Bescot Stadium

Bescot Stadium, also known as the Banks's Stadium for sponsorship purposes, is the home ground of Walsall Football Club. It was built in 1989-90, by GMI Construction, with a reported build cost of £4.5m, and was opened in 1990. The stadium replaced the club's previous ground, Fellows Park, which was located a quarter of a mile away.

The stadium currently has an all-seater capacity of 11,300, following an extension on the then Gilbert Alsop Stand, a second tier was added and all poles were removed, it is now an impressive two-tiered cantilever stand which holds over 4,000 supporters, the stand name was recently changed to the "Tile Choice Stand" from the "Floors-2-Go Stand" and is still the main vocal area for home supporters since the ground was opened. It also has extensive conferencing and educational facilities.

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