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Crabble Athletic Ground
Crabble Athletic Ground
Full name Crabble Athletic Ground
Owners Dover District Council
Location River, England
Built 1931
Opened 1931
Tenants Dover United F.C. (1931–1933)
Dover F.C. (1934–947)
Dover F.C. (1947–1983)
Dover Athletic F.C. (1983–present)
Margate F.C. (2002–2004)
Capacity 5,745 (1,010 seats)
Surface Grass

The Crabble Athletic Ground, also known as The Crabble or simply Crabble. is a football stadium located in the northern Dover suburb of River, Kent, England. It was the home of the various incarnations of Dover F.C. from 1931 until the club folded in 1983. Since then it has been the home of Dover Athletic F.C., and it was also the temporary home of Margate F.C. between 2002 and 2004, when the club's Hartsdown Park stadium was being redeveloped. The stadium has two seated stands and two covered terraces and holds a total of 5,745 fans (including 1,010 seats and 3,642 covered terracing), although in the past, crowds larger than that figure could be accommodated. It also has a clubhouse, which the club completely redeveloped in 2008.

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