|2000 (Away section)|
|Other names||JD Stadium (2013-2015)|
|Inauguration||12.09.1885 (Bury FC - Wigan Athletic, 4-3)|
|Record attendance||34 386 (Bury – Blackpool 1|
England: Football matches are set to return to Gigg Lane
Gigg Lane is the former home venue of Bury FC. The arena has not hosted games since the club was expelled from the English Football League in 2019. But there is good news for football fans in Bury as league games will return to the distinguished stadium from next season.
England: Bury FC’s historical stadium for sale
One of the world’s oldest operating football stadiums is up for grabs. The administrator of Bury FC has put it up for sale. Fans and local authorities are hoping it would not be taken over and demolished.
COVID-19 crisis: English supporters to return in October?
The government is preparing to reopen sports stadiums across the UK. While first trial events will take place in just 2 weeks, all stadiums could be open again only from October onwards.
England: 341 games in five “regional hubs”?
In case not all stadiums are available to host games of Championship, League One and League Two, the EFL is considering using stadium clusters to hold the 341 remaining league games of 2019/20.
England: Bury FC announce new stadium within 3 years
With planned capacity of 15,000 to 20,000 people, new Bury FC stadium will be built away from their historical home at Gigg Lane.
10+ Ranking 2015: Attendances in Europe (Part 2. The Clubs)
Borussia, Barca and Man United – lovely dominant trio. But it wasn’t them who gained most fans last season. Check all 217 clubs that draw an average crowd of 10,000+!
England: Ticket prices breaking new records
And not the kind of records supporters would wish to see. First time ever average price for the cheapest seats in top four leagues (!) exceeded £20. That means ticket prices in England are rising at 4 times the speed of inflation – BBC Sport alarms.
England: Visiting 116 stadiums on a bike, scoot or on feet
He’s neither an away-going supporter, nor a groundhopper. It’s also not a sports discipline, what he’s doing. Steven simply decided to visit 116 venues in England and Wales using his bike, scoot and feet. This is how Football Ground Tour was born.