Visited Coalville with Stafford Rangers today in the FA Cup 2QR and it was not the most pleasant experience.
To access the bar you had to go up a flight of stairs not very user friendly for people like me with mobility issues this made me really upset and felt like I was being discriminated against,there was a stair lift but I was told that it was out of order.
I saw that there was a bar downstairs only to find out that there was 3 big steps up to it so I was left not being able to go in the bar to watch the early football kick off and have a drink with my mates.
To make matters worse we ended up losing 2-1 to a 99th minute winner from Coalville.
I definitely would not recommend this ground and it has left me not wanting to go back again!
Good facilities once in the ground 2 bars ,1 outside ,1 inside , somewhere to buy chips ,hotdogs ,ect ect ,and a small club shop to buy your club shirts ,key ring ect ect ...a good day out 11 pound entry fee for 2 adults , Coalville winning 2,1 added bonus to the day ....
Ground When based in Ravenstone, the club played at Ravenslea. However, after the parish council refused the club permission to erect floodlights, they moved to the Owen Street Sports Ground in Coalville. Floodlights were installed at the new ground in 1996. The ground is currently also known as the Mander Cruickshank Solicitors Stadium for sponsorship purposes, and has a capacity of 2,000, of which 240 is seated and covered.