Home of Blackpool FC

Opened 1899

Capacity 17,338

BLACKPOOL WEATHER

Rating: 4.1

(1323) Google Reviews

Home of the Mighty Seasiders
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a year ago
Great place. Good facilities. Wheelchair friendly. Prices for food and drinks are obscene so take your own. No cans but bottles of drinks are ok.
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2 months ago
I've been going to Bloomfield Rd football ground for over 50 years we have got rid of the trash that owned this club and we are now a proper club again. Fantastic history great things to come hopefully ⚽⚽⚽
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2 months ago
Atmosphere was electric, but no bar and portaloos is a joke. Missed revenue for the club. Need to do much better going forward.
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2 months ago
My son loves going football. All staff are very nice and helpful
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a month ago

History (from Wikipedia)

Bloomfield Road is a single-tier football stadium in Blackpool, Lancashire, England, which has been the home of Blackpool F.C. since 1901. It is the third stadium in the club's existence, the previous two being Raikes Hall Gardens and the Athletic Grounds.

Largely unchanged since the 1960s, the stadium began a redevelopment phase in the early 2000s. A temporary East Stand was erected before the start of the 2010–11 season, the club's debut in the 
Premier League. It is still in place today. The three permanent stands are named the Stan Mortensen North Stand (denoted by the acronym "B.F.C." spelled out in white seats, the Jimmy Armfield South Stand (with the former player's last name spelled out in white seats) and the Sir Stanley Matthews West Stand (with one of the club's nicknames, "SEASIDERS", spelled out in white seats).

The record attendance at Bloomfield Road is 38,098, when Blackpool played 
Wolverhampton Wanderers on 17 September 1955.[5]

The stadium hosted three matches of the 
2005 UEFA Women's Championship. It has also been the venue for the final of the Northern Rail Cup, a rugby league tournament.

Transport[edit]

Blackpool South railway station is roughly half a mile from Bloomfield Road, although this station is only served by local services. Blackpool North, which is served by services from York and Leeds (via Burnley), Liverpool and Manchester, is over two miles away. The number 11 bus runs from the bus station opposite Blackpool North towards Lytham St Annes. Fans can alight at the Bridge House pub and walk to the ground.[83]

Things to do in Blackpool.

The Blackpool Tower.

52 Reviews
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Fantastic views and great customer service all round. Had never been to the tower before and loved all of the history. The ballroom is absolutely... Read More

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I came here for a show in the blackpool tower ballroom, rather than to just ogle the eiffel tower model, which is twee enough and a cool enough thing to see... Read More

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The Tower itself is obviously a must do for Blackpool, the staff were all lovely, the '4D Experience' is a great little film with unexpected bonus Kylie,... Read More

Blackpool Pleasure Beach.

73 Reviews
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A day at this amusement park is not bad at all. This is long overdue for me. Cheaper than Alton Towers, but apparently you have to pay just to enter these... Read More

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Had an amazing day here, would defo love to come back, think that everyone can enjoy themselves coming here. Rides are a lot fun and the queues are never... Read More