Really nice stadium to be honest.
Easy to travel to in and out.
Friendly staff all over the place
Shame it will possibly be a league 2 ground for.22/23.
Definitely need find some fans though. Should be there through the bad times and the good!
Excellent ground. Great view, easy access and very efficient ticketing. Worth getting there early for a stroll around the lake which is packed with water birds and surrounded by maturing plants. The only downside is that it was a bit of a hike to find takeaway food as the stadium is well out of town.
The killers were amazing!!
The stadium didn't seem to cover basic needs such as water and wash facilities near toilets or hand sanitizer, only a few of the stalls had water but lines were absolutely massive, only managed to get 1 drink which took 30 mins of queuing lids were removed from bottles before being given too so couldn't keep a bottle of water handy.
First time visiting and found it a pleasant and easy experience. Plenty of free parking within a 15 min walk. Access to the stadium was easy and worked well. Food and drink was available both inside and outside, however drink prices were the most extortionate I had come across all year at any concert. All areas and toilets were tidy and clean.
Saw The Killers there last night.
Decent sized arena and staff were fairly organised. The huge queues were to be expected at such a big event.
Just annoyed they ran out of wristbands so we didn't manage to get one :/
The first game played by Doncaster Rovers in the new stadium was on 1 January 2007 against Huddersfield Town, whom they beat 3–0. The game also saw the first three red cards in the new stadium. Doncaster Rovers' centre forwardMark McCammon was the first player ever to score on the new pitch.
Since the EFL require all matches to be played on grass pitches, the stadium will be used for all of Harrogate Town's matches for the first month of the 2020–21 season whilst the club replace their synthetic pitch at Wetherby Road.