An exceptionally intimate field with a beautiful on-site bar in "The Glass House." The grounds are well kept, the fans are beyond hospitable and the players even came out to the bar after the game.
The pitch is just over an hour away from London, and well worth the trip if the team is playing. If I had more than one day in town, I would be at the pitch cheering on the team for a second game.
Hospitality, delicious beers, exceptional atmosphere and just an hour outside London. Go. Support a local team and revel in the experience.
Borehamwood football ground is a charming and cozy venue for sports enthusiasts. Despite its smaller size compared to larger stadiums, it offers an intimate and engaging experience for fans.
The atmosphere at Borehamwood is electric, with passionate supporters coming together to cheer on their local team. The sense of community is palpable, and it's a fantastic place to connect with fellow fans.
The facilities are well-maintained, and the seating offers a great view of the action on the pitch. Additionally, the staff is friendly and accommodating, ensuring a pleasant visit for every spectator.
While it may not be a massive stadium, Borehamwood's football ground embodies the heart and soul of grassroots football, making it a special place for fans to enjoy the beautiful game.
The ground doesn't seem to serve alcohol but, this isn't something that I could justify marking it down for.
My favourite and happy place.
Love seeing the girls all the time it's why I travel a 200 miles round trip.
I wasn't sure how the new North/South divide would materialise. Blocked toilets in North end and disabled toilets, no toilet paper which was disappointing as despite all the improvements basics are an issue. Food queues horrendous. Seating rammed yet loads reserved seating empty. Understand security needs to get people out but to see a new security member screaming in the face of a season ticket holder about fines when he was waiting to see his team was out of order and unpleasant. I get there's a job to do but treat people who pay your wages with respect please. Can basic etiquette training be refreshed if any senior people are reading. I will of course be back but tonight felt like an unfamiliar place. MP has always be friendly, family feel don't kill it
History Boreham Wood moved to Meadow Park from Eldon Avenue in 1963. A new main stand was built shortly afterwards. This was demolished in 1999 and replaced by a new cantilever stand. A new West Stand was opened in 2014. The ground's record attendance of 4,030 was set for a friendly match against Arsenal on 13 July 2001.