|Full name||Priestfield Stadium|
|Owners||Priestfield Developments Ltd|
|Location|| Redfern Avenue|
Kent ME7 4DD
|Tenants|| Gillingham (1893–present)|
Brighton & Hove Albion (1997–1999)
|Field dimensions||114 by 75 yards|
Priestfield Stadium (popularly known simply as Priestfield and officially known from 2007 to 2010 as KRBS Priestfield Stadium and from 2011 as MEMS Priestfield Stadium for sponsorship purposes) is a football stadium in Gillingham, Kent. It has been the home of Gillingham Football Club since the club's formation in 1893, and was also the temporary home of Brighton & Hove Albion Football Club for two seasons during the 1990s. The stadium has also hosted women's and youth international football matches and a London Broncos rugby league match.
The stadium underwent extensive redevelopment during the late 1990s, which has brought its capacity down from nearly 20,000 to a current figure of 11,582. It has four all-seater stands, all constructed since 1997, although one is only of a temporary nature. There are also conference and banqueting facilities and a nightspot named The Factory. Despite having invested heavily in its current stadium, Gillingham F.C. has plans to relocate to a new stadium.
- Panorama of the ground from BBC Kent
- Priestfield Conference & Banqueting
- Priestfield Stadium at footballgroundguide.com
|Gillingham Football Club|
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