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Gigg Lane
Gigg Lane
Full name Gigg Lane Stadium
Owners Bury
Location Gigg Lane
Bury
Lancashire BL9 9HR
Built 1885
Opened 1885
Tenants Bury (1885-present)
F.C. United
of Manchester
(2005-2014)
Capacity 12,500
Field dimensions 112 x 73 yards
Highest attendance 35,000

Gigg Lane is an all-seater football stadium in Bury, Greater Manchester, England. It was built for Bury F.C. in 1885, and has been their home ever since. Bury FC want to build a new stadium before 2021. Bury’s plan is ambitious with the capacity expected to be between 15,000 and 20,000.

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History: Seasons

EFL League One venues 2017–18

Bescot Stadium (Walsall) · Bloomfield Road (Blackpool) · Boundary Park (Oldham Athletic) · DW Stadium (Wigan Athletic) · Ewood Park (Blackburn Rovers) · Fratton Park (Portsmouth) · Gigg Lane (Bury) · Glanford Park (Scunthorpe United) · Highbury Stadium (Fleetwood Town) · Home Park (Plymouth Argyle) · Kassam Stadium (Oxford United) · Keepmoat Stadium (Doncaster Rovers) · Kingsmeadow (AFC Wimbledon) · London Road (Peterborough United) · Memorial Stadium (Bristol Rovers) · New Meadow (Shrewsbury Town) · New York Stadium (Rotherham United) · Priestfield Stadium (Gillingham) · Roots Hall (Southend United) · Sixfields Stadium (Northampton Town) · Spotland Stadium (Rochdale) · Stadium:mk (Milton Keynes Dons) · The Valley (Charlton Athletic) · Valley Parade (Bradford City)

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