The JJB Stadium is a football stadium in Wigan near Manchester in England. It is the current home stadium of Wigan Athletic football club and the Wigan Warriors rugby club. The stadium is named after the sportswear company JJB Sports. Its current capacity is 25,138 seated in four single-tier stands and its record attendance was in 2008 when 25,133 people witnessed Manchester United play Wigan Athletic in the title deciding match of the 2007–08 Premier League season
Inauguration: 4 August 1999
Costs: 30 million pounds
Capacity: 25,138 seats
Pitch dimensions: 110*60
Record Attendance: 25,023; Wigan-Liverpool, 2006
The JJB Stadium
Robin Park Complex
Train: Wigan Wallgate Station. The stadium is a 10 minute walk from the station.
From the north on M6: Get off M6 at Junction 27. Turn left at the end. Continue and turn right on T junction towards Shevington. After 1.5 km turn left towards B5375 Standish Lower-Ground. Continue and turn right on the traffic lights towards Scot Lane Str. First turn left is the car parking, second turn is main entrance.
From the south/west on M6: Get off M6 at Junction 25. Turn left at the end towards A49 Wigan. Take the second exit signed A49 Standish into Robin Park Road. Follow the signs to the stadium.
From the east on M6: Get off M61 at Junction 6 towards Horwich A6027. Get off the first exit on the roundabout (don`t take Exit 5 towards Wigan). Turn left on Aspull Roundabout. Continue and pass Earl of Balcarres Pub and turn right at the traffic lights. Continue and take left on the next. Go on till merging with the second lane on the right onto Caroline Str. Following the Orrell sign. Continue left and pass B&Q on the left. Continue under the railway bridge on the right lane and turn onto Robin Park. Follow the signs to the stadium.