Ramsbottom United's Harry Williams Riverside Stadium in Greater Manchester is situated between Ramsbottom Cricket Club, the East Lancashire Railway line and the River Irwell. The stadium has the distinction of being accessible by stream train and is named after the club's long-serving chairman. Ramsbottom acquired seats from Maine Road after its demolition and have used these to expand the stadium.

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