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Gainsborough600The Northolme – commonly known as The Chapel – in Gainsborough, Lincolnshire, is among England's oldest stadiums, dating back to 1853. First used for cricket, the Northolme has been home to Conference North's Gainsborough Trinity since the club was established in 1873. The ground has a capacity of 4,304 these days, and it was purchased by the supporters' club more than a decade ago.

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