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Middlesbrough Riverside Stadium
Middlesbrough Riverside Stadium - record football crowd attraction
Construction of this stadium, which can seat a crowd of over 37,000 and more should the need arise, was completed in 1995. Home to football and music concerts, this venue continues to draw record attendance, one being at the match between England and Slovakia in 2003 for the qualifier of the European Championship the following year, when 35,000 people attended the match. Buy and sell Middlesbrough Riverside Stadium tickets through StubHub for many exciting events.
Football, music concerts and fun
Many Premier League and championship football matches have taken place at this stadium since its inception. These have included games between England, Scotland, Germany, Belgium and the Ukraine. Others have drawn supporters to see matches take place between Great Britain teams and the likes of Brazil and Sweden. With such an illustrious record for hosting football matches, it is little wonder that this venue is so popular. Not only is football a champion crowd pleaser, but music fans have enjoyed the talents of megastar artist Rick Astley, whose success is reflected in his over 40 million record sales. Platinum record group Take That played at this venue in 2019, and more music concerts are set to be hosted at this stadium. For more football entertainment, fans can purchase tickets for Manchester Unitedgames at this venue. Overall, Middlesbrough offers an excellent array of football matches and concerts to keep crowds returning time after time. Get your Middlesbrough Riverside Stadium tickets at StubHub so you don’t miss out on the entertainment.
Fondly nicknamed the "BORO"
This stadium consists of 4 stands, each providing uninterrupted pitch views. Courtyards are available near each stand where fans can purchase food and drink from kiosks. The North stand houses many vocal supporters, as does the South stand. Situated along the pitch length is the West stand, which has the most seating and is where restaurants and executive stands are found. This is also the area where the changing rooms and tunnel are. White seats have been used to spell out "BORO" in the uppermost tier, which is the nickname for this club. Players are greeted as they emerge from the tunnel onto the field at the East stand, where the television gantry is located. Five flagpoles fly the colours of the team crest, the specific league and cup competitions on the roof of this stand. The East stand focuses on family and visiting fans. A gigantic TV screen and television studios round off the appeal of this venue. Whatever group you fit into, purchase your Middlesbrough Riverside Stadium tickets on StubHub to join in the fun.
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