Home of Altrincham FC

Opened 1910

Capacity 6,085

Rating: 4.3

(284) Google Reviews

Nice enough. food a little on the expensive side £9 for pie. chips, peas and gravy but very good. Not sure that the barrier openings on the terrace meet with any health and safety guidelines options being go through the opening sideways or limbo under the barriers
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a week ago
Non league football at its finest. A great community club and family friendly.
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6 months ago
Another very "dated" ground with no covering above a terrace in need or repair. Playing surface was fine. Parking is all street parking and if you arrive late expect something of a hunt and a trek.
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5 months ago
nice little ground but dont sit in stand tiny seats with absolutely no leg room my legs were knees were dug into seat in front could not move one inch finally had to move to standing area
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a month ago
I was working around Altrincham and south Manchester today 😊 thanks to the club for letting me onto the pitch as I used to watch them as a kid ⚽ Dreams come true 👍
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7 months ago
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History (from Wikipedia)

Moss Lane (currently known as the J. Davidson Stadium for sponsorship purposes) is a multi-purpose stadium in AltrinchamGreater Manchester, England. It is currently used primarily for football matches and is the home ground of Altrincham. The stadium also hosts games for Manchester United's under 17s side, and women's development team, as well as serving as a backup home venue for Manchester United W.F.C..[1]

The stadium comprises two all-seater stands on one side with a combined capacity of 1,323 spectators and terraces on the other three sides, giving a total capacity of 6,085.
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Chorley Borough RLFC moved to Moss Lane for the 1989–90 season and renamed themselves Trafford Borough RLFC. Trafford Borough played at Moss Lane for three seasons before moving to Blackpool as Blackpool Gladiators RLFC for the 1992–93 season.

Things to do in Altrincham.

Pi.

7 Reviews
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The few times I've visited Pi I've always left with a warm fuzzy feeling inside (and it's not all to do with the consumption of their lovely beer). A small... Read More

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I really love Pi and for those of you who have recently read my praise filled review of their Chorlton site will be pleased to know that all is good and... Read More

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The Unicorn.

6 Reviews
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This is a typical wetherspoons in Altrincham. I popped in here as I had an hour to kill so decided to try out a breakfast. The quality, for the price, is... Read More

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I've been here a few times. Its easy to find, being just a short 5 minute walk up the road from the tram stop. At the end of the day, it is a... Read More

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Nice Wetherspoons pub near Altrincham town centre. They do a half decent Sunday roast - be sure to get there early as they can run out of meat and/or serve... Read More