Home of Boreham Wood FC

Opened 1963

Capacity 4,500

Rating: 4.2

(981) Google Reviews

Went to a preseason match it was a good atmosphere, the food looked ok I did not eat it. Friendly atmosphere one of the players even came and sat in the stand when substituted
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2 months ago
First time here to watch WSL game. Free parking for about 150 cars at the car park near the ground because it was a Sunday. 2hrs before the game and car park was full. Managed to park on a side street. Walked down to McDonald's to get food, wise idea as almost no catering at the ground. No probs getting a seat in the South stand 45mins before kickoff. Good view of game and good atmosphere with mainly the home Arsenal crowd. Halftime needed a warm drink, leave stadium walk around the perimeter to far side and queue and queue for 25mins, any snacks or chocolate? No we sold out... Then walk back just in time for Arsenal to score 👍 For £8 per ticket it was good value! How really needs to have more concessions near the south stand as hard work to get a hot drink on a cold day.
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5 months ago
Nice stadium best Programme I've ever seen only disappointment was lack things in club shop would have been nice to get a mug as a souvenir. Maybe with the building going on that might change
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5 months ago
Very nice place to enjoy with your family and friends
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3 months ago
First time seeing AWFC at meadow park, it was snowing and freezing cold but the atmosphere was fantastic, supporters club in full voice throughout. Very different to the emirates but we preferred meadow park.
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6 months ago
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History (from Wikipedia)

Meadow Park is a football ground in BorehamwoodHertfordshireEngland. It is the home ground of Boreham Wood F.C. and also hosts the home matches of Arsenal Women F.C.Arsenal youth teams,[2] and Watford Reserves.


Boreham Wood moved to Meadow Park from Eldon Avenue in 1963.[3] A new main stand was built shortly afterwards. This was demolished in 1999 and replaced by a new cantilever stand.[3] A new West Stand was opened in 2014.[4]

The ground's record attendance of 4,030 was set for a friendly match against 
Arsenal on 13 July 2001.[3]

Things to do in Borehamwood.

The White Horse.

6 Reviews
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Just been renovated. Service was okay. Husband ordered the rack of lamb and said it was cooked well and it did have fresh veg and looked good; it arrived in... Read More

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I eat here a lot and drink here more often. Great bunch of regulars and staff, food is good but getting a little pricey. In the good weather get in the... Read More

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Its a country pub with real character.It offers a very tasty menu that has offers from 2 pizzas 4 £10 2 a lunch/early evening 2 course fixed menu 4... Read More

Hart & Spool.

5 Reviews
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It is a typical Weatherspoons. It is cheap and does what it says on the tin. You get a feeling in this one that you are at a local working mans club. The... Read More

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A large typical Weatherspoons of the old school variety, with a 2 sided L shaped bar at the front of the building, with tables and a few cubby-hole areas &... Read More

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Its a wetherspoons pub so they always have food+drink deals.The smoking area at the front of the pub,its got afew tables and chairs.Its a small but very... Read More