Eco-Power Stadium (Doncaster)

Eco-Power Stadium

The Eco-Power Stadium (formerly known as the Keepmoat Stadium between 2006 and 2021) is the home ground of Doncaster Rovers Football Club and Doncaster Rugby League Football Club.

The ground has a capacity of 15,231 and officially opened in 2007 to replace Doncaster Rovers’ home of 84 years, Belle Vue. The first match to be played at the stadium was on the 28th December 2006 as Doncaster RLFC lost 16-10 to the Sheffield Eagles in the South Yorkshire Cup game. The first football match was several days later on New Years Day 2007 as Doncaster Rovers defeated Huddersfield Town 3-0 in a Football League One fixture. The stadium wasn’t officially opened until the 3rd August 2007 with a friendly between Rovers and a Manchester United XI.

A record attendance of 15,001 watched a game between Doncaster Rovers and Yorkshire rivals Leeds United in April 2008. In 2010, England Under 21s played a matched against Greece at the stadium. The Final of the 2013 FA Women’s Cup took place at the Keepmoat, with Arsenal defeating Bristol Academy 3-0. Harrogate Town played several of their ‘home’ matches at the Keepmoat at the start of the 2020-2021 season following their promotion to EFL League Two, whilst their artificial pitch at Wetherby Road was replaced with grass due to EFL rules. England Women defeated Latvia at the stadium by a record score of 20-0 in November 2021.

Several Rugby League Challenge Cup semi-finals have been played at the stadium, as well as as one international test match in 2009 in which England defeated France 34-12. Three group matches of the 2021 Rugby League World Cup were also played at the Eco-Power Stadium featuring France v Greece, Samoa v Greece and Papua New Guinea v Wales.

Tenants: Doncaster Rovers (EFL League Two) & Doncaster RLFC

Opened: 2007

Capacity: 15,231

Address: Stadium Way, Doncaster, DN4 5JW

Tickets at Eco-Power Stadium

Doncaster Rovers Tickets

Eco-Power Stadium

Doncaster Rovers tickets are available to purchase online, over the phone (01302 762576) or at the box office at the stadium (open Monday – Thursday: 9am – 4.30pm and Friday: 9am – 4pm).

Tickets during the 2022-2023 season cost:

  • Adults – £20/£21
  • Seniors & 18-24 – £16/£17
  • Under 17s – £5

Doncaster RLFC Tickets

Doncaster RLFC tickets are available to purchase online and cost £12 for Adults and £1 for under 16s.

Location & Travel to Eco-Power Stadium

Eco-Power Stadium

The Eco-Power Stadium is located in the Lakeside Sports Complex, approximately 1.5 miles south of Doncaster city centre in South Yorkshire.

Airport: The nearby Doncaster Sheffield Airport closed in November 2022, meaning Leeds Bradford Airport is the closest airport approximately 37 miles north of the stadium, serving many European destinations. The A1 FLYER bus runs to Leeds City Centre where you can catch a connecting train to Doncaster. Alternatively the larger Manchester Airport is just over 50 miles away with a wider ranger of European and International flights and reachable by catching a train to Leeds and changing from there.

Thinking of flying? Search & book your flights through Skyscanner here.

Bus: Bus services 56, 72 and 73 go directly to the ground from Doncaster Frenchgate Interchange, running twice an hour on a Saturday and once an hour for evening kick offs.

Driving & Parking: From the M18, leave at Junction 3 and take the A6182 towards Doncaster, the stadium is approximately one and half miles away and is well signposted. There are 1,000 parking spaces available at the stadium, costing £5 whilst there is unofficial parking available at the nearby industrial park costing about £3/£4.

Train: Doncaster railway station has frequent services to London King’s Cross, Leeds, Sheffield and Newcastle, among others and is located in the town centre. Walking from the station to the stadium takes approximately 30 minutes along the A6182 Trafford Way or you can take a bus as above.

Thinking of catching a train to Doncaster? Search and book your journey through the Trainline here.

Hotels near Eco-Power Stadium

Eco-Power Stadium

There are three hotels within easy walking distance of the stadium, the Premier Inn Doncaster (Lakeside), the Travelodge Doncaster Lakeside and Premier Inn Doncaster Central East. Alternatively, use TripAdvisor to find some great places to stay in Doncaster by clicking here.


Further Information & Events

Doncaster Rovers Official Website

Doncaster RLFC Official Website

Last Updated on November 6, 2022 by Sports Tourist

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