Brighton & Hove Stadium

Coral Stadia Ltd.
Brighton & Hove Stadium
Nevill Road

Telephone: 01273 204601


Type: Cinder (now used for other purposes), 440y, lanes, lane straight

Authority: Brighton & Hove
Ceremonial County: East Sussex

NUTS Name: Hove (Old)

Electronic Map Links:
Multimap 1:10,000 (Street Level)
Multimap 1:25,000 (Area Level)
Multimap 1:50,000 (Area Level)
Multimap 1:100,000 (Road Level)
Multimap 1:200,000 (Road Level)
Streetmap (Street Level)
Streetmap (Area Level)
Streetmap (Road Map)

OS National Grid Reference: TQ 285063
National Grid Reference: 528500, 106300

Paper Maps:
A-Z Brighton & Worthing 1H 27
OS Explorer Map: 122 (was 17)
OS/Philip's East Sussex 144 C1
OS/Philip's West Sussex 165 F1
Red Book East Sussex 30 C2

Train: Aldrington, Hove

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Other Info:
The stadium has always primarily been used for greyhound racing. The track and stadium cost 40,000 to build, and much of the material used for construction came from the old Brighton Aquarium, which was demolished in 1927. The site where the stadium was built was formerly occupied by a market garden belonging to A.J. Clark of the Clark's bread firm. The first greyhound race meeting was held on 2 June 1928. Today the greyhound racing takes place on a sand track around the edge of the cinder running track which is more or less intact. It is not known whether this was always the case. The running track was used for athletics until at least 1962 as it is in the AW 1962 list of tracks. It looks to be about 6 lanes all round but possibly wider down the home straight. The infield is a grass football pitch.

Last update: 24/02/2001

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