Home of Curzon Ashton FC

Since 2005

Capacity 4,000

Rating: 4.4

(673) Google Reviews

Football stadium is easily accessible by tram with a short 10 minute walk to the ground. Highly recommend to take some cash if the card machine doesn't work. Nice ground, 1 big stand with a sheltered stand for away fans. Few flags and banners about for both teams.
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a month ago
A great non-league ground. Visited in pre-season as a Bolton fan. Friendly stewards, and a really good pitch. Loses a star for the portaloos, but you can't have everything!
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9 months ago
We go here most Sunday mornings to watch my boy play football and we find it a really good venue with plenty of room to view the games. Even though it is really busy on a Sunday morning, it is easy to park with the help of some really good parking attendants. Very well organised...
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2 months ago
I’ve got to say it’s a great place. Whether your watching the Lads on the weekend. Or even if it’s booking a A 5-A-Side pitch throughout the week. Good Fun. And Very Reasonably Priced. You can’t Go Wrong. 👍👍
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a year ago
Great non league club at very reasonable prices. If you live in Greater Manchester you can enjoy football for just £5 and free for kids!
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2 years ago

History (from Wikipedia)

Curzon Ashton have played at the Tameside Stadium in Ashton-under-Lyne since 2005, which has a capacity of 4,000 (524 seats). It meets the standards for the National League.

The stadium was officially opened by Sir 
Alex Ferguson. For the first game at the new ground, Curzon played a Manchester United XI which included Gerard PiquéGiuseppe RossiFraizer Campbell and Jonny Evans. Outside the stadium, a statue stands commemorating three locally born footballers associated with the World CupGeoff Hurst (born in Ashton), Jimmy Armfield (Denton), and Simone Perrotta (also born in Ashton).

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