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I say areas as they do have any terracing but are flat standing.
They are are quite simple affairs with their roofs having quite a high supporting back wall and a number of supporting pillars running across the front.
In the middle of the North Terrace there is a raised television gantry, which is also timber constructed, in keeping with the design theme of the ground.
The St Mary's Road End is a sizeable covered terrace, that can accommodate around 2,500 fans.
At the moment though the Main Stand looks a bit of an odd affair.
Firstly there is a section to either side, that remains unfinished, with the necessary steelwork in place, but little else.
The Blue Bell is a traditional pub that serves real ales by Holts.If arriving at Newton Heath Metrolink, then very near to the stop is the Railway Hotel.This Joseph Holts pub also has BT and Sky Sports television and a free shuttle bus is available to take fans on the short journey up to Broadhurst Park.This end is comprised mostly of a flat standing area (i.e no terracing) and the roof covering is set back from pitchside.This lack of terrace, may cause a problem for some in viewing the match, especially if there is a large away support.
As you would expect from a new stadium, the facilities inside are very good.