Gigg Lane
Gigg Lane is an all-seater football stadium in Bury, Greater Manchester, England. Historically within Lancashire, it was built for Bury F.C. in 1885, and has been their home ever since. The first match to be played at Gigg Lane was a friendly between Bury and Wigan Athletic on 12 September 1885, which Bury won 4-3. The stadium has had permanent floodlights since 1953, although the first floodlit match to be played there took place in 1889, before the Football League had authorised the use of floodlights in competitive matches. Its current capacity is 11,840. The Manchester Road Stand is the largest stand at Gigg Lane. It contains a pattern of blue and white seats that spell out "BURY" and is home to the club's electronic scoreboard. Bury F.C. own Gigg Lane outright.

Other uses
The stadium has been used for many sports other than football, such as rugby league, cricket, baseball and lacrosse. It has also been used by football clubs other than Bury: Manchester United and Bolton Wanderers have hosted reserve-team matches at the ground, and FC United have shared the ground since the 2005-06 season. Recently, Manchester United footballer, Anderson, filmed a television advert for Adidas on the pitch at Gigg Lane. Recently renamed the family stand to the Les Hart stand. In 1996, the stadium was used as the filming location for the TV film based on the Hillsborough disaster of 1989 - where 96 Liverpool F.C. fans died as a result of a crush on the stadium's terraces. Hillsborough was seen as an unsuitable location for the film, partly to avoid causing further distress to survivors and bereaved families, and partly because the appearance of Gigg Lane was more akin to the 1989 Hillsborough than the actual stadium was seven years after the tragedy due to redevelopment.