Take to the stands at The Hawthorns
Home of West Bromwich Albion Football Club, The Hawthorns is an impressive all-seater stadium in West Bromwich, West Midlands. The first Football League ground to be erected in the 20th century, construction was completed in 1900. One of the tallest stadiums of all the grounds in the premier league, The Hawthorns has a capacity of 26,850, and regularly fills its stands with each exciting fixture.
Tours of the Hawthorns
Dedicated fans of West Bromwich Albion may be interested in taking a look around the inner areas of The Hawthorns with the stadium’s behind-the-scenes tour. Expert tour guides will walk you through private areas of one of Britain’s oldest football grounds, dropping interesting facts and helping you understand the most significant turning points in the club’s extensive history. From the manager’s dugouts to the home and away dressing rooms to the club’s amazing collection of memorabilia, any West Bromwich Fan will love these tours.
Tear down the Miner’s Trail
Keen athletes visiting The Hawthorns may want to take a short trip to Sandwell Valley, and try the exciting Miner’s Trail mountain bike track. With bike hire facilities Nearby, this trail includes 3km of dirt track, with sections suitable for all skill levels. Free to use and open all year around, sports nuts in the area should certainly make some time to try the Miner’s Trail.
Looking for a cheap hotel Near West Bromwich Albion Football Club? Travelodge West Bromwich Hotel is a 5-minute drive away, and Travelodge Birmingham Oldbury Hotel can be reached in 10 minutes.