Bristol Rovers have played at the Memorial Stadium since 1996, having previously played at a number of stadiums including the Eastville Stadium and Twerton Park. The Memorial Stadium dates from 1921, dedicated to the memory of local Rugby Union players killed during the First World War.
The stadium is a weird mixture of stands. The West Stand looks high and a bit incongruous as it towers over all the other stands. The Blackthorn End is a small covered terrace behind one goal, while the East Stand is a combination of both covered seating, terracing, and an open terrace either side. Away fans are usually in the East Stand, in an area open to the elements, so you might get wet if it rains, plus it is difficult for away fans to really generate some noise from this area. Up to 1,100 away supporters can be accommodated on this terrace. If the weather is poor then it may be a better bet to head for one of the seats that are made available to away fans in the Brunel Group (South) Stand at one end of the ground. Although the stand is of the temporary variety it is covered, although it does have a number of supporting pillars running across the front of it that may get in the way a bit.
Ticket prices range from £25 for an adult down to £21 for a 16-21, £11 for u-16 and £6 for u-11.