|Plymouth Albion (2003- )|
Brickfields Recreation Ground is a sports stadium and multi-sport complex in Devonport, Plymouth, England. It is run by EveryoneActive on behalf of Plymouth City Council, and is the home ground of Rugby Union team Plymouth Albion of the National League 1, who moved there in 2003, after leaving their old ground at Beacon Park. The highest crowd was 6871, for a match against local rivals Exeter Chiefs in October 2008.
Following Albion's relegation to the National League 1 in 2015, the North stand of the rugby stadium which read "PARFC" in white seats, was demolished, and attendances dropped down to roughly 1,000 per match. Albion have two marquee tents next to the East and South stands that they hire out as a venue for receptions.
- An Artificial turf football/hockey pitch
- Three grass football pitches
- One grass rugby pitch
- Athletics facilities
- Pétanque facilities
- A generic sports hall
- An exercise studio
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