Jenner Park Stadium
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|Operator||Vale of Glamorgan Council|
|Barry Town (1913–present)|
Initially starting with two wooden stands, popular bank terracing was added in 1923, but years of battling with financial problems saw the ground deteriorate.
During the 1980s, the council invested in Jenner Park, installing a synthetic running track, floodlights and a new grandstand.
In 1996, in order to bring Jenner Park up to UEFA standards, a second stand was built in 1996, increasing the seating capacity to 2,500.
In addition, a new hospitality complex was constructed along with new dressing rooms, floodlights and clubhouse.
Since then, the ground has international matches at various levels, including under-21 and women's ties.
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