Home of Curzon Ashton FC

Since 2005

Capacity 4,000

Rating: 4.4

(636) Google Reviews

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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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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6 months ago
We hired the Function Room on Saturday 6th May for a 🥳 Party. Jude and her team were amazing, nothing was too much trouble, the room was great, Sizzlers catering was delicious, all in all a fabulous night and everyone loved it. We would highly recommend it.
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4 months ago
Arrived to watch ladies game to be told that the catering facilities, that had been open whilst kids games took place, were closing and there would be no facilities for drinks etc. What happened to the women's football growing in stature now. Come on Curzon needs to be treated the same as other matches taking place
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3 weeks ago
Took my Dad to watch a game. With his Disabled badge it meant that we were able to park right next to the ground and the very friendly and helpful steward guided us to a parking spot. Very comfortable seats with a great view of the whole pitch. Good choice of food and drink available but a long queue to get served so maybe more staff needed in the snack bar. Curzon played well and won so a thoroughly enjoyable afternoon.
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6 months ago
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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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