The Crown Oil Arena, more commonly known as Spotland Stadium, is currently home to Rochdale Hornets Rugby League Club and Rochdale Football Club. The stadium has a capacity of 10,249.
Spotland Stadium was selected as a venue for the 2013 Rugby League World Cup hosting a match between Fiji and Ireland. This was the first time that Rochdale has staged an event in a World Cup in any sport. The event was sold out with almost 9,000 people attending.
The ground has four stands: the Co-Operative Stand (or Main Stand), the Thwaites Beer Stand (the Sandy Lane End), the T.D.S Stand (Pearl Street end) and the Westrose Leisure Stand (the Willbutts Lane Stand). All are fully seated, apart from the Sandy Lane End, which is a small terrace behind one of the goals.
Inside the Crown Oil Arena, the main lounge is open to home and away fans at no additional premium. You can access by going through the turnstiles and using the door situated at the back of the stand. Post-match presentation will take place in the main lounge and are open to all.