Oldham Athletic A.F.C. Stadium
Boundary Park Capacity: 10638
Club/Tennants: Oldham Athletic A.F.C.
Boundary Park Stadium
Boundary Park Capacity and Stadium Guide.
Competition: Football League One
Location: Oldham, England, Europe
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with a capacity of 10,683 is the current home stadium of League One side Oldham Athletic AFC. The stadium is situated on the borders of Oldham, Royton and Chadderton, hence the name Boundary Park.
Boundary Park was originally know as the Athletic Ground when it was opened in 1898 and was the home stadium of Oldham County FC. Pine Villa took over the stadium when Oldham County folded in 1899, before changing their nake to Oldham Athletic A.F.C.
Boundary Park saw the installation of an Artificial pitch in 1986 which saw Athletic promoted to the First Division in 1990/91. In 1991 the Chadderton Road Stand was re-profiled, seated and re-clad whilst in the following year the Rochdale Road Stand was built on the existing banking. During this period of post-Taylor re-development seats were added to the paddock of the Broadway Stand.
Boundary Park Redevelopment
Oldham Athletic have planned to redevelop Boundary Park since the late 1990's and have even had plans to move to a new purpose built stadium located in Failsworth. As of 28th July 2011 Oldham Council has offered Oldham Athletic £5.7 million to help fund the redevelopment of Boundary Park starting with the already demolished Broadway Stand.
Accessing Boundary Park
Accessing Boundary Park from the M62:
Leave motorway at junction 20 (signposted Rochdale, Oldham). Follow A627(M) towards Oldham, and leave motorway at second junction with PC World on your left(signposted A627). Boundary Park is clearly visible from the roundabout.
Accessing Boundary Park from the M60:
Leave motorway at junction 21, then follow signs for Oldham and pass McDonald's on your left. Continue through several sets of traffic lights and down Broadway
(40mph limit enforced by static speed cameras) before branching left up the slip road just before the start of the A627(M).
Then take the third exit at the roundabout for the official Boundary Park car park.
Boundary Park Facilities
Boundary Park Fan Allocation:
Usually on most match days the home support is situated in all areas of Boundary park stadium. The Main Stand has a bar underneath the main concourse, and alcohol is also available in the Leesfield Development Rochdale Road End. The Chaddy Road End is now mainly a family stand. Away supporters are located in the small section of the Leesfield Development Rochdale Road End.
Boundary Park Car Parking:
Boundary Park has one of the largest official car parks in the football league and the cost on match day is just £5.
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