1/10/22 Didcot Town 0-3 Ware FC in the Pitching In Southern League Division 1 Central. Adult entry £10, Programme £2, Badge SOLD OUT, Chips £2.50, Burgers £3.50, Cans £1, Tea/Coffee £1. First ever visit to Loop Meadow. It’s a decent ground, with a big seated stand on one side which contains an excellent bar area. Particularly liked all the signed shirts on the wall. There are more seats in 2 different stands at one end of the pitch and in between there is a covered terrace. The opposite end is open to the elements as is the side of the ground where the dugouts are. There is a lovely tea/food bar just past the entrance to the Bar. They were very friendly and welcoming as were all the volunteers that I talked to. There are some proper vintage old turnstiles when you come in if you like that sort of thing. The only thing I thought was looking poor was the pitch! Bare patches all over the place made it difficult for both teams with the ball bobbling up from time to time. I enjoyed my visit very much and hope to return again one day. If you haven’t been then I would highly recommend a visit.
Great non league setup, very large bar and social club area serving San miguel, visited to watch the mighty ware play Didcot in the playoffs. Ignoring the result we had a great time and it’s a club that clearly has potential
Didcot have played at Loop Meadow on the town's Ladygrove estate after the sale of their former Station Road ground in 1999. The ground boasts a main pitch and a training pitch, with the main pitch having a 150-seat main stand and a covered standing area. Their previous ground is now the site of a large car park for the town's recently built shopping centre. Loop Meadow attracted its biggest crowd of 2,707 in 2015 when League Two side Exeter City visited in the FA Cup first round.
The ground has been upgraded to meet FA Ground Specifications. Two 175 standing terraces have been erected to the Railway End and 100 seats have been added into the Main Stand.