Newport Stadium
Newport Stadium is a football and athletics stadium in Newport. It is currently the home of Newport County A.F.C., Llanwern F.C. and Newport Harriers Athletic Club. Albion Rovers F.C. had also previously called it home. The Stadium, which is owned and managed by Newport City Council, has been upgraded to Football Conference standard in recent years and has a crowd capacity of 4,700. The Stadium is part of the City of Newport International Sports Village, which includes the Wales National Velodrome. The grandstand seats 1,100 spectators and there is a large covered terrace on the opposite side of the pitch, a small-uncovered terrace behind the one goal and a flat standing area behind the other goal. The stadium has a sizeable car park but there is often insufficient parking availability on Newport County match days. The grandstand side also includes the BarAmber licensed bar that serves hot food and features a large-screen projection TV, Amber Sports, the Newport County club shop, along with other refreshment and toilet facilities. A food stand and toilets are located on the covered terrace side. The stadium can accommodate international-standard track and field athletic events and is of Class 1 standard. The stadium floodlighting can achieve up to an average of 500 Lux. Newport RFC plan to build a new 15,000 capacity rugby stadium on the Rodney Parade site therefore Newport Stadium may become an option for the rugby union teams that currently play at Rodney Parade during the redevelopment.

In 2004, Newport Stadium was upgraded to Football Conference standard. The upgrading included a new main covered Terrace built on the old one at the Traston Road side of the ground, commonly referred to within the club as The Shed. A new terrace was also built at the Spytty Road End. When Newport County played Blackpool in the 2001”“02 FA Cup, a temporary stand was erected right behind the goal at the Spytty Road End, (at that time there was only the Grandstand and a very small terrace). When Newport County played Swansea City in the 2006”“07 FA Cup, a temporary stand was erected behind the goal at the Cricket Ground End.

Attendance records
The record attendance at the ground without temporary stands is 4,300 (a capacity crowd at the time) against Manchester United in the 2003”“04 season. With the addition of a temporary stand, the record attendance stands at 4,616 against Swansea City in the 2006”“07 season.