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Reebok Stadium (Bolton Wanderers FC stadium)

 
 

Information

Name: Reebok Stadium
Club:
Bolton Wanderers FC
Inauguration: 1 September 1997
First match: Bolton-Everton
Capacity: 28,000 seats
Pitch dimensions: 105*68
Address: Burnden Way, Bolton, Lancashire, BL6 6JW
 

Stadium Pictures

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History

The Reebok Stadium is the home stadium of Bolton Wanderers F.C., and is located on the Middlebrook retail park in Horwich, near Bolton.

It is a modern, all seater stadium with a capacity of 28,000 which was completed in 1997, replacing the club's old ground, Burnden Park. Despite the improved facilities and larger capacity (and resultant larger ticket revenues), this move was unpopular with many of the club's fans. This was partly due to the new stadium being built out of town, and partly due to sentimental attachment to the old stadium and its history. In recognition of this, the street on which the stadium is situated is called Burnden Way.

The Reebok Stadium is named for long-time club sponsor, Reebok. Again, this was unpopular with many fans, as it was considered impersonal, and that too much emphasis was being placed on financial considerations. This opposition has considerably lessened since the stadium was built, however, as people grew accustomed to the name.

In addition to hosting football games, the stadium also offers other services, such as hosting of catered functions.
 

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