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Capacity: 23,408 (all seated) Address: Sir Tom Finney Way, Preston, PR1 6RU Telephone: 03 Ticket Office: 03 Pitch Size: 110 x 77 yards Pitch Type: Grass Club Nickname: The Lilywhites Year Ground Opened: 1875* Undersoil Heating: No Shirt Sponsors: 888 sport Kit Manufacturer: Nike Home Kit: White and Navy Away Kit: Navy With White Sash With the addition of the new Invincibles Pavilion Stand in 2008, it now means that Deepdale has now been completely re-built in recent years.What was a great looking stadium, is now an even a better one as the new stand completely fills the remaining side of what was the Pavilion side of the ground.The first of these stands to be built was the Sir Tom Finney Stand in 1995.This was followed by the Bill Shankly Kop in 1998 and the Alan Kelly Stand in 2001.The pub does charge for parking (£3) but this can be redeemed against a purchase at the bar.
First there is St Gregory's Catholic Club, which is around a five minute walk away on Blackpool Road.James Pritchett adds to get to the Sumners; ' Make sure you go towards Sainsburys and away from the Town Centre and it should take five minutes.As you go past Sainsburys turn right at the lights and it is half way up the hill. The pub welcomes a mix of away and home support and are friendly towards families.There is not a great deal in the way of pubs in close proximity to the ground.
Further up Tom Finney Way (which used to be called Deepdale Road) from the stadium, is Sumners.
Three sides of the stadium are composed of some excellent looking all seater stands, complete with some spectacular looking floodlights.