Home of AFC Telford United

Opened 2003

Capacity 6,300

Rating: 4.2

(392) Google Reviews

Nice football venue, have been a few times. Can be a huge queue for the refreshments/Snack bar. Usually, to watch Wolves women's or England youth games. Friendy staff decent parking if you get there early. Carpark machine does have a fairly large queue but can be paid at the side entrance.
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a month ago
My son started working here, so my husband dropped him off and came away with a parking fine that claimed he had been there 7 hours he didn't get out of the car so becareful where you park.
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a month ago
Good fans and nice stadium
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a month ago
Nothing was to much trouble for stewards great bunch and very fan friendly Thanks England v Germany
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a week ago
I only visited there to have my Covid jab. Overall the place is so well run and immaculately clean. I'll be going there for the next home match for sure.
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6 months 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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Been here a number of times when visiting the shopping centre and it's ok cheap and cheerful as with all wetherspoons. The service is ok the food it ok the... 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

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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This review is kinda a two parter... Today I will introduce you to Hoo Farm and tomorrow you get to hear about Wild Will's Animal Encounters (which was the... Read More