Home of AFC Telford United

Opened 2003

Capacity 6,300

Rating: 4.2

(416) Google Reviews

Cracking non league stadium and run like a National League club. Food was superb. Great result for my team but .... Its just a shame that for a ground with so much space around it, its a parking cash cow. Never again. Ruined the day.
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5 months ago
Lovely staff and very accommodating for any supporters, views around the ground are all good and unrestricted.
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11 months ago
One of the best non-league grounds & home to AFC Telford United
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a month ago
Telford United actually play in Wellington so if you are travelling by train get off at Welllington. A nice 15 minute walk to the ground. Bucks Head Stadium was given a facelift a while ago and is now an impressive non- league ground. Finished in 2003, the capacity ia 6300 with 2200 of that seated. What I liked about it was that both ends are terraced. Disabled access can ve found next to the club shop. Car park facilities are available at the ground at a reasonable price.
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5 years ago
Great venue. Smart and clean. Boxes are fab. Field looked amazing.
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5 years ago
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History (from Wikipedia)

New Bucks Head is a stadium in WellingtonShropshireEngland and the home of Conference National football club A.F.C. Telford United. It was originally built for Telford United to play at before they went bankrupt. The stadium is on the same site as the original Bucks Head, which had been home to Telford United and Wellington Town for over a century. The stadium was completed in 2003, and has a capacity of 6,300. It is covered on three out of four sides. The stadium lease and assets are currently held by Telford and Wrekin Council.

The stadium regularly hosts 
Wolverhampton Wanderers F.C. reserve fixtures. When Steven Gerrard returned from injury in the Liverpool Reserves it attracted one of the biggest crowds the stadium has ever seen.[1] The stadium played host to the National youth lions cup final in the 2006–07 season involving Sandiacre Town and Milton United.[citation needed] It has also been used for international football, hosting England U16's against Wales U16's in the Victory Shield.

Things to do in Telford.

Thomas Botfield Wetherspoons.

11 Reviews
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As a rule, I don't like wetherspoons anyway, but its a cheap meeting place to start a multi person bar crawl. It was a busy time, and although a bit grubby,... Read More

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Only used this place once and it was packed out (weekend lunchtime). Even so the food I ordered came in good time and was well cooked. Usual good choice of... Read More

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It's a Wetherpoons. I've only really gone in there for the breakfasts - which are cracking value. Really nice toast, good butter as well, and decent... Read More

Hoo Farm Animal Kingdom.

8 Reviews
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Excellent family day out in Telford, Shropshire, with an excellent array of British, and exotic animals. Reasonably priced (And admission included if you... Read More

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I used to visit this place all the time when I was little and I would love to see all the different animals here I remember once I went on a school trip... Read More

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Hoo Farm is a large child friendly farm based near Telford in Shropshire. My boyfriend and I visited Hoo Farm when we saw on a flyer that they were holding... Read More