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  1. Gigg Lane is an all-seater football stadium in Bury, Greater Manchester. One of the world's oldest professional football stadiums, it was built for Bury F.C. in 1885 and has been their home ever since. Currently, the ground is officially known for sponsorship reasons as the Energy Check Stadium but it will soon be renamed the Planet-U Energy Stadium following a deal signed by the club with Leeds-based Planet-U Energy on 19 February 2019.

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  2. Gigg Lane - Wikipedia

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    Gigg Lane is an all-seater football stadium in Bury, Greater Manchester. One of the world's oldest professional football stadiums, it was built for Bury F.C. in 1885 and has been their home ever since. Currently, the ground is officially known for sponsorship reasons as the Energy Check Stadium but it will soon be renamed the Planet-U Energy Stadium following a deal signed by the club with Leeds-based Planet-U Energy on 19 February 2019.

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  3. Gigg Lane (Bury) - 2020 What to Know Before You Go (with ...

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    Bury F.C. Football stadium at Gigg Lane Among Victorian and Edwardian terraced streets, Gigg Lane has a good sort of faded nobility. Bury fans (since 1885) are lucky to have lots of capacity in the blend of older and newer buildings that make it a very useful stadium. Pitch looks really nice, stands are good.

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    Bury F.C. Football stadium at Gigg Lane. Among Victorian and Edwardian terraced streets, Gigg Lane has a good sort of faded nobility. Bury fans (since 1885) are lucky to have lots of capacity in the blend of older and newer buildings that make it a very useful stadium. Pitch looks really nice, stands are good.

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  6. Gigg Lane | Bury | UPDATED November 2020 Top Tips Before You ...

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    Bury F.C. Football stadium at Gigg Lane. Among Victorian and Edwardian terraced streets, Gigg Lane has a good sort of faded nobility. Bury fans (since 1885) are lucky to have lots of capacity in the blend of older and newer buildings that make it a very useful stadium.

  7. Bury FC: Gigg Lane Stadium Guide - CLOSED | English Grounds ...

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    Gigg Lane, Bury, Greater Manchester, England, BL9 9HR. John Lord / Flickr.com. NOTICE: Following Bury's expulsion from the English football league in August 2019 Gigg Lane is now closed for the foreseeable future. If the stadium is used for football in the future we will update you. Gigg Lane was built specifically for Bury Football Club to play their games at and opened in 1885, with the club from the Manchester suburb moving in straight away.

  8. Gigg Lane | Bury Football Club

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    Gigg Lane has been Bury Football Club's only home since it was founded back in 1885. The pitch dimensions are 112 yards long x 73 yards wide. The ground has been extensively redeveloped in recent years. Beginning in 1993, all four sides of the ground have had new stands built, the final stage being the re-build of the Cemetery End.

  9. The return of football to Gigg Lane for Bury F.C, organized ...

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    Oct 14, 2020 · After 18 months of tireless work by the supporters trusts volunteers at Forever Bury we have finally been given the opportunity to take control back of Gigg Lane and the football club that has have been responsible in producing Global superstars such as Alec Lindsay, Terry McDermott and Colin Bell who is described by some as Manchester City’s greatest ever player who they have a stand named after.

  10. Bury owner Steve Dale hopes to get rid of £3.7m stadium debt ...

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    Apr 25, 2020 · BURY owner Steve Dale is seeking to get rid of a £3.7million debt secured on their Gigg Lane stadium to help secure the club’s future. A number of secured loans were taken out by previous owner...

  11. Bury FC placed into administration as battle for existence ...

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    Nov 27, 2020 · Image: Banners and messages of support left outside Gigg Lane following Bury's expulsion from the Football League. New administrator Steven Wiseglass added: "Bury FC is one of the oldest football ...

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