|Address||Mike Gregory Way, Warrington, WA2 7NE, England|
|Record attendance||15,008 (Warrington vs Widnes 25 March 2016)|
|Who is the owner of Halliwell Jones Stadium?||Warrington Wolves|
|Pitch Size||110 m by 68 m|
|Where is Halliwell Jones Stadium located?||53°23′42″N 2°35′44″W|
The Halliwell Jones Stadium (Halliwell Jones is a car dealer which holds the naming rights for the stadium) is the home ground to Warrington Wolves Rugby League Club. It has four under cover stand of which two are seated and two terraced. When first built the capacity was set at 14,000 but on the first night open it was a sell out, the capacity has since been reduced. It is built on the site of the Joseph Walker Brewery which is central in Warrington.
The capacity of the stadium is officially 14,206 although this is reduced to 13,000 for Rugby League games.
Terraced stand, under cover, behind the posts.
How to get to
By bus. The Halliwell Jones Stadium on Winwick Road A49 is located on a high frequency bus route. Monday to Friday there will be a service passing every 10 minutes. On a Sunday there is a service passing the stadium every 30 minutes. Warrington Bus Station is approximately 500m from the stadium. Saturdays – No. 19 (8 mins & 38 mins past the hour) & No. 420 (50 mins past the hour) Sundays – No. 19 (58 mins past the hour), No. 20 (45 mins past the hour) & No. 420 (30 mins past the hour)
By train. Central Station is located approximately 400m from the stadium and serves the east/west trans-pennine route. Away fans will be encouraged to use this service, as there will be trains running at least hourly along this route. Bank Quay Station is approximately 1 km from the Stadium and serves the north/south mainline.