Home of Belper Town FC

Since 1951

Capacity 2,600

Rating: 4.4

(116) Google Reviews

What a pretty town and great club. The views from pitchside are superb. Food is superb and if youre a Belper fan, its possibly the best merchandise store Ive seen at an away ground. There is parking in the town for a reasonable cost as its limited at the ground.
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11 months ago
Half decent ground, however couldn’t pay by card as their machine was broken. Couldn’t stand behind one goal for some reason.
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2 months ago
This club has developed a lot recently. New stand and clubhouse, and a pasty hut are all very good. Parking at the ground is £2 (2022) on a limited basis. Nice setting as well.
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4 months ago
Best away day of the season so far, welcoming, clean, very good service and the fans are very respectful. Very good day for us aswell, as we won. But the ground is great and real grass...
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a month ago
Cosy little small town club, great football match. Surrounding area is beautiful with great scenery and nearby town. Decently priced drinks, quick service and good vibes. Little bit of parking but not too much per se.
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11 months ago
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History (from Wikipedia)

The club originally played at the Acorn Ground, before moving to Christchurch Meadow in 1951,[2] taking over from a junior team, Field Head.[12] The ground initially had a single stand on the northern side of the pitch, but it was demolished in the early 1960s to allow the adjacent West Mill to be extended. Parts of it were reused to build a new stand on the opposite side, although the stand ran from the halfway line to one corner rather than being positioned centrally.[12]

The club bought the freehold to the ground in 1986 for £6,000.
[2] New dressing rooms were built in 1999 and new 500-seat stand opened in 2003.[2] The ground also has a covered stand, the Reg Walker Stand, with a capacity of 300.[2]

The record attendance of 3,200 was set for a match against 
Ilkeston Town in 1955.[9]

Things to do nearby.

The Leyland Lion.

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A newer, large Wetherspoons that has a fresh, modern design. The food is better than many Wetherspoons though would avoid steaks as have experienced... Read More

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Called in Saturday morning for breakfast. Typical Wetherspoons pub, long bar, plenty of choices and huge seating area. Breakfast was good. Standard full... Read More

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This isn't a local wetherspoon of mine but is near to my parents so sometimes visit when i'm up visiting them. The prices here are excellent as well... Read More

Ye Olde Hob Inn.

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Just a little update for this place. It's now become our local pub. Staff very friendly good range of real ale and lager on tap. Called last night and had a... Read More