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The ground's pitch includes four stands — the East Terrace, the North Terrace, the West Stand, and South Stand. . Stevenage subsequently reached the , the club's first season in the Football League, following a sixth-place finish. Archived from on 14 April 2008. Archived from on 9 September 2005. Archived from on 8 November 2011.

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The victory meant that Stevenage were the first team to win a competitive final at the new. Archived from on 26 May 2012. Position Player 22 at until 1 January 2020 26 at until 30 June 2020 No. Despite winning the league in the , the club were denied promotion to due to insufficient ground facilities. The offer closed on July 31, 2019 at which time the club announced that over 150 individuals from around the world had purchased shares totaling over £300,000. Archived from on 26 April 2005. Despite earning a vast amount of revenue from the two respective cup runs, news emerged that the club were in financial difficulties and that the chairman, Victor Green, was going to close the club down if no buyer was found.

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In January 2013, the club announced they were due to present plans to replace the existing North Terrace with a new £1. Three—quarters of the terrace is covered, whilst one—quarter is open and without cover. Archived from on 17 November 2015. Stevenage earned back-to-back promotions when they beat 1—0 at in the. In January 2009, Stevenage announced that they had signed a seven-figure sponsorship deal with the Lamex Food Group, resulting in the renaming of Broadhall Way to The Lamex Stadium. During the same season, the club reached the First Round of the for the first time, but lost 2—1 to club at.

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Archived from on 15 May 2012. With the council as their landlords and a refurbished stadium, Stevenage Borough took on senior status and joined the in the same year. Archived from on 12 September 2009. A new set of were installed before the start of the club's. Archived from on 16 July 2011.

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The stand also has an in the centre of the roof, which was installed in 2001, making it visible to home supporters. The stand was built in 2001, costing £600,000. After two fourth-placed finishes, under the new management of , the club won promotion during the , winning 34 of their 42 games, including every match played at home, scoring 122 goals and amassing 107 points. Archived from on 29 September 2014. Archived from on 28 January 2012. Archived from on 3 March 2011.

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The following season, Westley retained the majority of the squad and Stevenage found themselves in first place by. The following season, the club reached the Fourth Round where they drew club at Broadhall Way. The stand can hold a capacity of 700 people, and also offers facilities for disabled fans. Consequently, in the early 2000s, the ground was upgraded, with a new £600,000 stand opening, including an executive suite underneath. Stevenage subsequently beat Newcastle 3—1 at Broadhall Way, the first time the club had ever beaten first tier opposition.

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Borough held Newcastle to a 1—1 draw, with equalising after had put Newcastle ahead. The scoreboard was replaced in October 2011. However, the Broadhall Way pitch was subsequently dug up for non-footballing purposes after sold the land to a local businessman, who dug a trench across the full length of the pitch to ensure no football was played. However, the newly formed Stevenage Borough moved into Broadhall Way in 1980 as a result of the re-purchasing the stadium. Archived from on 21 July 2009. Consequently, the new club started out playing in the Chiltern Youth league on a roped-off pitch at the town's King George V playing fields, and moved up to intermediate status, joining the Wallspan Southern Combination shortly after.

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In July 2017, the club asked fans to contribute towards a mini-bond investment scheme, through sports investment platform Tifosy, in an attempt to fund the remaining £500,000 needed to go towards developing the new North Stand. Shortly after Westley's departure, Boro' announced the appointment of former— boss, as their new manager. For a statistical breakdown by season, see. Following three promotions in four seasons in the early 1990s, the club were promoted to the in 1994. Opposite the North Terrace is the South Stand, which is a single tiered, all-seated covered stand. Stevenage's first ever Football League fixture was against in August 2010, ending in a 2—2 draw at Broadhall Way. The North Terrace was demolished in January 2018.

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