Burton Albion Pirelli Stadium

Burton Albion Pirelli Stadium

Burton Albion Pirelli Stadium.

Pirelli Stadium is the home stadium of Burton Albion Football Club who are presently in League One.

The modern, compact stadium was constructed in 2005. The move was made to replace Albion's outdated Eton Park facilities.

The new ground cost £6.8 million to finance. The stadium has a capacity of 6,912 with seating for over 2,000 fans in the main South Stand.

Burton Albion Pirelli Stadium.


Capacity: 6,912

Access - Getting There

Car parking is available at the Pirelli Stadium for 400 vehicles on a first-come, first-served basis for £5.

Supporters can also park in the Ryknild Industrial Estate for £5.

From the M1 (Junction 24) via the A50.
From A38 North (Derby) and M1 North (Junction 28).
From A38 South (Lichfield, Birmingham).
From M1 South (Junction 22) - A511.
From M42 Junction 11 (West Midlands) & M5 (South West) - A444.
From M6 North Junction 15 (A50 Uttoxeter, Stoke-On-Trent). - A511.

The nearest railway station is Burton-on-Trent Station on Borough Road, Burton. It is a 30-minute walk.

Burton Albion Pirelli Stadium.

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The stadium has a capacity of 6,900 spectators.

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