Postcode: WF7 5EN
Ground name: Bigfellas Stadium
Address: Post Office Road, Featherstone, West Yorkshire, WF7 5EN
Home to: Featherstone Rovers
Record attendance: 17,531 against St Helens, 1959
Description of the ground: A traditional-style rugby league ground, Post Office Road has a clubhouse alongside one side of the pitch, with the opposite stand an all seater with a roof. The two ends behind the sticks are terracing, where away fans are often situated in either half. Although not as steep as Mount Pleasant at Batley, there is a slope from one end to the other. Once you’re in through the turnstiles, there’s plenty of room behind the stand where refreshment kiosks, merchandise stalls and programme sellers are situated. Back in 2006, the ground was renamed to the Chris Moyles Stadium, after the Radio 1 DJ, as the club aimed to drive publicity. It was previously known as the Lionheart Stadium thanks to a sponsorship deal with UK Coal.
Transport (bus, rail, car etc): If going by car, leave the M62 at Junction 31 and follow the A645, and then turn left on to Station Lane. Featherstone railway station is approximately three miles from the ground, but there is public transport.
Parking: There is a small club car park primarily for home fans, but there are plenty of side streets around the ground to park up.
Food & drink (inside and outside the ground): The ground is just a small walk from the main street where there are takeaways and newsagents, while there are usually burger bars within the ground to get refreshments.