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Riverside Stadium: All you need to know - Tickets, Direction, Weather (2022)

It was designed by the renowned architect Frederick Phipps, and it opened in 1923. The Riverside Stadium was constructed after the Taylor Report to be an example of modern English stadium design. It was designed by Frederick Phipps, who is known for his work on Buckingham Palace and New York's Central Park.

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Nicole Sommer - Soccer expert Last updated: Monday, 04.July 2022 — 3min read

History and description

The Riverside Stadium is a large modern English stadium that replaced the old Ayresome Park, which lacked the possibilities for expansion. The stadium has a capacity of 41,000 and it is the home ground of Middlesbrough Football Club.

In 1998, the stadium received a 5,000-seat expansion. Middlesbrough plans to wait until demand justifies a further 7,000-seat expansion.

In 2005, the club erected the old Ayresome Park gates in front of the Riverside Stadium to honor its past.

How to get to the Riverside Stadium

The Riverside Stadium is located near the town center, and the town's main rail station. The stadium is situated on the banks of the River Tees. It is just a 10-15 minute walk from Middlesbrough Rail station. The town centre lies directly south of the station and is thus also very close to the stadium.

Address: Riverside Stadium, Middlesbrough, TS3 6RS

Eat, drink, and sleep near the Riverside Stadium

The Riverside Stadium is located between the River Tees and a railway track. It is a rather industrial area with little around though the town center is only a short walk away. There are no hotels directly near the stadium, but the Jurys Inn and Holiday Inn Express in the town centre are both easy walking distance and get good reviews. Click here for an overview of hotels near the Riverside Stadium.

Middlesbrough Tickets

Tickets for Middlesbrough FC games can be bought online, by phone (+44) 0844 499 1234, in person at the Ticket Office at the stadium, or from the MFC store on Captain Cook Square in Middlesbrough town center. Tickets can also be bought at the ticket office on the day of the match. Middlesbrough?s attendance has gone up significantly in the Premier League, but tickets are easily available for most matches.

Middlesbrough have created two categories of home matches. Category B tickets, the cheapest, range from £30.00 for a seat behind the goal or lower to £34.00 for an upper-level seat at the main stand. Category A tickets range from £35.00 to £39.00.

Call +44 (0) 844 499 1234 or email [email protected] for more information.

Relevant Internet links

Visit Middlesbrough website to learn about the town and its attractions. Use Nationalrail to plan your journey and find the best prices.

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It was designed by the renowned architect Frederick Phipps, and it opened in 1923. The Riverside Stadium was constructed after the Taylor Report to be an example of modern English stadium design. It was designed by Frederick Phipps, who is known for his work on Buckingham Palace and New York's Central Park.

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