Wilderspool Stadium was a rugby league stadium located in Warrington, England. The ground was Warrington RLFC's old ground before moving to the Halliwell Jones Stadium. It holds just over 9,200, after substantial decreases for crowd safety. It was their home for well over 100 years, and the move to new ground was widely considered long overdue; one of the stands was deemed unsafe, there was no disabled access, and seating for just over 900.
The Kerry Katona stand was built in the early 2000s to celebrate Kerry's band, Atomic Kitten, getting their first UK number one. The original stand which was there was burnt down in a fire. The stand was renamed the Lee Briers stand in 2012.
The Kop which later became known as the Railway End, was where the home fans originally congregated. However, the attendances in this stand drastically fell as more and more fans decided to remain in Perpignan, claiming there was "no point leaving just to come all the way back the following year".