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Crown Oil Arena: All you need to know - Tickets, Direction, Weather (2022)

However, over the years it grew into a formidable all-seater stadium with a capacity of just over 42,000. The Crown Oil Arena, previously known as Spotland Stadium, was built in 1920. For most of its history, Spotland Stadium was a rather modest ground consisting of one covered main stand and open terraces on the other sides. However, over the years it has grown into a formidable all-seater stadium with a capacity of just over 42,000 people.

Crown Oil Arena

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Nicole Sommer - Soccer expert Last updated: Wednesday, 29.June 2022 — 3min read

History and description

The Crown Oil Arena, previously known as Spotland Stadium, is a large and impressive stadium that got built in 1920. For most of its history, Spotland Stadium was a rather modest ground consisting of one covered main stand and open terraces on the other sides. Today, the stadium is one of the most popular venues in the country and is frequently used for major events such as football matches and concerts. In 1992, Spotland Stadium underwent a major rebuild project that included the construction of three new stands on each side of the stadium and one end. The Sandy Lane terrace, which was located behind the goal, received extensive renovations.

In 2016, Crown Oil Arena got renamed Spotland Stadium following a 5-year naming rights sponsorship deal.

How to get to The Crown Oil Arena

The Crown Oil Arena is located in Rochdale in the north-west of the town and is just under a mile from its railway station. Rochdale Town Centre is the last stop before it is a 20-minute walk to the stadium. Alternatively, take bus 468 (get off at stop Spotland Stadium) or 467 (get off at Spotland Bridge). Buses often run every 20 minutes.

The tram ride from Manchester Victoria to Rochdale rail station lasts 47 minutes, but regular trains make the journey from Manchester Victoria to Rochdale rail station in 15 to 20 minutes. There are also direct trains from Leeds to Rochdale. The walk from Rochdale rail station to the stadium takes longer though, about 35 minutes, or take a tram to Rochdale Town Centre and reduce the walk.

Address: Sandy Lane, Rochdale OL11 5DR

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Rochdale Tickets

Tickets for Rochdale games can be bought online, at the ticket office at the stadium, or on the day of the match. For most games it is also possible to pay with cash through the turnstiles at the Pearl Street and Sandy Lane stands.

Tickets for the game cost £20.00 or £22.00 for a seat at one of the sides, or £17.00 for a seat in the Sandy Lane terrace behind the goal.

Useful websites

Visit Rochdale AFC's official website for information on the club and its fans. Find out about tourist attractions in the town, or find out more about Rochdale County Football Club itself. You can also find information on tickets and events here.

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Crown Oil Arena: All you need to know - Tickets, Direction, Weather (2022).

However, over the years it grew into a formidable all-seater stadium with a capacity of just over 42,000. The Crown Oil Arena, previously known as Spotland Stadium, was built in 1920. For most of its history, Spotland Stadium was a rather modest ground consisting of one covered main stand and open terraces on the other sides. However, over the years it has grown into a formidable all-seater stadium with a capacity of just over 42,000 people.

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