A lovely little stadium set up in a nice bustling village. Sign posts are not the most noticeable, and parking is extremely difficult! The toilets were standard, the clubhouse was fantastic, very well organised, clean, tidy set up.
The pitch was in fantastic condition considering the amount of rain the area has had recently. Food was actually quite good, and there was a good selection of drinks.
The negatives for this club was the parking, and the one stand. There was a stand next to the Keith Hussey Stand that looked like it had been left to disrepair, and it was quite pricey for Non-League at £15! A good day out, could do with slight improvements.
This ground is set in the lovely borough of Richmond near the River Thames. However, they were ill prepared for a large group of supporters even though they knew roughly how many were coming. Port a loo's only which were disgusting (need to separate women's and men's). Burger van (situated on very roughly cut back ground, easy for the elderly to trip over) that ran out of most food, half an hour before the match started. Needs improvement.
I’ve enjoyed going to watch the beavers play for a few years now but it seems to be going downhill this season. You only have one choice of beer and it’s £6 and tickets are now £17! So disappointing that it feels like loyal fans are being costed out. I can get cheaper pints in the pub down the road
The home of Hampton & Richmond Borough is Beveree Stadium, Beaver Close, Hampton, Middlesex, TW12 2BX. It has a total capacity of 3,500, with roughly 640 of this being seated and 900 in covered terracing. On 11 October 2005, that capacity was tested with a crowd of 2,020 turning out for an Isthmian League match between Hampton & Richmond Borough and AFC Wimbledon. The match ended in a 2–1 victory for the home side.
On 18 April 2009, a record crowd of 3,225 turned up for the match against AFC Wimbledon which resulted in a 1–1 draw. This was topped with the Conference South Playoff Final of that season as a capacity crowd of 3,500 saw the Beavers denied a position in the Conference national by local rivals Hayes & Yeading United, as the visitors won 3–2.
Beveree, which can be shortened to 'the Bev', has been the home of the club since 1959. It is also the home of the Hampton & Richmond Borough Academy, plus other affiliated clubs such as Hampton & Richmond Borough Women F.C., Hampton Under 18s, Chelsea Ladies FC before May 2006; and the Hampton & Richmond Borough reserve team, which was restarted in 2008 after a four-year stretch with no reserve squad but was since discontinued in 2015.
Not just a football ground, Beveree is also used for social events. The club's ground has been used as a polling station for all local, general and European elections for a long time.
In June 2006, work began on transforming the clubhouse and changing rooms at Beveree into a more modern facility. Work was completed by the end of Summer, and the new look clubhouse was officially opened by FA Chief Executive, Brian Barwick, on 26 August 2006. The new facility has a pool table and flat screen TVs and is WiFi enabled.
In April 2008 the Club received a Conference B grading for Beveree, following several weeks of work, which included the installation of additional toilet facilities, an extra turnstile, new dugouts and the extension of the Main Stand with 60 additional seats and the purchase of 250–seater semi-permanent stand. The B grading enables the club to remain in the Conference South.