DW StadiumThe DW Stadium was known as the JJB Stadium before August 2009, when it changed its name. It is a dual-purpose sports stadium located within the Robin Park retail complex in Wigan, Greater Manchester, opened and built in 1999
Its current capacity is 25,135, although its record attendance was in 2008 when 25,133 people witnessed Manchester United play Wigan Athletic in the title-deciding match of the 2007–08 Premier League season.
The stadium's surroundings are mostly urban, as it is located in the north of Wigan's Robin Park retail complex in the western suburb of Newtown, on the south bank of the Leeds and Liverpool Canal, west of the Miry Lane industrial estate. The stadium's car parks are situated around the canal, and can hold up to 2,500 cars.
How To Get There:
From North (M6):
Leave M6 at Junction 27
(Wigan/Standish) at top of slip road turn left heading for Standish.
Follow road to T-Junction then turn right.
Follow road for approx. 1 mile then turn left into Wigan Road as signposted.
Follow road for approx. 2-3 miles until you reach large crossroad controlled by traffic lights.
Turn right, continue under bridge, then turn left (opposite Rover dealers) at slip road into Stadium Way, past the DW Soccer Dome into Car parking spaces around the Stadium.
From South (M6):
Leave M6 at Junction 25
At end of slip road turn left at roundabout onto dual carriageway heading into Wigan
Follow carriageway (A49) for approx. 2 miles to crossroads controlled by traffic lights next to Fire Station and opposite ASDA
Turn left and follow the road to traffic lights opposite Rover dealer.
Turn right at lights into Stadium Way, past the DW Soccer Dome into Car parking spaces around the Stadium.
Country: United Kingdom