 2010, his dream of becoming a Premier League player could not have been more distant.

At the age of 20, the former Charlton Athletic trainee was happy to be getting a second chance in the professional ranks after a season playing for non-league club Woking. His eagerness to shine in the third tier of the English ladder was the only target on his horizon as he signed on the dotted line at Dean Court.

Now one of the leading lights of...

Norwich, Middlesbrough, Brentford, Ipswich aiming for Prem promotion

ESPN FC's Shaka Hislop says manager Eddie Howe is the biggest reason Bournemouth will be playing in the Premier League next season.

The four-team English League Championship playoffs begin Friday to determine which team will earn promotion to next season's Premier League alongside Bournemouth and Watford, and the approximately $200 million prize that comes with it. Let's take a look at the two teams that will be playing in England's top-flight league next season, and the four teams vying to join them.

Bournemouth was crowned champions of the Championship on the final day of the season, finishing with 90 points. This marks Bournemouth's...

 By PA Sport

Ian Harte and six others allowed to leave newly promoted Bournemouth

Bournemouth players celebrate after clinching their team's promotion to the Premier League.

Premier-league bound Bournemouth have allowed seven players to leave the club including left-back Ian Harte.

The experienced former Republic of Ireland defender, the only squad regular of the seven this season, joins Josh McQuoid, Benji Buchel, Joe Partington, Mohamed Coulibaly and Miles Addison in departing after their contracts expired.

Goalkeeper Darryl Flahavan meanwhile has opted to end his stay at the Goldsands Stadium and will leave in search of first-team football.

"It's always difficult...