Key facts

Address Alick Jeffrey Way, Stadium Way, Doncaster, South Yorkshire, DN4 5JW
Capacity 15,231 seats
Build Date 2006
Record Attendance 14,129


Keepmoat Stadium is a stadium built in Doncaster, the UK. It was constructed for 20 million pounds within a community complex built for 32 million pounds. The stadium’s capacity reaches 15,231. Keepmoat Stadium has four stands built by different sponsors and used for different purposes.

The first sportive event took place at the ground in 2006. Today, the stadium is shared between Doncaster Rovers F.C. and Doncaster R. L. F. C. In 2010, Keepmoat Stadium got a prestigious award for Best Matchday Experience.

The main pitch features a system made of natural grass and synthetic fibers, thanks to which the playing surface is protected against deteriorating. The stadium also has its own fitness studio and soccer center. It is also a venue for various music events, and there has been a range of concert held by McFly, Ronan Keating, Elton John, and Bryan Adams.

Keepmoat Stadium is also a popular destination for local businesses, and that is why it often hosts different conferences and events. There is a mini-stadium located near the main stadium. It features stand with the capacity of 500 seats and a 6-lane running track. It is mainly used by the local athletic club as well as Doncaster Rovers Belles L.F.C.