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
Construction
Broke ground 1982
Built 1982
Opened 1982
Renovated 2006
Tenants
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.

Speedway[edit]

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]

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