Clairville Stadium

Park Road South

Telephone: 01642 246767
Fax: 01642 230856


Type: Synthetic, 400m, 7 lanes, 10 lane straight

Authority: Middlesbrough
Ceremonial County: North Yorkshire

NUTS Name: Middlesbrough

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OS National Grid Reference: NZ 501190
National Grid Reference: 450100, 519000

Paper Maps:
A-Z Middlesbrough & Stockton-on-Tees 5B 52
OS Explorer Map: 306, OL 26

Train: Middlesbrough (1.5M)

Opening Times: Mon-Tue 0900-2130, Wed 0900-1830, Thu-Fri 0900-2130, Sat 0900-1400, Sun 0900-1430. The track is regularly booked for football during the winter so please ring in advance to check availability.
Is track locked/unavailable for casual use at other times: Yes
Charges: Adult 1.10, Junior 0.55 (1999 prices)

Track Diagram: Not available
Field Event Facilities: Full
S/C Water Jump: Yes

Changing: Full
Floodlights: Yes
Seating: 660 covered

Track Certification: Full - valid until 31st Mar 2004

Clubs: Middlesbrough & Cleveland Harriers, Middlesbrough AC (Mandale)

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Other Info:
A cinder track and cycle velodrome was originally opened here in 1963 by the Duke of Edinburgh. It is yet to be established exactly when the track was upgraded to synthetic although it was by 1978. The stadium used to be called the Cleveland County Stadium. The track has 7 complete lanes plus an extra "lane" that varies from about 6" to 12" wide but it never seems to get used. The home straight has an extra 3 lanes marked as A, B and C. The site also included fitness rooms, sauna, sunbeds, squash courts and a 455m cycle velodrome which surrounded the running track. There were plans to build a 82m indoor straight here. The track was demolished in 2015 with a new track at Middlesbrough Sports Village having opened the year before.

Last update: 21/05/2001

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