IT’S less than a fortnight to go until the EFL fixture release day on Thursday, June 21, and we’re building up to it by taking a look at all the Championship stadiums Albion will be visiting in the coming season. Next up alphabetically, Millwall...
Address: The Den, Zampa Road, London, SE16 3LN.
Their home since: 1993.
Previous stadiums: Glengall Road (1885-1886); The Lord Nelson Ground (1886-1890); The Athletic Grounds (1890-1901); North Greenwich (1901-1910); The ‘Old’ Den (1910-1993).
Record attendance at current stadium: 20,093 (versus Arsenal - 10 January 1994).
Pitch dimensions: 106m x 68m (116yd x 74.5yd).
Distance from The Hawthorns: 129 miles.
Parking: There are no parking facilities at the stadium and Millwall recommend that fans travel either by rail or via official supporter coaches.
Nearest train station(s): South Bermondsey (overground - 0.3 miles from the stadium) or Canada Water (underground - 1.4 miles from the stadium).
Albion’s first visit to The ‘New’ Den: 9 October 1993 - Millwall 2-1 Albion.
Albion’s last visit to The ‘New’ Den: 12 April 2004 - Millwall 1-1 Albion.
Albion’s record at The ‘New’ Den: P5, W0, D2, L3.
Did you know… The ‘New’ Den was the first all-seater stadium built in England after the Taylor Report recommendations following the Hillsborough Disaster.