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Ground InformationGround Nick NameOpened 1997Capacity 28723 seatsRecord Attedance 28,353Pitch Size: 105 x 68 metresPitch Type GrassHeating No
Macron Stadium, until recently known as Reebok Stadium, opened on 1 September 1997 with a league match between Bolton and Everton (0-0). Everton had also been the first league opponent at Bolton’s previous home, Burnden Park.
Macron Stadium is particularly known for its characteristic roof structure. It was initially named after long-time club sponsor Reebok, but changed names in 2014 following a new sponsorship deal.
Macron Stadium is located outside the town of Bolton in Middlebrook at an out-of-town complex of retail, leisure, and office parks. The distance to Bolton’s city centre is about 5 miles.
The complex is situated practically adjacent to the M61 motorway, which makes it easy to reach by car. Leave the M61 at junction 6. The stadium will be visible from the motorway.
Horwich Parkway railway station lies just 200 metres from the Reebok Stadium. Direct trains to Horwich Parkway leave at least every half an hour from places such as Manchester, Blackpool, Preston and Bolton. The journey from Manchester takes about half an hour, whereas it takes less than 10 minutes from Bolton.
Tickets for Bolton Wanderers games can be purchased online, by phone +44 (0) 8448 712932, in person at the Bolton Central shop at the stadium, or at the JD outlet in Bolton town centre (Marketplace).
Bolton has divided home matches into three pricing categories. Tickets for Grade A matches, the most expensive, range in price from £28.00 for a lower-tier seat behind the goal to £35.00 for an upper-tier seat at one of the long sides. Tickets for Grade C matches, the cheapest, range in price from £22.00 to £28.00.