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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.
Great hospitality pity we didn't score,lfc
Meh... Nice to go to a traditional ground but in need of a facelift...
Summer car boot sale early sunday morning, first Sunday oy every month is really good. It is held just outside the actual stadium.
Nice tidy little ground. Good views from our seats in the South stand. Good friendly staff.
A great day out even though the result went against us.
Nice ground with great view and eating places more locale than the normal Fast Food Chains around the place
Gates were shocking. Along with the turnstiles aswellv. Away stand had big bollards obstructing the view and it stunk of piss
Proper old ground with decent view from the away end, got 3 points so can't grumble!!
Facilities for away fans is rubbish. Old tired ground with stantions blocking your view. Stewarding was minimal and the stand was clearly overcrowded possibly exceeding its capacity giving a very unsafe feel about the place. Theres a perfectly good stand at the opposite end which lies empty!!!!!!
Poor catering facilities for away fans - if you take a big crowd there then don’t be expecting a pie or beer at half time!! Stewarding was food and friendly too (vs OAFC) and they did a good job of keeping good order.
A ground worthy of legendary status. Home to one of the finest football teams known to man playing total football on a lush green hallowed turf. Serving highest quality cuisine in the well stocked snack bars and guaranteed a friendly welcome from the superbly knowledgeable locals. Well worth a visit and more than likely your team will leave with 3 points in the bag. A must for any true football fan.