The Reebok Stadium is quite simply one of the most impressive stadia in the country, and is very imposing on the Bolton skyline. The design is currently unique in the country, with the lower tier of the each stand being rectangular, and all the upper tiers semi circular (see photo). As with all new stadia, the ground is totally enclosed, and offers all seating. There is a large video screen in one of the corners, with all the usual 'permitted' highlights. One final unique point about the Reebok Stadium, is that the two teams emerge from separate tunnels, both on the halfway line, either side of the pitch. I wonder how Sky deals with this on their prematch tunnel shots?
For away fans the facilities and atmosphere are excellent. Away fans are normally located the uper tier of the South stand behind one of the goal. This section will accommodate approx 3000 traveling fans. Clubs with larger followings, will also be allocated a third of the lower tier.
The refreshments within the Reebok are also excellent, with a post office type queuing system in operation. When you get to the front, you will also be met by two assistants. One to take your order and money, and the other to get your food etc.
Some would say that the only limitation for this ground is the approx 28,000 capacity. I disagree, as clearly Bolton know their audience, and have pitched the size of the stadium to match.