The Rugby Groud Guide

Stadium/Tickets

Stadium Name: Brickfields Recreation Ground

Stadium Address:

25 Damerel Close

Madden Road

Devonport

Plymouth

Devon

PL1 4NE

 

Ground Information

Plymouth Albion moved in 2003 from the run-down Beacon Park   ground to a considerably more modern ground, The Brickfields, in Devonport.

The stadium is accessed via the entrance in Madden Road

The main stand is the West Stand, which is all seating. On either side of this stand are food and drink areas,

Opposite is the smaller East Stand, which has a standing area alongside it

The North Terrace is seating, while opposite it is the Clubhouse and a number of hospitality suites.

 

 

Ticket Office: plymouthalbion.com/shop

 

Ticket Prices 2014/15 (advanced)

Grandstand:

Adult £19

Concession £16

Under 16 £5

East Stand:

Adult: £17

Concession: £14

Under 16: £5

Ground:

Adult: £15

Concession: £11

Under 16: £5

 

Disabled Facilities: There is a viewing   platform for wheel-chair users.

 

 

 

 

Last Updated August 2014

 

 

Copyright Miles & Miles Publishing 2014

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