Home of Basford United FC

Opened 1991

Capacity 1,600

Rating: 4.4

(282) Google Reviews

A lovely tidy ground with a couple of seated stands and plenty of open terracing. Loads of free car parking and space to expand should they wish, great staff and volunteers and an all round good day out
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6 months ago
Lovely new pitch, very nice people. Support local!
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2 weeks ago
Saw them play Ashton United. The price of drinks varied every time I went to the bar, food was okay. Grass pitches look horrific and the prices they charge for using them is embarrassing. Car park is a shambles and the chairman is a tosser who can't take criticism, don't put yourself all over social media if you can't take the backlash. No surprise the club is heading the way it is.
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4 months ago
Not such a bad non league ground, food was good to be fair but not much cover if it rains and I heard a few complaints about the loos. However that’s non league for you.
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5 months ago

History (from Wikipedia)

Shortly after their formation, the club began playing at the Dolly Tub pitch, which later became the Highbury housing estate.[2] They moved to Catchems Corner in 1903, remaining there until moving to Vernon Avenue in 1930.[2] They subsequently moved to Mill Street, before Greenwich Avenue became their home ground in 1991 after Mill Street was used for housing.[2]

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