Steel Park, home of Corby Town Football Club, is the last word in state-of-the-art sports venues and the club is justly proud of having one of the leading grounds in Northamptonshire.
Venture into the stadium and there, among the magnificent all-seater stand, you will find a new press box, executive box and directors box, where the Corby board catch all of the action. But it is when you step back outside in the car park that you can really marvel at the stadium before you.
Walk through the players entrance and be welcomed by the directors in the board room. If you carry on through the corridor you will find the Secretary's Office, the director's box and the Manager's Office. On match days, the same buzz of excitement echoes round the corridors, as in the days of the famous Occupation Road.
In the dressing room, the shirts bear the names of the Steelmen from across the country, successors to yesterday's home-bred heroes.
So this is today's new stadium, a contemporary environment in which a positive-thinking club moves forward with a passionate regard for its history and its heritage. It is a far cry from those windy public pitches on West Glebe Park, Corby where many of the local players played their youth football.
Corby Town's first home was at the famous Occupation Road ground, which they occupied from 1948 until 1985, before moving to The Rockingham Triangle.
Steel Park includes a mainstand which was erected with room for 577 spectators. With supporters also able to stand on the terrace behind the goal and around the perimeter of the pitch, the official capacity of the stadium is 3,893.
The site also has training pitches, tennis courts, an athletics track, boardroom, sponsors lounge, social club and changing rooms.
All these features add up to an enviable package of first-class facilities which Corby Town offer.
Enter the sponsors lounge and you are in a world where the air is heady with tradition. This is the home of legends, where great names of the past live on, in the famous Trophy Cabinet and all over the walls. The display cabinet features vast quantities of silverware, porcelain, crystal and medals, all achieved by the successful Steelmen.
The Kabin, which supplies supporters with a comprehensive range of official merchandise stands opposite the main stand, by the changing rooms, and is open on match days only.
Steel Park, Rockingham Road, Corby, Northamptonshire, NN17 2AE
Pitch Dimensions: 109 yds x 70 yds
Clubhouse Steelmen Social Club (open on match days only)
Directions: On Northern Outskirts of town at junction of A6003 and A6116 opposite entrance of Rockingham Castle.