Steel Park, home of the Corby Town Football Club, was opened on Monday 25th July 2011. The ribbon was cut by Corby Mayor Gail McDade ahead of a 2-0 victory for the Steelmen over Football League side Notts County.
Nick Rogan scored the first goal at Steel Park against the Magpies, whilst the first competitive goal was scored by James Ozmen in a 6-1 Blue Square North victory over Bishop's Stortford.
The £1.5m stadium was designed by GSSArchitecture on behalf of Corby Borough Council.
Corby Town's first home was at the famous Occupation Road ground, which they occupied from 1948 until 1985, before moving to The Rockingham Triangle Stadium.
Steel Park includes a mainstand which was erected with room for 577 spectators. With supporters also able to stand on the terrace behind the goal and around the perimeter of the pitch, the official capacity of the stadium is 3,893.
The site also has training pitches, tennis courts, an athletics track, boardroom, sponsors lounge, social club and changing rooms.
Jimmy Kane Way,
Pitch Dimensions: 110.6 yards x 72 yards
Clubhouse Steelmen Social Club (open on match days and for other selected events)
Directions: On Northern Outskirts of town at junction of A6003 and A6116 opposite entrance of Rockingham Castle.
Nearest Railway Station: Corby Station
First Game at Steel Park: Corby Town 2-0 Notts County (25 July 2014) - Read the Match Report
First Goal scored at Steel Park: Nick Rogan (vs Notts County)
First Competitive Game at Steel Park: Corby Town 6-1 Bishop's Stortford - Read the Match Report
First Competitive Goal scored at Steel Park: James Ozmen (vs Bishop's Stortford)