The Keepmoat Stadium is a multi-purpose stadium in Doncaster, England, with a capacity of 15,231. It is the current home of Doncaster Rugby League club.
Doncaster’s first game in the new stadium was against Sheffield Eagles, to whom they lost 16–10 in front of 5,400 spectators. Sheffield Eagles (and former Dons’) Richard Newlove was the first player to score try at the new stadium.
On Sunday 27 July 2008, the Keepmoat Stadium hosted a semi-final of the Rugby League Challenge Cup between Hull and Wakefield Trinity. Hull beat Trinity 32–24 in front of a crowd of 14,716.
The stadium hosted the opening match of the 2009 Gillette 4 Nations on Friday 23 October between co-hosts England and France attracting a crowd of 11,529.
Rugby League Challenge Cup matches are also played at the Ground. Castleford played Leeds on Sunday 7 August 2011, Leeds winning 10-8 in front of 13,158 fans; another Challenge Cup Semi-Final between Hull FC and Wigan took place at the stadium on 29 July 2016, Hull running out 16-12 winners.
The Dons local rivals, the Sheffield Eagles, used the Keepmoat Stadium as their temporary home during the 2015 rugby league season.