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Riverside Stadium (Middlesbrough FC stadium)

 
 

Information

Name: The Riverside Stadium
Club:
Middlesbrough FC
Inauguration: 26 August 1995
Capacity: 35,100 seats
Record Attendance: 34,795, Middlesbrough-Sunderland; 2000
Address: Middlesbrough, TS3 6RS
 

Stadium Pictures

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History and Pitch

The Riverside Stadium has been the designated home stadium of Middlesbrough F.C. since the beginning of the English Division One season 1994-95. Its current capacity is 35049 and its area is 115 x 74 square yards.
 

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