The Hawthorns


The Hawthorns
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The Hawthorns
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Généralités
Adresse West Bromwich, Sandwell, Midlands de l'Ouest Drapeau d'Angleterre Angleterre
Coordonnées 52° 30′ 33″ N 1° 57′ 50″ W / 52.509167, -1.96388952° 30′ 33″ Nord
       1° 57′ 50″ Ouest
/ 52.509167, -1.963889
  
Construction et ouverture
Construction 1900
Ouverture 13 septembre 1900
Rénovation 2008 (tribune ouest)
Coût de construction 7.5 millions £GBP
Utilisation
Clubs résidents West Bromwich Albion (depuis 1900)
Propriétaire West Bromwich Albion
Administration West Bromwich Albion
Équipement
Surface pelouse naturelle
Capacité 26 484
Affluence
record
64 815 le 6 mars 1397
FA Challenge Cup (West Bromwich Albion-Arsenal)
Dimensions 105 x 68 m

Géolocalisation sur la carte : Angleterre

(Voir situation sur carte : Angleterre)
The Hawthorns

Géolocalisation sur la carte : Midlands de l'Ouest

(Voir situation sur carte : Midlands de l'Ouest)
The Hawthorns


The Hawthorns est un stade de football localisé à West Bromwich, dans la banlieue de Birmingham. C'est l'enceinte du club de West Bromwich Albion Football Club.

Ce stade de 27 876 places fut inauguré le 3 septembre 1900 par un match de championnat West Bromwich Albion-Derby County FC. Le record d'affluence est de 64 815 spectateurs le 6 mars 1937 pour un match de FA Challenge Cup West Bromwich Albion-Arsenal. Le terrain fut équipé d'un système d'éclairage pour les matchs en nocturne en septembre 1957.


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