Home of Basford United FC

Opened 1991

Capacity 1,600

Rating: 4.4

(254) Google Reviews

Saw them play Ashton United. The price of drinks varied in price every time I went to the bar, good was okay. Grass pitches look horrific and prices they charge to 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
Today blidworth played against Basford, this is the first time I have been to this ground in the 20 years I have played football. The 4g pitch was lovely, we had a few problems with there upfront player being stupidly mardy because she couldn't get past our defenders, she kicked the ball off the pitch and was just rude but the rest of the team was lovely. When we turned up there was a few different kids games on the 4g pitch and we only had 15mins to warm up before the match, this caused a few injuries. Once the game was finished we was rushed off the pitch so that the first team could warm up. My biggest concern is the bar... £5 for a drink!!! And she only charged me £5 because that is what she saw in my hand, for the future there must be set prices for drinks and the staff should know what they are selling as only 1 members of staff knew what drinks they had. All in all a great day but could do with some improvements.
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3 months ago
Nice clubhouse with draught beer. Toilets are outside and a bit basic. Grounds and pitches nicely kept
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2 months ago
Fantastic local club and friendly staff and a pleasure to visit a home game
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2 months ago
Good parking and facilities, helpful staff.
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a month ago
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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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