Well, the ground was ok, very outdated! The burger was 10 out of ten, no scoreboard, no home atmosphere! The car park pub is excellent, a strange rule a steward said I the ground beer is only allowed to be drunk at one end of the ground as the other end no licence 🤣
Modern ground. Three sides almost identical modern terrace. Fourth side has seating and standing. Club shop in the ground. A pub The West Leigh right outside the ground. A "hungry horse" is a short walk away. Be careful it's a decent walk from the railway station to the ground, and all uphill.
First ever visit to Westleigh Park today. Disappointed by the adult entry fee of £16, and £6 for a 16 year old, which is why I’ve chalked off a star. I know why they’re charging that much, but it really doesn’t look after the fans. When I read that Stevenage in League 2 charge £17 and Havant are 2 leagues below, it makes it look very excessive for the level of football you’re watching. Programmes were £2, chips were £2 excellent value compared to other grounds. Car park outside was £5!!! Another rip off as there are plenty of FREE parking spaces around the ground. Just another attempt to fleece unknowing fans. The ground itself is excellent, one of the best I’ve been to. It has covered terracing all the way around. The terracing behind each goal is nice and steep so you get a good elevated view of the pitch. The main stand has plenty of seats and covers two thirds of one side. The volunteers are excellent including one I spoke to from Canada. I asked him what he was doing here, and he said ‘doing this’ 😂😂I also bought a teamsheet for 20p, full colour!! And a pin badge for £3. I would highly recommend a visit.
Haven't been here for many years. Took our daughter to a all girls tournament, which was arranged very well. Plenty of parking, pub literally next door. Great food and snack, fairly priced. It's obviously had many improvements over the years since the last time I came here and what a great little ground it is now!!! made me wanna pop along on a Saturday and watch the team!
The club play at Westleigh Park renamed the Draper Tools Community Stadium at the start of the 2020/21 season. Located on Bartons Triangle, Martins Road, West Leigh, Havant, PO9 5TH. It was home to Havant Town from 1982 onwards while Waterlooville F.C. played at the now extinct Jubilee Park. It currently has a capacity of 5,300, of which 710 is seated. The record attendance at the ground is 4,400, for the 4–2 third round FA Cup replay win against Swansea City on 16 January 2008. The record attendance for a league fixture was set on 17 April 2017, when 3,455 watched a penultimate 2016-17 Isthmian League fixture against Bognor Regis Town F.C., when the two clubs were placed first and second in the table. The club's record attendance for any home game is 5,793, for the FA Cup first round defeat to Millwall F.C. on 13 November 2006 played at Portsmouth F.C.