General
Glanford Park
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Full name Glanford Park
Owners Scunthorpe United
Broke ground 1987
Built 1987–1988
Opened 14 August 1988
Tenants Scunthorpe United
Capacity 9,088
Field dimensions 112 x 72 yards
Highest attendance 9,077
Scunthorpe v Manchester Utd
22 September 2010

Glanford Park is a football stadium in Scunthorpe, North Lincolnshire, England, and is the current home of Scunthorpe United.

Opened in 1988 at a construction cost of £2.5 million, Glanford Park was the first new purpose-built stadium to be built in 33 years, since Southend United moved to Roots Hall in 1955.

The stadium is Scunthorpe’s second ground, with the Iron having previously played at the Old Showground from 1899 to 1988. The ground’s record attendance was set at 9,077 for a Carling Cup Second Round tie against Manchester United on 22 September 2010.

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Abbey Stadium · Bescot Stadium · Blundell Park · Boundary Park · Brisbane Road · Broadfield Stadium · Brunton Park · Colchester Community Stadium · Field Mill · Glanford Park · Globe Arena · Holker Street · Moor Lane · Moss Rose · Prenton Park · Rodney Parade · Roots Hall · St James Park · The New Lawn · University of Bolton Stadium · Vale Park · Valley Parade · Keepmoat Stadium · Whaddon Road

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