Home of Hays & Yeading United FC

Opened 2017

Capacity 3,000

Rating: 4.2

(134) Google Reviews

A really good non league football club with a friendly atmosphere and helpful staff. The ground looks really good and has a great main stand. The pitch is nice and flat and looks in good condition.
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3 years ago
Modern and welcoming stadium, known for being in TV show Ted Lasso. Particular delight is the very reasonably priced food van on match days. Good parking facilities on site.
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2 months ago
Good football ground still having some development. But only place to watch Hayes and Yeading home games
Attacking side, should have been promoted last season but missed out in the playoffs. Bar, burger and entertaining games. No complaints.
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7 months ago
A nice and modern facility that H&YU can be proud of, and a good game of football v Ashford Town (Middx) despite the arctic conditions. Ground is in a middle of nowhere and has limited pedestrian access. The Southall side could do with a link to the ground, with a footbridge going over the canal. Used H&H train station.
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5 years ago
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History (from Wikipedia)


The club initially played at Hayes's former ground, Church Road. This was sold to fund the demolition and building of a new ground at Yeading's former home, The Warren. Church Road closed in 2011, and the club spent many years ground sharing with Woking (2011–14) and Maidenhead United (2014–16) as construction of the new ground took longer than anticipated.

The SkyEX Community Stadium finally opened in 2016, however safety concerns saw the ground close temporarily, and the club spent the remainder of the 2016–17 season sharing at Beaconsfield Town, before moving in permanently at the start of the 2017–18 season.

The comedy TV show Ted Lasso uses the SkyEx to depict the training ground and offices of fictional Premier League team AFC Richmond.[10]

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