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West Bromwich Albion: Fans call for changes to Halfords Lane stand

West Bromwich Albion: Fans call for changes to Halfords Lane stand - West Brom

A number of West Brom fans have called for changes to be made to the West Stand, often known as Halfords Lane, at The Hawthorns.

Twitter channel @BaggiesHQ asked followers to identify one thing they would like to change about the stadium, with many focusing on the 3,773-capacity stand, the smallest at The Hawthorns.

As per wba.co.uk, Halfords Lane is the oldest surviving squad at Albion’s home ground and has been redeveloped on multiple occasions since it first opened in 1981. It is from underneath this stand that the players emerge from the dressing rooms prior to kick-off and it also houses the club’s board room and media facilities.

Although West Brom are currently second in the Championship table, their 26,850-capacity venue is only the 12th largest in the division for the number of spectators it can hold, with Sheffield Wednesday able to accommodate 13,000 more fans at Hillsborough. [via TransferMarkt]

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These Baggies fans on Twitter all cited Halfords Lane as one part of The Hawthorns that they would like to see being changed:

West Brom fans, do you think Halfords Lane needs to be modernised or expanded? Is it your least favourite thing about The Hawthorns? Join in the discussion by commenting below!


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