1. Salford City FC is a professional football club based in Salford, Greater Manchester. The club was founded in 1940 and are known as The Ammies.

2. The club's ownership group includes former Manchester United players Gary Neville, Phil Neville, Ryan Giggs, Paul Scholes, and Nicky Butt. The ownership group took over the club in 2014 and has invested heavily in the team and infrastructure.

3. Salford City FC's home ground is The Peninsula Stadium, which has a capacity of 5,108 spectators. The stadium was opened in 1978 and has undergone significant renovations since the club's takeover.

4. The club has enjoyed a rapid rise through the English football league system in recent years. They won promotion to League Two from the National League in the 2019 by beating AFC Fylde in the play-off final.

5. Salford City FC has gained attention for its involvement in the popular documentary series "Class of '92: Full Time," which followed the club's fortunes under the ownership of the former Manchester United players.

Home of Salford City FC

Opened 1978

Capacity 5,108

Rating: 4.1

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Went to see Salford F.C. The 22-23 season against Leyton orient at the peninsula stadium. Great game, good food and if not the best atmosphere I have ever experienced. The line for beer is very long at halftime. The nearest bar/pub is 15-20 minutes away walking (Friendship inn)
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5 months ago
Loved my first salford match 👌🏻 born and bread in salford 💪🏻✊🏻 looking forward to more games
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2 weeks ago
Visited with Leeds United. Food excellent, only lager (not beer) available. Reasonable prices. No designated seating so stood where we could find a space. Good view whenever you are stood. I thought the stewarding was very good, no fuss. First class programme available. Toilets were basic but fine. Handled the big match well, I thought. I came on a coach which parked just outside the away turnstiles, which was excellent. Very easy to find from the motorway.
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5 months ago
Love every visit. Ashleigh, Andy, and the team are welcoming and very hospitable. Lovely stadium
Had a great day took my dad for the first time. Very friendly atmousphere great bar and fan zones on site lots for kids to do also which was a surprise I might bring my little along next time. Top.marks
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History (from Wikipedia)

Moor Lane, currently known as the Peninsula Stadium for sponsorship purposes, is a football stadium in Kersal, Salford, Greater Manchester, England.

Salford City moved to Moor Lane in 1978,[4] 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.
[5] Planning permission was subsequently given on 15 December 2016.[5]

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.[6]

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.[3]

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 EcclesSwintonPendlebury and Prestwich. It is served by route 92 during the evening.

Things to do in Salford.

The DOCKyard.

36 Reviews
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Imperial War Museum North.

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A very interesting place to see part of history related to war. It is also very interesting how it designed the interior. A lot of artifacts and small... Read More

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The IWM North is a one of my fail safe options of things to do with new visitors to Manchester or just for a cultural day out. The architecture of the... Read More

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A few times I have been here and it's always been the same, but I suppose that's history for you haha. There is a good selection of things to see here all... Read More