St Boniface Arena

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St Boniface Arena
Former names St Boniface's Playing Fields
Location Coypool Road, Plymouth, England
Coordinates 50°23′27″N 4°4′59″W / 50.39083°N 4.08306°W / 50.39083; -4.08306Coordinates: 50°23′27″N 4°4′59″W / 50.39083°N 4.08306°W / 50.39083; -4.08306
Owner St Boniface's Catholic College
Operator Plymouth Devils
Capacity 2000
Surface Grass/Speedway Track
Broke ground 1982
Built 1982
Opened 1982
Renovated 2006
St Boniface's Catholic College (1982-present)
Plymouth Devils (2006–present)

St Boniface Arena is a rugby field and speedway venue in Plymouth, Devon. It is situated adjacent to the River Plym near Marsh Mills.

The Stadium[edit]

The stadium dates back to 1982 and has hosted speedway since 2006. The stadium has recently been upgraded by the owner, speedway promoter Mike Bowden.


The stadium is the home of the Plymouth Devils who currently compete in the Premier League.

School Playing Fields[edit]

St Boniface's Catholic College use half of their ground as a school playing field. The field is also used by Plympton Victoria Rugby Club.[1]

See also[edit]