|Location|| Blundell Park|
Cleethorpes DN35 7PY
|Field dimensions||111 x 75 yards|
Blundell Park is a football ground in Cleethorpes, North East Lincolnshire, England and home to Grimsby Town Football Club. The stadium was built in 1899, but only one of the original stands remains. The current capacity of the ground is 9,052, after being made all-seater in summer 1995, reducing the number from around 27,000. Several relegations in previous years meant the expansion seating was also taken away; that reduced the capacity further from around 12,000 to what it is now.
The stadium is Grimsby Town's fourth ground, having previously played at Clee Park, Lovett Street and Abbey Park in the club's first twenty years of existence. The record attendance at Blundell Park was 31,651 in an FA Cup tie against Wolverhampton Wanderers on 20 February 1937. The two clubs also hold the record attendance at Manchester United's Old Trafford stadium when 76,962 people saw the two sides meet again in the 1939 FA Cup semi-final.
- Official Site
- Blundell Park at The National Association of Disabled Supporters
- McMenemys Official Website
- Stadium pictures
- Blundell Park at conferencegrounds.com
|Grimsby Town F.C.|
|EFL League Two stadiums 2019-20|
Valley Parade (Bradford City) · Abbey Stadium (Cambridge United) · Brunton Park (Carlisle United) · Whaddon Road (Cheltenham Town) · Colchester Community Stadium (Colchester United) · Broadfield Stadium (Crawley Town) · Gresty Road (Crewe Alexandra) · St. James Park (Exeter City) · The New Lawn (Forest Green Rovers) · Blundell Park (Grimsby Town) · Brisbane Road (Leyton Orient) · Moss Rose (Macclesfield Town) · Field Mill (Mansfield Town) · Globe Arena (Morecambe) · Rodney Parade (Newport County) · Sixfields Stadium (Northampton Town) · Boundary Park (Oldham Athletic) · Home Park (Plymouth Argyle) · Vale Park (Port Vale) · Moor Lane (Salford City) · Glanford Park (Scunthorpe United) · Broadhall Way (Stevenage) · County Ground (Swindon Town) · Bescot Stadium (Walsall)