Home of Scarborough Athletic FC

Opened 2017

Capacity 2,833

Rating: 4.4

(190) Google Reviews

I’ve been to a few games since moving to the area, ground actually has some character and a good atmosphere which for a new stadium is not easy to achieve. Stewards were helpful in resolving a query I had. Supporters are friendly and there’s a real family atmosphere. There is a bar in the main stand which everyone can access, there is also a little club shop selling hats, scarves and shirts etc.
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5 months ago
Great little ground. Good facilities although bar options were limited on draft. Toilets were clean. Supporters mixed no problem
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4 months ago
New build ground. Away end is however flat and uncovered with very limited facilities. Segregation when I attended but flows of supporters needed to mix / cross paths to get to their respective areas. Better organisation needed.
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6 months ago
I was staying near Scarborough and decided to take in Scarborough’s game with Buxton. The game wasn’t great 1-1. But really nice little ground, liked the fact you could walk all the way round and also enjoy your pint whilst in the stand which is not allowed in the football league. Looks a really nice set up Scarborough have got and hope they continue the rise up the leagues.
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3 years ago
Cayton juniors fc were invited for the day to watch the game and have their turn at being ball boys/girls. After the game the players came out for photos and signings with the kids. The kids loved it and all had a great day.
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6 years ago
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History (from Wikipedia)

Flamingo Land Stadium in Scarborough, North YorkshireEngland, is the home ground of Scarborough Athletic F.C.[1][2]

Construction of the stadium started in 2016 with the final opening coming in 2017. The name is taken from the main sponsor of the site, 
Flamingo Land, which is off the A169 road between Malton and Pickering.[3][4][5]

The first match to be played at the stadium was a friendly on 15 July 2017 versus a 
Sheffield United XI.[6][7]

The stadium originally had a capacity 2,070 people, with 250 seats, but since the building of a new stand in summer 2019, the capacity has increased to 2,833 with 586 seats.
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Things to do nearby.

Harbour Bar.

16 Reviews
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A Samuel Smith pub. Where they only sell the lovely brews of the wonderful brewer Sammy Smith. It might be a let down if you're looking for a pint of... Read More

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Good food my waffle was amazing both me and my partner had waffles and icecream apart they are good together they are godly Read More

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I have been here quite a few times, I enjoyed the ice cream. The flavors were just right so it was not too plain nor too strong Read More

Eat Me Cafe.

4 Reviews
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Wow! What a wonderful dining experience! Eclectic surroundings, delicious food, and right next door to the Stephen Joseph Theatre. The menu features... Read More

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Really nice place to eat! It's a hidden gem. We ordered the tofu noodles and sloppy joe burger which was amazing. 100% recommend Read More

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We came on a Thursday lunchtime and upon entering two things were immediately noticeable. Firstly it was very busy and we had the only available table left,... Read More