Home of Beaconsfield Town FC

Since 1971

Capacity 3,500

Rating: 4.2

(134) Google Reviews

Brought my daughter here for a match and the facilities were brilliant. Good quality 3G pitch with stands for the spectators. Loos clean and appropriately stocked. Brilliant burger van inside the ground serving burgers, snacks and hot and cold drinks. I had the dirty fries and they were immense, in all senses of the word, couldn't finish mine. Staff all very pleasant and helpful. In essence, went for the match, stayed for the dirty fries. 😁
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12 months ago
We DJed here for a school leavers party. The venue has a really nice outside area with picnic tables and the function room is a great size for a party with the bar being right next to the dance floor. Clean, modern and really friendly staff
Came for Beaconsfield 5 vs. 2 Chesham. Decent. Nice field. Nice and well maintained ground altogether, with obvios frequent renovations done and very clean . Only downsides are 1. No score board 2. Only one stall for both food and drink, by half time no hot food left. 3. While waiting in line for drinks you can't keep up with the ongoing game unlike most nonleague grounds, and it did take a bit as they have to serve both food and drink. BUT a super worth it visit and friendly staff and local fans.
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2 months ago
Nor been here since the start of the VIDS - think it was 4/19 like the ground - they've done a bit of work around the perimeter to spruce it up a bit. £10 in and progs free on line Match a bit tight as you'd expect at this level Clubhouse cozy enough, Rebellion IPA was decent but the food provision a bit low Key- probably a midweek /Monday night ⚽️ thing - only pastries from behind the bar. Neither side started the season well so important win for The Rams - hope Hartley W can improve as they are even more local to me.
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5 months ago
Friendly atmosphere with good quality football. Food, drinks etc. All you need for a good time.
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3 months ago
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History (from Wikipedia)


The club play at Holloways Park on Windsor Road in Beaconsfield, which was used by Beaconsfield United from 1971 after moving from their previous ground due to the land being needed for the M40.[7] Floodlights were installed in 1991 and a large clubhouse incorporating a 200-capacity covered terrace built behind one goal.

Things to do nearby.

Bekonscot Model Village.

10 Reviews
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Great day trip from London by train. Easy walk to Model Village. Adults as well as kids can enjoy this one. The models were very well done, and there was... Read More

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Fun place to visit with kids. Lots of tiny buildings and scenes with fantastic detail. We did the kids 50p treasure hunt style quiz which our 8 & 10 year... Read More

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We had an amazing time here all profits go to charity making it worth every penny. There is also a nice picnic area and a must for any little people that... Read More


9 Reviews
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Just a short walk from the Bekonscot Model Village is this gem! For lunch, I ordered the sirloin steak sandwich that comes with mustard, but I requested... Read More

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Had a very disappointing coffee / brunch . Staff not very pleasant , didn't ask if we wanted food just walked away! Had to ask . The noise was ridiculously... Read More

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I love the breakfast and desserts here! My husband and I come every weekend. The wait staff is friendly and the environment is relaxing. Read More