Home of Middlesbrough Football Club.

Built in only 32 weeks, the Riverside Stadium was the first stadium designed and constructed to comply with the Taylor Report.

Opened on August 26 1995, the capacity was amended to 34,988 in June 2008 and 34,742 in summer 2013. The stadium represents a proud and bold statement of Middlesbrough Football Club’s progressive thinking as well as its vision for the future.

Along with the Transporter and Newport bridges, the Riverside Stadium has become one of the landmarks of the Middlesbrough skyline, towering over the Tees, east of the city centre.


Riverside Stadium Middlesbrough TS3 6RS


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