Home of Bromsgrove Sporting FC

Opened 2010

Capacity 3,500

Rating: 4.3

(231) Google Reviews

I used to go and watch Bromsgrove Rovers here a few years ago and more recently I have been to watch Bromsgrove Sporting. They are a well supported local club. Gates tend to range from 1200+ for derby games and about 5-600 for standard league games. They have had a few sell outs during “cup runs”. There is a nice atmosphere as a lot of local people go and watch their club. There is a small amount of seating room but otherwise the terraces are partly covered and partly uncovered. There are refreshments available at the ground including food and alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages. There is a clubhouse which is open after the match and hosts events. The games are usually entertaining, players are passionate about playing for Bromsgrove and the supporters get behind them.
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a month ago
Nice ground. Food is cracking but pricey. Club shop staff were friendly. Only negative is the Steward sent me to the wrong stand for a segregated match, and I clearly stated what team I was with
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4 months ago
Proper good old footie ground.enjoy my visits good parking nearby.
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4 months ago
Enjoyed watching the Cup Final, West Brom Spinney, play in the Premier League Over 35’s. Very worthy winners 2 - 0
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a year ago
It was a lovely atmosphere when i went to see redditch play here. Amazing bar. Loads of spirits and beers and only cost 22 quid for 5 pints. There are loads of eating points dotted around the stadium, selling burgers and chips, and other items of interest at a reasonable price The toilets were clean. Nice venue with car park facilities near.
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10 months ago
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History (from Wikipedia)


Bromsgrove Sporting club was founded in 2009 as a supporters consortium with the plan to buy Bromsgrove Rovers, and to take that football club out of administration. The supporters trust had become dissatisfied with the ownership and chairmanship of Tom Herbert, who had taken the club into administration. The administrator identified and preferred another potential buyer for the Rovers club (who it had been suggested had links to Tom Herbert,[1] and who subsequently failed to pay the agreed purchase money and was later made bankrupt by the administrator).[2] The consortium took it upon themselves to create a team to safeguard non-league football in Bromsgrove. On 2 June 2010 Sporting were offered the lease of the Victoria Ground, after they had promised to make the ground available for Bromsgrove Rovers fixtures too.[3] In August 2010, Bromsgrove Rovers were expelled from the Southern League, despite Sporting agreeing to make the Victoria Ground available,[4] and the Rovers club was subsequently dissolved. Bromsgrove Sporting thus inherited sole use of the Victoria Ground.

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