McCain Stadium

McCain Stadium

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McCain Stadium

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The McCain Stadium is a disused football stadium located on Seamer Road in Scarborough, England. It was the home of Scarborough FC, a defunct football club who last played in the English Conference North before they were dissolved on 20 June 2007 with debts of £2.5 million., Yorkshire Post, 20 June 2007

The ground was first opened in 1898, when Scarborough FC moved from playing at Scarborough Cricket Club. It was then called the Athletic Ground. In 1988, under a sponsorship deal, Scarborough FC sold the naming rights of the Athletic Ground to McCain Foods and until its closure in 2007 the stadium was known as the McCain Stadium.


The ground has four main stands:

Main Stand
The Main Stand runs along one side of the pitch. It is an old grandstand-style stand and is all seater.

The Shed (Also known as "The Cow Shed")
The Shed runs along the other side of the pitch and is covered terracing. This was the most popular part of the ground and was usually where the singing supporters stood.

The East Stand
The East Stand is behind one of the goals and is an all seater stand in which the seats are red and the letters SFC are spelled out in white seats. This is the newest part of the ground along with The West Stand.

The West Stand
The West Stand is identical to The East Stand but is behind the other goal. It was where the away fans were located.

In three of the four corners of the ground there is uncovered terracing...
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