Home of Hays & Yeading United FC

Opened 2017

Capacity 3,000

Rating: 4.2

(146) Google Reviews

Came here recently to watch Hayes & Yeading v Beaconsfield Town. Not a bad ground, the view from the big stand is decent and really well maintained all-round. I wouldn't say it was one of the best groundhops I have done at Non-League level, although I do appreciate the facilities being good and how helpful the staff/volunteers were. Upon arrival I was really pleased to have been given a team sheet, as well as seeing programmes being sold on the day. The walk from Hayes & Harlington Station takes about 25 minutes, the route is quite awkward without the use of Google maps. Other than that, there is the advantage of taking the Elizabeth Line to and from Farringdon or Tottenham Court Road.
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4 months ago
Went (1st ever visit) to an evening game. Seems to be a well run venue. Plenty of parking for normal league games. Some improvements taking place. Currently the team are not doing v well.
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a month ago
Has the potential to be a really impressive ground At the moment there is just one stand but it is huge and gives spectators a great view of the game Best grass pitch in superb condition considering time of the season Officials & stewards really friendly & helpful Disappointed with size of clubhouse which I am sure would struggle with bigger crowds
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2 weeks ago
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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4 years ago
What a place 1997 Hayes and District Division 4 cup final Moon and Sixpence 3 Flying Eagle 2 aet Still got the VHS tape somewhere Bend it like Beckham also filmed here but less remembered 🤣
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4 months 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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