A Visit to Chesterfield’s New Home


On 17th July 2010 I visited the newly completed B2Net Stadium. It will be the new home of Chesterfield FC after they left Saltergate at the end of last season. 

You can see plenty of pictures below. 


This was my first visit to the stadium since its completion. We had a good luck round, outside and in, even finding our seats for the new season. 

I have to say the new stadium is very impressive and will be a nice place to watch football. The 10,600 all-seater stadium is a world away from Saltergate. 

Below you can see plenty of photos, starting from the outside and then heading in. 

Outside the new stadium


As you can see there's still a little bit of work to be done outside the ground

Chesterfield's new badge, announced for the start of the season

The ground plan

The East Stand, where we will be sat next season

The North Stand

The Kop

From pitch level

The new press area

Function Room

The boardroom

The player's tunnel

The toilets are much more luxurious the those at Saltergate!



The pitch looks wonderful

Sat in my seat for next season


In the club shop

A limited edition print of the last match at Saltergate

'Elvis Has Left The Kop' - One of the many bricks bought for the wall of fame

Dawn of a New Age brochure


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