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The Salford City stadium is a rugby stadium in Barton-upon Irwell, Eccles. It was built to replace Salford rugby league club's Willows ground for the start of the 2012 season.
The development of the Salford City stadium began when Salford City Council formed a joint venture company with Peel Holdings to develop and deliver the £16 million stadium. It was seen as vitally important for the Salford rugby team to have a new stadium to aide their development.
The Salford City Stadium can accomodate a 12,000 crowd, but given the right circumstances, could be extended to hold up to 20,000 spectators. The stadium has areas for standing supporters. This partial-standing design is similar to the Halliwell Jones Stadium, home of the Warrington Wolves. The development includes player facilities, hospitality boxes, concessions, offices and two community outdoor pitches.
In 2011, despite not yet being built, the Salford City Stadium successfully bid to be a host venue for the 2013 Rugby League World Cup. The Salford City Reds played their first league game at the new stadium against Castleford Tigers in 2012. Castleford won 24-10.The Salford City Stadium.