smarterVENUES has various football advertising options in and around Northampton Town Football Club's PTS Academy Stadium. Whether you're looking for local or national football advertising options, smarterVENUES can help. On this page you'll find out everything you need to know about advertising at PTS Academy Stadium.
If you want huge impact advertising than giant screens are the format for you. At Northampton Town Football Club we have a giant screen over looking the pitch and ads plays before, during half time and after the game. Giant screens are actionable, noticiable and hit big numbers with the audience, making them great for all kinds of advertising.
INSIGHT AND FACTS
Northampton Town Football Club, aka The Cobblers – Founded in 1897, after meetings between the town's schoolteachers and local solicitor. The club nickname is "The Cobblers", a reference to the town's historical shoe-making industry. The Cobblers are currently in League Two, the fourth tier of the English Football League.
Disaster struck at the club’s former home, the County Ground, during December 1929, when a fire destroyed three stands, with damage valued at around £5,000. Only one stand was saved although this was charred. It was rebuilt the following year and the club stayed at the County Ground until 1994.
The Cobblers now play at the Sixfields Stadium, currently known as The PTS Academy Stadium for sponsorship reasons. It is an all-seating stadium, and has a capacity of 7,798.
The main stand is the West Stand, which holds seating for 4,000, and homes the Boardroom, the Able Print Players Lounge, the Grosvenor Cassino 1897 Suite, Carrs Bar, and changing rooms. The East Stand is the family enclosure and was commended for its facilities for disabled supporters by The Football Ground Guide.
Sheinman Opticians Stand (North) this is behind the goal and seats approximately 900. The Moulton College Stand (South) is reserved for away fans.
The club traditionally play in claret and white, and have rivalry with Peterborough United, which has endured since the 1960’s, In 1970, they lost 8–2 to Manchester United in the FA Cup fifth round. Six of the goals conceded were scored by George Best who received the match ball after it was signed by all of the Northampton players.
|12 month aggregated audience||117,300|
|Number of games guaranteed in season||23|
|League ||EFL League Two|
|Format||Number of panels|