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Since 1988

Capacity 2,000

Rating: 4.3

(143) Google Reviews

Very run down ground. I would think it is the bare minimum for a club at the level they are at. The toilets are absolutely horrible aswell; blocked urinals, mould, dust, broken taps, broken walls, everything. The food is nice. Bog standard footy food but enjoyable. Definitely needs improvement but the flags are a very nice part.
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2 months ago
Really friendly place to visit with good facilities. Loved the Brazilian fans there with drums which made a great atmosphere. Looking forward to visiting again.
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8 months ago
For a non-league spot, really cool history posted in the clubhouse, and the food and drinks are good.
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a year ago
Very good to go down and watch. Went with a good friend. Not the best atmosphere but a small problem is away fans can sit with home fans. This was not a problem but if Corinthian Casuals were to have massive rivalry in fans may be a problem. Overall I give 4.5/5.
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6 months ago
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History (from Wikipedia)


After its formation the club played its first match in the grounds of Lambeth Palace,[2] but after World War II they played at Kingstonian's Richmond Road ground, which had been used by Casuals.[8] However, they left in 1946 and played at numerous other grounds; the Polytechnic Ground in Chiswick (1946–1950), the Oval (1950–1963; the club played at the Vauxhall End of the ground),[2] Dulwich Hamlet's Champion Hill (1963–1968), Tooting & Mitcham United's Sandy Lane (1968–1983), Molesey's Walton Road (1983–1984 and again from 1986–1988) and Wimbledon Park Athletics Stadium (1984–1986).[8][2]

In 1988 the club merged with Tolworth and took over their King George's Field, marking the first time the club had owned its own ground.
[4] The ground originally had a running track around the pitch, which was later removed.[2] Covered standing was installed behind both goals and a stand built along one side of the pitch which includes a small section of seating, with the seats coming from Plough Lane, Champion Hill and Havant & Waterlooville's Westleigh Park.[2] The ground currently has a capacity of 2,000, of which 161 is seated and 700 covered.[1]

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