Stadium MK is a football ground in the Denbigh district of Bletchley in Milton Keynes, Buckinghamshire, England. Designed by Populous, it is the home ground of EFL League One side Milton Keynes Dons and FA Women's National League South side Milton Keynes Dons Women.
In addition to association football, the stadium occasionally hosts rugby union. In 2011, Northampton Saints RFC used the ground for their Heineken Cup quarter and semi-final matches because their home ground is too small for major events. The stadium hosted three matches in the 2015 Rugby World Cup.
Since opening in November 2007, Stadium MK spent the first 7 years with only the lower tier kitted out with seating. However, it's now been completed and the total capacity is now an impressive 30,500. There are no bad seats in the house and it's a fantastic stadium for a club at this level.
Like with most modern stadiums, Stadium MK has a bowl design. It still has four separate stands, with three named after their geographical location and one named The Cowshed. The North Stand has two-tiers that house the away supporters, whilst The West Stand is the main stand in the ground and has the dressing rooms and managers’ dug-out. The Cowshed is where the most vocal MK Dons supporters sit and The East Stand has a pattern of ‘MK Dons’ on the seats.
Up to 3,000 visiting supporters can be accommodated and are situated in the north end of the stadium. The view of the action is unrestricted and leg room is very spacious. Facilities are fantastic and the concourse is inside the stadium rather than underneath meaning you can actually continue watching the game whilst buying your hot dogs or pies. A fantastic addition to a very smart stadium.
The Beacon is around a five-minute walk away otherwise it's a 20 minute walk into Bletchley where there are a few pubs to be found. The Enigma Tavern on Saxon Street being one of them. In Milton Keynes centre there are a number of bars located adjacent to the main shopping centre, or within walking distance of Milton Keynes Central station.
If you come out of the station you go straight up Midsummer Boulevard in front of you, then after around five minutes walk you will find a Wetherspoons outlet called the 'Secklow Hundred'. If you're looking for something to eat, there's a KFC and a McDonalds situated just next to the stadium.
There are approximately 2,000 car parking spaces at the stadium, which are available at a cost of £5 per vehicle. Alternatively, you're able to park in the Denbigh West industrial estate.
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