Home of Bath City FC

Opened 1909

Capacity 3,528

Rating: 4.2

(234) Google Reviews

What a magnificent nonleague ground. Instant favourite. Visited on 15/3/22 Bath City 1-1 Slough Town Adult £14 terrace £15 grandstand. Under 18 Student £8 Programme £3 Pin badge £4. For starters there were some lovely old turnstiles that we had to get through to gain entrance to the stadium. There is terracing on all sides of the ground. Behind each goal is uncovered, with one end being incredibly steep for some brilliant views. The terracing opposite the main stand is covered. There are two stands to choose from should you wish to sit. I should add car parking was easy as we turned up early. They do offer a free overflow car park should it be needed which is a five minute walk away. The supporters and volunteers were all very friendly, and happy to chat to us. There is a bar which can be accessed only from the outside of the ground should you wish to have a drink prematch. The floodlights are spectacular and are a sight to behold as you drive into Bath. The route we took made us miss having to go through the city centre which was quicker, but we could still see the floodlights. I would highly recommend a visit to Bath as these grounds are disappearing fast.
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a year ago
As a Worthing fan touring the National League South this was the best ground we've visited so far this season, it was like stepping back in time with old school floodlight pilons and classic stands and terracing. Have given 4 star instead of 5 because Charlie's bar outside the ground could do with some refurbishment. Saying that, the prices were reasonable and Bath fans very hospitable. Look forward to my visit next year.
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3 months ago
We just went for a visit to look at the ground. The staff working here were really friendly and welcoming. They gave us a little tour of the dressing rooms and the ground. So good!
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a month ago
Excellent club, friendly and welcoming, love the old character of the ground, Ebbsfleet fans... Very best wishes Alex Fletcher
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a month ago
Excellent traditional non league football stadium, cracking pour of Guinness
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a year ago
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History (from Wikipedia)

The ground was opened on 26 June 1909 as Innox Park on land that had been donated by Thomas Carr. The opening ceremony involved a parade of scholars, the singing of hymns and a speech by the chairman of the parish council.[3]

Twerton Park became Bath City's ground in 1932. A record attendance of 18,020 was recorded in 1960 versus 
Brighton & Hove Albion. The ground has also hosted Team Bath, who were a full-time professional team playing in the Conference South until their resignation at the end of the 2008–09 season.

At the end of the 2011–12 season the club offered the naming rights to Twerton Park for just £50. The offer drew 167 entries from as far afield as the US, Australia, Norway and Singapore which raised £3,850 for the club. Businesses made up 58 of the entries with only a handful of the remaining personalised entries being deemed unsuitable. The winning entry drawn at random was The Mayday Trust, a charitable organisation that helps to rehome vulnerable people.

Talks have been held in the past between 
Bath Rugby and Bath City about sharing a ground, as the former team wish to move away from their home ground Recreation Ground, although nothing has amounted from this. Following the resignation of Chairman Manda Rigby, she claimed that the club needed to move away from Twerton Park to "sustain their finances".[5]

Things to do in Bath.

The Roman Baths.

213 Reviews
Photo of Stacey V.

Very impressive seeing these Roman baths great tour. In the midst of the city of Bath you can take a bus tour or train to bath. Lots to see and do in Bath... Read More

Photo of Rylan C.

While I would say that you should visit this place at least once, I will also say that it can get a bit crowded and the whole experience itself is pretty... Read More

Photo of Ting A.

A neat historic thermae with the main attraction of the Great Bath. Visitors cannot enter the water, but can sample warm, spring water. The museum aspect of... Read More


26 Reviews
Photo of Rena V.

Recommended by our tour guide as we stopped in Bath to visit the Roman's bath. Two interesting facts about Great Britain: - the best fish and chips can... Read More

Photo of Stephanie S.

Good stop in bath. I had the haddock and chips. It was a huge piece and fried to perfection. It came with chips which were decent. We opted to get the curry... Read More

Photo of Robert K.

If you leave the Roman Baths exhibit and need something to eat, this is a popular place among tourists and is only a few blocks from you. Fish and chips is... Read More