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J Davidson Stadium Information
The J. Davidson Stadium at Moss Lane
After reloacting from nearby Pollitt's Field, Altrincham FC's home since 1910 has been at Moss Lane, Altrincham WA15 8AP. On 10 July 2013, it was announced that the stadium would be known as the J. Davidson Stadium, following a sponsorship agreement with the Club's main sponsors, J. Davidson, scrap metal processors, of Altrincham.
Right: The Main Stand at Moss Lane viewed from the Hale end, with the smaller Family Stand to its left.
Getting to Moss Lane by Road, Public Transport or on Foot
- Full Directions and Map here
- The J. Davidson Stadium Regulations
- The Football Conference Ground Regulations
- Adults £16
- Concessions £13
- Juniors (12-16) £6
- Under 12s £2
Season tickets will be priced as follows (a £10 discount applies if bought before 30 June 2019):
- Adults £295
- Concessions £240
- Juniors (12-16) £75
- Under 12s £40
Season tickets cover ALL league games and pre-season friendlies played at the J. Davidson Stadium. They do NOT cover cup matches.
Match-Day ProgrammeThe excellent match-day programme is The Robins' Review, edited by Grahame and Terry Rowley. It is a colour publication, packed with news, statistics and photographs and costs £2 (2019-20).
Stadium CapacityIn August 2020, co-chairman Bill Waterson revealed that the latest ground licensing arrangements permit a capacity crowd of 7,873 spectators at The J. Davidson Stadium. This is a 29% increase on the ground capacity that had been applied before the Community Sports Hall (CSH) was erected. The increase is all the more surprising given that the CSH occuupies part of what was formerly a spectator standing area.
The previous official ground capacity (2006 data, before the Community Sports Hall was erected) was: 6,085, which comprised:
Inside the J. Davidson Stadium
When segregation is in force, the home supporters' terracing is at the Golf Road end (the end nearer to Altrincham town centre). Away supporters normally use the Hale End of the J. Davidson Stadium, which is uncovered, though an overflow is arranged for some matches into the Popular Side's Hale end section. As shown on the above plan, the Main Stand and the Dunn & Gray Family Stand are both on Moss Lane. The opposite side of the J. Davidson Stadium comprises terracing known as 'The Popular Side'.
During the 2014-15 season a new Community Sports Hall was opened at the Golf Road/Moss Lane corner of the ground. This incorporates a large bar, open to all on most occasions. The Hall also has numerous TV screens which show live matches from the Premiership and other competitions. Also, at the Golf Road end is the Robins' Shop (currently housed near the corner flag nearest the radio mast) as well as a purpose-built catering unit. For details of shop merchandise, click here. Also, a mobile catering unit is situated at the Hale end of the ground. The main toilets are to be found at the Golf Road End on the Moss Lane side but others are available at the away end.
Food and drinkPLEASE USE THE BAR IN THE COMMUNITY SPORTS HALL- IT IS OPEN FOR EVERY FIRST-TEAM GAME. On the occasions when matches are segregated the Hall is only open for home supporters. The bar is equipped with several HD TV screens and a Premier League match is usually shown on Alty matchdays. Food and non-alcoholic drinks are also available at the permanent catering facility at the Golf Road End and from the mobile canteen at the away end, both of which are open for all first-team games..
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