The Mend-A-Hose Jungle is the home of Super League side Castleford Tigers. The club moved to the stadium in 1927 after the completion of their first season (1926–27) as a senior rugby league club.
North Stand (standing) – The Wheldon Road End is a covered standing terrace and is considered the Kop end of the ground as it is particularly used by Castleford supporters.
East Stand (capacity: 2,000, seating: 1,500) – The Main Stand in the east end of the ground houses 1,500 seats as well as the changing rooms and tunnel. About two thirds of the stand is uncovered terracing each side of the Main Stand. The clubs pavilion is situated at this side of the ground. Most of the bars and food outlets are at this side of the ground inside the marquee.
South Stand (standing) – The Railway End is at the south of the ground. It is an uncovered standing terrace, with a supporters’ club, executive boxes and a scoreboard along its top. It is mainly used by away supporters.
West Stand (standing) – The Princess Street Stand is at the west of the ground. It is almost identical to the Wheldon Road End. It is completely covered and houses the TV and commentary gantry.