Cracking ground with a very good atmosphere. Tickets were cheap, pies were delicious and beers were tasty but pricy - 6 quid is scandalous. 6 foot 5 and taller men may struggle with leg room.
Seriously the pie was super. 4 STARS.
Our 1st away trip to AFC Fylde. Free parking at the stadium if you are lucky enough to get a space. When the club parking is full there is a overflow car park that charges £5 to park.
The stadium is new. The away section has a small seated area in the main stand and a standing section behind the goal.
Facilities are good. Catering area was small, Food did take a long time to arrive but the bar was quick to get drinks.
The pitch was good the only negative comment, come about the small advertisements boards around the pitch caused one of rochdale players to be seriously injured. I hope Fylde get this changed before anyone gets injured.
Overall a nice ground to visit,
What a great Club. Visited as an Away fan. Wonderful facilities - Bradley's bar (outside but attached to Stadium) for drink or food before kick-off, toilet facilities well maintained, small food bar for snacks inside the ground - very friendly & helpful staff from start to finish. Well done AFC Fylde. 5 star rating!
On 19 January 2008, AFC Fylde announced plans to move from their current ground at Kellamergh Park in the village of Warton to a then unnamed location, and in February 2010 unveiled plans for a new Community Sports Complex in Wrea Green; however, the planning application was rejected by Fylde Council in April 2012. On 3 September 2013, the club announced that new plans had been drawn up for a £18 million multi-sport development, Mill Farm Sports Village, on the outskirts of Wesham. As well as a 6,000-capacity Football League standard football stadium with supporters' facilities, the development would include community sports pitches, sports science facilities, and commercial opportunities including a supermarket. The planning application for the stadium and associated facilities was accepted by Fylde Borough Council on 4 June 2014. The Preston architecture company the Frank Whittle Partnership Limited (the FWP group), who have been involved in the successful design and delivery of a number of other football stadiums in Lancashire  was chosen to design the sporting village. The prime developer chosen was Warden Construction Limited, also of Preston. Construction began in March 2015  and was completed by the middle of 2016 . The ground opened on 13 August 2016  for the club's first National League North match of the season against Brackley Town. The final cost of the sports village was approximately £25 million.
Design and Facilities The main structure within Mill Farm Sports Village is the football stadium.
The stadium is designed to hold up to 6,000 spectators in three stands. The main grandstand offers 2,000 seats and hospitality areas, and the east and south stands provide covered terracing. The stadium is described as "simple yet elegant"; it is decorated almost solely in black and white colours for its outer/inner cladding and combines a smooth, curved roof. Customer facilities include:
290-seat sports bar ("Bradley's") featuring over 20 large-screen TVs