Middlesbrough: The Riverside
The Riverside | Built in 1995
Tickets / Where to sit
Ticket prices can be found on the club's official website: http://www.mfc.co.uk/page/tickets/prices
Tickets are not too hard to come by - anybody who watches Match of the Day will notice the Riverside rarely sells out, apart from the bigger games. Tickets can be purchased by visiting the club's website.
Ticket Office: 0844 499 1234
Getting to The Riverside
Middlesbrough Station is located on Albert Road, one mile (ten to 15 minutes walk) from the Riverside. There is also a bus and taxi service between the station and the stadium. Middlesbrough train services are operated by Northern Rail and Transpennine Express. Daily trains arrive from Manchester and Newcastle, as well as smaller cities but book in advance. Those coming from south most likely to change at Darlington.
Follow the A66 into Middlesbrough. Carry on up the A66, through the centre of Middlesbrough and you will pick up signs for the Riverside Stadium.
Number of car parks based upon wasteland outside the ground priced at around £4. Suggestion for away fans would be to follow the A66 and signs for away coaches. Alternatively, leave the car in town in a long stay car park and take the 20-25 minute walk to the ground.
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Where to drink
Doctor Browns is recommended for away fans, at the bottom of Corporation Road in the City Centre. Mix of home and away, Sky TV, small patio garden and good beer.
Where to eat
There isn't much in the way of food. Your best bet is to head into the town centre. Check out the sandwich bar opposite Doctor Browns pub - a ten minute walk from the ground at the bottom of Corporation Road. Roast potatoes and gravy, yum!
Middlesbrough's own version of the Chicken Balti Pie will set you back £1.80. Mince and onion pies are on offer too.
Where to stay
Baltimore Hotel - 250 Marton Road, Middlesbrough, TS4 2EZ. This is the closest hotel in the area to the stadium and also the most decently priced.
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Middlesbrough Shop & Merchandise
A variety of merchandise is available from the club's online store
Football League Second Division / Football League Division One:
Champions: 1926–27, 1928–29, 1973–74, 1994–95
Runners-up: 1901–02, 1991–92, 1997–98
Football League Third Division:
Runners-up: 1966–67, 1986–87
Champions 1893–94, 1894–95, 1896–97
Runners-up 1890–91, 1891–92, 1897–98
Runners up 1997, 1998
Runners up 1997
FA Amateur Cup
Winners 1894–95, 1897–98
Full Members Cup
Runners up 1990
FA Youth Cup
Runners up 2005–06
Address: Middlesbrough Football Club, The Riverside Stadium, Middlesbrough TS3 6RS.
Main number (all departments): 0844 499 6789