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Flamingo Land Stadium
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Scarborough, North Yorkshire, UK

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01 Oct 22 Scarborough Athletic  -  Curzon
08 Oct 22 Scarborough Athletic  -  Kettering Town
15 Oct 22 Buxton F.C.  -  Scarborough Athletic
22 Oct 22 Scarborough Athletic  -  AFC Telford
25 Oct 22 Alfreton Town  -  Scarborough Athletic

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27 Sep 22 Curzon  2 - 0  Scarborough Athletic
24 Sep 22 Banbury  2 - 1  Scarborough Athletic
17 Sep 22 Scarborough Athletic  3 - 2  Dunston UTS
13 Sep 22 Scarborough Athletic  3 - 2  Chorley
03 Sep 22 Farsley Celtic  2 - 4  Scarborough Athletic

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Scarborough Athletic Football Club is an English association football club representing Scarborough, North Yorkshire. The club was formed on 25 June 2007 as a phoenix club following the winding up of Scarborough Football Club. After spending their first ten seasons groundsharing at Bridlington Town, the club moved into a new stadium, Flamingo Land Stadium in Scarborough in July 2017. The club currently play in the National League North.

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Stadium or Home

Flamingo Land Stadium in Scarborough, North Yorkshire, England, is the home ground of Scarborough Athletic F.C.

Construction of the stadium started in 2016 with the final opening coming in 2017. The name is taken from the main sponsor of the site, Flamingo Land, which is off the A169 road between Malton and Pickering.

The first match to be played at the stadium was a friendly on 15 July 2017 versus a Sheffield United XI.

The stadium originally had a capacity 2,070 people, with 250 seats, but since the building of a new stand in summer 2019, the capacity has increased to 2,833 with 586 seats.

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