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Plymouth Albion - The Basics

City: Plymouth

Country: England

Club: Plymouth Albion

Nickname:

Founded: 1876

Ground Opened: 2003

Stadium Name: Brickfields Recreation Ground

Stadium Address:

25 Damerel Close

Madden Road

Devonport

Plymouth

Devon

PL1 4NE

Telephone: 01752 565064

Fax: 01752 569802

Capacity: 8,400

Seated 3,500

Standing 4,900

 

Club Web Site:

www.plymouthalbion.com

e-Mail:

info@plymouthalbion.com

Facebook

https://www.facebook.com/PlymouthAlbion

Twitter

@AlbionRFC

 

Home Colours: Home: White, Cherry & Green

Away Colours: Green & Red

League (2014/15): RFU Championship

Publications: Programme: £2.00(2012/13)

Fixtures 2014/15:

www.plymouthalbion.com

 

http://clubs.rfu.com/Fixtures

 

 

 

 

 

Last Updated Julyl 2014

 

 

 

Copyright Miles & Miles Publishing 2014

 

 

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