Home of Haringey Borough FC

Since 1973

Capacity 2,500

Rating: 4.1

(447) Google Reviews

As an "away supporter", i had a great time (even though we lost!!). The club has a great bunch of supporters who are always singing which makes for a great atmosphere. Where the club are based in that part of north London, they deserve to have more people through the gates than on the day I visited, but they are squezzed between two Premiership clubs who take most of the local glory. A great club for anyone in the area to support.
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3 weeks ago
Great local football club in North London, just down the road from the Spurs Stadium. Proper football for proper people, no corporate nonsense and great prices. Local residents can download a free season ticket from the HB website. No ultras, no racism, no homophobia, no bad vibes. A good family day out!
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4 weeks ago
Your favourite football club and mine. Free season ticket offer, reasonably priced bar, decent quality of football. Proper community oriented stuff.
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2 weeks ago
Nice astro turf pitch, not much shops around and on Sunday car boot sale so really busy
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2 weeks ago
Be prepared for very strong supporters! I was well looked after as I could not climb the stairs, but very passionate males standing by! The children and I had a good evening
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History (from Wikipedia)


The club have played at Coles Park since their establishment; the ground had been home to Wood Green Town since 1930.[2] The ground currently has a capacity of 2,500, of which 280 is seated.[1] A new record attendance was set on 16 December 2017 when a crowd of 1,133 saw Haringey lose 2–1 to Leyton Orient in their first appearance in the first round of the FA Trophy.[8] This was bettered on 9 November 2018 for the FA Cup first round match with AFC Wimbledon, which had an attendance of 2,710.[9] On 23 March 2019, a record league attendance of 875 was set for a 3–1 win over local rivals Enfield Town.[10]

The ground was one of the venues used for the 
2018 ConIFA World Football Cup. Prior to the 2018–19 seasonHashtag United began groundsharing at Coles Park.

Things to do nearby.

The Toll Gate.

12 Reviews
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Basically this is probably what you would refer to as an old man's pub, namely because it seems to be the haunt of retired old men. It seems like that it... Read More

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This used to be a Wetherspoons. It is even worse a pub than before. Six real ale tapes but no real ale available. They wouldn't pour half pints because they... Read More

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It's a Wetherspoons. You know what you are going to get OK. Cheap, sometimes cheerful. Very local. This one seems to always have a local crowd from... Read More

Fryers Delight.

4 Reviews
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Fryers Delight is a takeaway and a restaurant, which has a mini bar (never seen a bar in a chippie before, quite surprised) It has the takeaway counter at... Read More

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This is a very nice place to all you fish and chip lovers out there. It is very british, and has stuck to the orginal recipes. It tastes just like you are... Read More

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Very enjoyable place. Great Food, Customer Service, Hygene, Pricing and overall a nice place out. Good place to go out to with family and/or friends.... Read More