Allan Park, Aberdeen
|Location||Cove Bay, Aberdeen, Scotland|
|Capacity||2500 (200 seated)|
|Field dimensions||104 × 65 yards|
|Cove Rangers F.C.|
Allan Park is a football ground located in Cove, a suburb of Aberdeen. It is home to Cove Rangers F.C., who currently play in the Highland Football League. The ground has a capacity of 2300 spectators, with 200 on seats or benches.
Allan Park is named after a local farmer, who sold the club the land on which they built the ground in 1948. As of September 2011, Cove Rangers were planning to sell Allan Park for housing and share in part of the New Aberdeen Stadium project with Aberdeen FC. This scheme was thrown into doubt, however, when Aberdeen City Council rejected an application by the two clubs to build a new ground for Cove Rangers that Aberdeen FC would also have used as a training ground.
Its largest attendance was 2100 in the league playoff 2008–09 vs Deveronvale which they won 3-1 to lift the league title for the third year running.
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