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We parked the cars, and went gof a wee walk around the stadium. Went into the main entrance and request whether we can have a look. They were good enough to explain that the grounds are covered and in the middle of process of cleaning....More
Yes, it's showing it's age now, but, if you're like me and like your football grounds traditional and classic, then there's not many better!
The outside and concourse area's are looking tired now but once inside the 4 huge stands all clad in blue and...More
If you like to feel you're in a dilapidated prison then the away end at Hillsborough is the place for you.
You can call it old and traditional all you like, but they need to knock it down and start again.
A friend managed to get 2 free tickets, so tagged along. To be fair, at the prices SWFC charge for tickets, I am glad they were free.
Stewards friendly, but that's about the only good point.
Seating cramped - yes I know it's a football...More
I went with my young son (he's a lesbian) for a day out and a game of football. The place is falling to pieces and as such, I found it a dangerous place for me and my lesbian washing up liquid identifying son. I noticed...More
It's old, but old doesn't always mean classic, like a 1997 Micra made of rust, I'd rather feel secure and have facilities. Rusty, bits literally falling off, poor catering, offensive prices, and bad atmosphere.
Visited as an away fan, been before and like this ground for its 'old' traditional feel. Have been lucky before not to be behind pillar but not this time and it was real pain.
Stewarding as good, cooncourse if very cramped when full away end,...More
We were invited to a wedding reception here, the function room had plenty of tables and quite spacious with a fair size dance floor. The buffet was simple but tasty, however the bar area wasn't able to cope with the number of people attending which...More
I visited here when stoke city were playing. Let's start with the good points,
1) Friendly catering staff and ground stewards
2) well kept pitch and old fashioned turnstiles
Now the bad points,
1 )No match day parking for home or away fans. All fans...More
Response from WINGY22579 | Reviewed this property |
Hi I visited on a Sunday morning, had to walk to the memorial If you are visiting in the week I would check with the Football Club as there looked like there was one there, but it was closed to us. Good Luck