The Rugby Groud Guide

Stadium/Tickets

Stadium Name: Clifton Lane

Stadium Address

Clifton Lane

Rotherham

South Yorkshire

S60 2SN

 

Ground Information

Rotherham Titans moved to Clifton Lane in the late 1930's, and   they currently share it with Rotherham Town Cricket Club. The Titans have been unable to develop the ground as the Titans pitch serves as the outfield for the cricket club.

In 2001-02, during Rotherham's first season in the Premiership, the club increased the capacity to approximately 4,000 by using temporary stands.

The ground consists of a main covered stand referred to as "the shed", together with a number of concrete standing areas and small terraces."The Shed" is generally considered to produce a highly partisan and passionate atmosphere on match days.

 

Ticket Prices 2015/16

Adult Standing - £19

Adult Seated - £22

Concession Standing - £13

Concession Seated - £16

Under 16's Standing - £5

Under 16's Seating - £8

 

 

 

Last Updated July 2016

 

 

Copyright Miles & Miles Publishing 2016

 

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