Keepmoat Stadium (Lakeside Spors Complex)
|Clubs||Doncaster Rovers FC|
|Inauguration||17.12.2006 (Rovers - Huddersfield Town, 3-0)|
|Address||Keepmoat Stadium, Stadium Way, Lakeside, Doncaster, DN4 5JW|
Description: Keepmoat Stadium
New stadium in Doncaster was subject to wide consultations before construction began and though it doesn’t stand out visually from grounds of similar size, these consultations apparently paid off. 4 years after opening the venue received Stadium Business Award 2010 for best matchday experience.
Four simle, single-tiered stands enclose the pitch, giving a capacity of 15,231 seats, almost 50% more than the previous football ground in town, Belle Vue. Since 2007 the stadium worth Ł32 mln (public spending) is used by three clubs: the Doncaster Rovers, rugby side Doncaster RFLC and female team Belles LFC. From time to time it changes into concert venue for music stars on national tours.
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The ground was a debt-producing machine under municipal management. Will the football side change things round? Rovers are hoping to make the most of it while the city is glad to get one problem of their back, BBC informs.
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Doncaster: Rovers to take over Keepmoat Stadium
After almost 6 years in operation the ground still generates losses that cannot be balanced by income streams. Thus new management model is planned with Doncaster Rovers playing key role and taking over the ground – “The Star” reveals.