|30+30 (Disabled seats)|
|Cost||£ 13.5 million (2010-2012)|
|Address||Walsall Road, Perry Barr, B42 2LR Birmingham|
Description: Alexander Stadium
One of Britain's most well known athletic stadium sits within the picturesque Perry Park in Birmingham. Although it did host football on a number of occasions, usually it served as a training venue, once also hosting an American football fixture. On a daily basis the hosts are Birchfield Harriers, one of England's most historic athletic clubs.
The stadium was initially built with a modest main grandstand in the west in 1976. That stand was later joined by two semi-curves in the south and north, altogether reaching a covered seated capacity of roughly 7,000.
The latest addition came in 2012, when a brand new east stand was opened. With clean and simple design, this part of the stadium holds 5,000 on two tiers, also offering over 3,000 m2 of floor space, including a gym and offices.
Birmingham: Search begins for design+build contractor
The design and build contract is expected to be worth around £63m and will involve revamping Birmingham’s 40-year-old Alexander Stadium in Perry Park.
Birmingham: Designer and contractor selected for Commonwealth Games venue
With venues confirmed, we also know the contractor and designer behind Alexander Stadium's revamp, which will bring its capacity to 40,000 for the duration of 2022 Commonwealth Games.
Birmingham: Business case for Alexander Stadium still to come
While the track and field stadium is a burden for taxpayers at present, the business model for its use after the Commonwealth Games is still to come. There's still no guarantee that it will be self-sustainable.
England: Birmingham defeats Liverpool for Commonwealth Games
The West Midlands city will be the official candidate of England to host 2022 Commonwealth Games, should a bid be filed. Liverpool's campaign failed. What does that mean for Everton's new stadium, which was at its heart?
Stadium & Design: Birmingham's 2022 Commonwealth Games bid
It's the first city to release images of their planned main venue. If Birmingham are awarded the Commonwealth Games, here's where the events would be held.