AFC Sudbury for the away match against Norwich City Women.
A really nice ground, friendly atmosphere, lots of parking, disabled (that's wheelchair) friendly. Clubhouse bar quickly dispensed alcohol, soft drinks available, tea coffee, chips and burgers, friendly staff.
Toilets clean and tidy. The atmosphere was friendly, even though they and didn't deserve to.
A good friendly place. Had a really nice time.
A.F.C. Sudbury play their home games at the 2,500 capacity King's Marsh Stadium in the Ballingdon-Brundon area of Sudbury, previously home to Sudbury Wanderers. Between June 2010 and August 2014, due to a sponsorship deal, the ground was officially titled The MEL Group Stadium. At the time of A.F.C. Sudbury's formation the ground consisted of two pitches, a training area, clubhouse, floodlights, a 200-seat stand on the West side of the main pitch and covered ends behind the goals. A 300-capacity terrace (the Shed) was constructed on the East side of the pitch in 2000 and houses the more vocal section of the crowd. A new clubhouse, also containing a grassroots football and education centre, was completed in 2010. The ground is fully enclosed by fencing and there are turnstiles at the main entrance.