|Location||Sportcity, Manchester, England|
|Owner||Manchester City Council|
|Operator||Manchester Sport and Leisure Trust|
|Construction cost||£3.5 million|
|Architect||Faulkner Browns with TTH Architects|
|Main contractors||John Laing|
Paralympic World Cup (2005–present)
Belle Vue Racers
Manchester City Reserves (2003–2010)
Manchester City Women(2003–2014)
Northwich Manchester Villa (2015–2016)
Manchester Central F.C. (2016–present)
Manchester Rangers (2015–2019)
It was originally developed as the warm-up track for the 2002 Commonwealth Games held at the adjacent City of Manchester Stadium. It has hosted the AAA Championships and Paralympic World Cup, and was the reserve home ground of the Manchester City reserve team prior to moving to Ewen Fields in June 2010. It also served as the home of the Manchester City Ladies' side until their move to the adjacent Academy Stadium in the Etihad Campus in 2014.
With both Manchester City teams moving out of the ground by the beginning of 2015, their tenure was replaced by amateur rugby league side Manchester Rangers.
- "Manchester Rangers hint at professional future after Eastlands move". loverugbyleague.com. 25 February 2015. Retrieved 25 February 2015.
- "Manchester Regional Arena". Leisure, Libraries and Culture: Sports, Clubs and Leisure Centres. Manchester City Council. Retrieved 28 July 2009.[permanent dead link]
- "Manchester Regional Arena". Venues. Manchester Sport and Leisure Trust. Retrieved 28 July 2009.
- "Manchester Regional Arena". Venues. Sportcity. Retrieved 28 July 2009.
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