Memorial Stadium
Memorial Stadium
Full name Memorial Stadium
Owners The Memorial Stadium Company
Location Filton Avenue, Horfield, Bristol
Opened 24 September 1921
Tenants Bristol Rovers
Capacity 11,916 (3,000 seated)
Field dimensions 101 x 68 metres
Highest attendance 12,011
(vs West Bromwich, 9 February 2008)

The Memorial Stadium, also commonly known by its previous name of the Memorial Ground, is a sports ground in Bristol, England, dedicated to the memory of local rugby union players of the city killed during the First World War. It is currently the home stadium of Bristol Rovers. From its foundation in 1921 until moving to Ashton Gate in 2014 the Memorial Ground was the home to Bristol Rugby.

External links

  • Memorial Stadium — Official website
  • Bristol Rovers — Official website
  • The Memorial Ground, Flickr Group Photographic record of the Memorial Stadium
  • Bristol Football Club (RFU), Dave Fox and Mark Hoskins, 2 vols., Tempus Publishing
  • Bristol Rovers: The Definitive History 1883–2003, Stephen Byrne and Mike Jay, Tempus Publishing
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Adams Park · Bloomfield Road · Crown Ground · Fratton Park · Gigg Lane · Highbury Stadium · Kassam Stadium · Keepmoat Stadium · Kingsmeadow · London Road · Memorial Stadium · New Meadow · New York Stadium · Pirelli Stadium · Portman Road · Prenton Park · Priestfield Stadium · Roots Hall · Sincil Bank · Spotland Stadium · St Andrew's · Stadium MK · Stadium of Light · University of Bolton Stadium

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