Home of Gosport Borough FC

Opened 1937

Capacity 4,500

Rating: 4.3

(162) Google Reviews

Always great to see none league and Privet Park is a good place to go, with a friendly welcome guaranteed
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a year ago
Good facilities , including good club , the whole ground was very well kept , enjoyed my visit ,
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a year ago
Friendly local club good beer and welcoming staff
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2 months ago
Average ground well kept cheep drinks good atmosphere
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a month ago
We came along to Sophie's football match ,we sat in the vIp area and were looked after very well and was made welcome by the chairman Iain and the lovely staff. We had a wonderful day and it was great to see so many people turn out for the match in memory of Sophie
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History (from Wikipedia)


Gosport Borough play their home games at Privett Park, Privett Road, Gosport, Hampshire, PO12 3SX. The ground was opened in 1937 with the club taking up residence in 1944.

The ground is dominated by the main stand (built when the ground opened in 1937) on the west side of the ground. This classic, old looking stand is set back from the pitch with the Press Box at the rear and the changing rooms beneath. The stand is constructed of wood on a brick lower level. It is covered and all seated but has a number of supporting pillars running across the front of it that may impede a spectators' view.

The dugouts situated in front of the main stand. Either side of the stand are the club shop and tea bar and the corporate suite housing for matchday hospitality.

Opposite the main stand is the modern and smaller Harry Mizen Stand (built 2011). It has an unobstructed view of the pitch and disabled access. The Harry Mizen Stand seats 300 people.

Both ends of the ground are open, flat areas with no terracing. On the south side of the ground the "Inn off the Post" is the club's bar. At the north end of the ground are two mobile phone masts.

Things to do nearby.

Portsmouth Historic Dockyard.

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Spinnaker Tower.

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Spinnaker Tower is a must visit. I've been up to the top twice now, and would go again if it was a little cheaper. The views are amazing - right up there... Read More

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Fun experience! There is a video at the beginning after you pay for your tickets that gives a brief overview of all the famous people that have lived or... Read More

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The pride of the Portsmouth harbour. An observation tower Built in 2005. £13.5 to go up to the deck, so make sure you don't pick a cloudy day because it... Read More