Home of Alfreton Town FC

Opened 1959

Capacity 3,600

Rating: 4

(338) Google Reviews

Football always gets a 5 star did queue for quite a while in away end for food but it was a bumper crowd for FA Cup.
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4 months ago
A very pleasant day out. The ground has good facilities for able bodied and disabled supporters. The food in the visiting support area is a bit bland. But the stewards and staff were all very pleasant and knew their jobs. Worth a visit!
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5 months ago
Good ground other than the bit where we waited until there were 5 minutes until kick off and then the game gets postponed. Add to that when we played the replay we played terrible but doesn't matter. Solid ground and the cup of tea was nice
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3 months ago
A great little football club which I visited with the away fans from Macclesfield. Staff from the turnstiles to the concession stands were super friendly and helpful and food + drinks prices were very reasonable. If your team is playing away here it's a decent ground to visit.
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5 months ago
Pitch in good order despite how much rain had fallen, ground a little dated however well maintained, stewards were very welcoming and helpful. Only gripe being that the hot drinks were tepid at best, not ideal on a cold and damp Saturday afternoon.
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5 months ago

History (from Wikipedia)

North Street, currently known as the Impact Arena for sponsorship purposes, is a football stadium in AlfretonDerbyshire, England. It is the home of Alfreton Town who currently play in the National League North. The stadium has a capacity is 3,600, of which 1,500 is seated.[1]

Between 1986 and 1988, it was home to a 
rugby league team called Mansfield Marksman.[2] It has two seated stands and one standing stand. The fourth side contains a bar and the changing rooms. Alfreton recently unveiled plans to move to a new all-seater stadium in the near future, but this would depend on Alfreton's return to and then success in the Conference National.

Central Midlands League's League Cup Final takes place at North Stadium, and has done so since 2000/01.

Things to do nearby.

Crich Tramway Village.

6 Reviews
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The hike from the railway station is a steep climb to the village and when I arrived, I was in tram (streetcar) heaven. If you must know what it is like... Read More

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We visited this place totally by accident and loved it. The nature trail was so unexpected and really impressive. We were so surprised by the size of the... Read More

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I took my small son to Crich Tramway Village for their special Thomas the Tank Engine day. Wow! What a great day out. From the moment we arrived by a very... Read More


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Excellent food, good choice of non-standard Indian restaurant dishes. Can't remember what it was called but we had a chicken dish with tamarind that was... Read More

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Oh. My. God. I've been eating at Jeera for four years now, and if I had a choice, I don't think I'd ever eat at another Indian cuisine restaurant ever... Read More

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Always a pleasure to visit Jeera. We tend to choose it for special occasions when my fiancĂ© ' family visit us from Cambridge and they love it as much as we... Read More