Nice small ground with very good view to the pitch. As it is so small you can feel the intensity of the game. Lower division, but therefore nicer! Plus the chance to meet some Man. Utd heroes from the 90's!
A very nice stadium. You're really close to action no matter where you are. Parking was fine, just get there early to ensure you can get none permit street parking outside the ground. The on site bar was fairly priced and the food stores were very nice and cheap.
Highly recommend! even as a neutral was made to feel welcome 🙂
A small club surrounded by giants trying it's best. Can't fault the effort to make football affordable for everyone although I think they are fighting a very tough battle getting people through the turnstiles. The lure of the big clubs locally hangs over them but true lower league supporters should acknowledge they are putting on a fight. More power to them from a Northampton Town supporter.
Salford City moved to Moor Lane in 1978, but the stadium had been a venue for other sports for many years prior to that date.
In October 2016, it was announced that the stadium would undergo renovation, which would see its capacity rise from 1,600 to 5,108, including 2,246 seats. Planning permission was subsequently given on 15 December 2016. On 19 October 2017, the newly-renovated stadium was reopened by Sir Alex Ferguson, and it was revealed that the club had agreed to a partnership with Peninsula Business Services as sponsors, with the ground to be renamed Peninsula Stadium. The record attendance at the ground is 4,518 on 13 August 2019, for a 3–0 loss to Leeds United in the EFL Cup first round. The stadium is served by bus route 93 between Bury and Manchester, route 94 between Pilsworth and NMGH, route 95 between Bury and Salford Shopping Centre and nearby route 484 serving Eccles, Swinton, Pendlebury and Prestwich. It is served by route 92 during the evening.