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Glanford Park

Glanford Park

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About Glanford Park

Glanford Park Stats

Current home toScunthorpe United
England » National League North (step 6)
Football visits34,526 (20.0% of our users have been here)
Other visits396
Capacity9,088
AddressDoncaster Road, Scunthorpe, DN15 8TD, England
Cost£2.5m
Record attendance9,077 Scunthorpe United 2-5 Manchester United 22nd September 2010
First game Scunthorpe United 3-1 Hereford United 27th August 1988

Glanford Park Average Ratings

These are the average ratings for Glanford Park as submitted by our registered users.

My RatingAverage Rating
OverallAverage rating: 2.1
LocationAverage rating: 2.8
ViewAverage rating: 2.9
FacilitiesAverage rating: 2.3
Food & DrinkAverage rating: 2.7
PoliceAverage rating: 3.1
AtmosphereAverage rating: 2.4


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Football grounds visited: 205 (87/92)
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Latest Reviews

3.0 stars
Dreadful and dated

Review written by mattgfc77 a Gillingham supporter on 25th January 2024

3.5 stars
Good ground (from my perspective)

Review written by olibh an Altrincham supporter on 9th April 2023


4.0 stars
Not great...

Review written by charliewalton a Bristol Rovers supporter on 2nd September 2016


3.0 stars
Good small ground

Review written by adamgittings a Doncaster Rovers supporter on 28th April 2013

2.5 stars
Nice little ground, but far from great

Review written by ajimofalltrades a Leyton Orient supporter on 2nd April 2013


3.5 stars
Small ground

Review written by pettitt1984 an Everton supporter on 14th July 2012

2.5 stars
Small Ground

Review written by deanonumber1 a Leicester City supporter on 3rd April 2011


1.5 stars
Miserable little ground

Review written by ronaldinhollew a Swansea City supporter on 6th March 2011

3.5 stars
Good little ground. Scunthorpe v Derby 19/2/11

Review written by shaun84 a Derby County supporter on 24th February 2011


1.0 star
Awful

Review written by facebook-user-104132 a Brighton & Hove Albion supporter on 6th February 2011

1.5 stars
Small ground

Review written by facebook-user-90591 a Charlton Athletic supporter on 16th August 2009


2.5 stars
The oldest "new" ground!

Review written by stuff10 a Sheffield United supporter on 24th March 2009

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Nearest public transport to Glanford Park

  • Overground Gunnersbury 0.66 miles
  • Acton Town 0.90 miles
  • District Chiswick Park 0.97 miles
  • Picadilly South Ealing 0.99 miles
  • Overground Kew Gardens 1.02 miles
  • Overground South Acton 1.02 miles
  • Picadilly Northfields 1.13 miles
  • Picadilly Ealing Common 1.26 miles

News about Glanford Park

Scunthorpe United granted planning permission for new stadium

Thursday 11th July 2019

Scunthorpe United have been granted planning permission for a new stadium on the site of Glanford Park.

The club are planning to spend £30m transforming Glanford Park into an 11,000 capacity venue which will also be able to host concerts and other non-sporting events.

The work will be carried one stand at a time “over the next few seasons” which will allow the club to continue playing at the stadium whilst the ground is rebuilt.

Scunny will start with the east stand (away end) first, before working their way around the stadium. Other improvements include better food and drink facilities as well as cantilever roofs, meaning unrestricted views from every seat.

The League 2 side originally submitted a planning application last year after a proposed new stadium at the nearby Lincolnshire Lakes project fell through.

A separate planning application for 160 apartments next to the ground has not yet been approved.


Glanford Park Facts

  • The seats in the away end originally came from Villa Park. (charliewalton)

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