Home of Horsham FC

Opened 2019

Capacity 1,300

Rating: 4.7

(211) Google Reviews

Such a great community football stadium! Excellent family friendly atmosphere , excellent stewarding, excellent facilities, excellent bar staff, great friendly crowds, excellent disabled parking . The only disappointment was the result!! Forget the Premier League
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a month ago
LOVE Horsham fc. Beautiful ground, impeccably clean toilets, great fans and a great team. Family and I (wife and 4 children ranging from 10-16 years old) attend most home games and always have a great time. Recommend to all, even if you don't like football....great afternoon with lots of families.
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5 months ago
Very nice ground. Outside toilets were good and the ground was very clean. Choice and quality of food was excellent. Being an away supporter enjoyable afternoon.
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in the last week
Good facilities for spectators, several covered stands in the event of bad weather, full bar clubroom and food servery. Parking is a short walk away, except for disabled which is on site.
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2 weeks ago
Took my son to a six aside tournament. A nice non-league stadium. Parking was good for Blue Badge holders, like me, nice and near entrance. The food was good and all the staff were nice and friendly.
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4 months ago
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History (from Wikipedia)


The club sold their ground at Queen Street, which had been their home since 1904, to property developers and moved out in 2008. A two-season groundshare with Worthing was terminated after one season. The club hoped to return to Horsham and build a new ground in Holbrook, North Horsham, but despite the club having bought the site, planning permission was refused at a council meeting held on 1 July 2008.[6] The club withdrew their appeal against the decision on 15 April 2009, and turned their focus instead to building a new ground at the "Hop Oast" area to the south of Horsham.

The initial proposal, which would have seen the installation of two 3G pitches and a two-storey clubhouse, returned a majority verdict of 13-9 in favour of rejecting the application at a council hearing on 20 Jan 2015, citing issues such as safety concerns and the perceived construction of a 'business in the countryside', despite the site already hosting a golf club and fitness centre. On 21 March 2017 the submission of a revised plan for a reduced capacity of 1,300 spectators and a single-storey clubhouse was overwhelmingly accepted by 19 votes to 1. A separate application to sell off part of The Holbrook Club site for housing to help finance the building of the new ground, as well as securing the long term future of the Sports Club, was also passed.

With Horsham YMCA announcing their intention to end the groundshare arrangement at the end of the 2016-17 season, Horsham FC signed a contract to play their home matches at the headquarters of the Sussex FA at Culver Road, Lancing, an arrangement that lasted for two seasons while the new ground was built. Following its completion in June 2019, a minimum three-year sponsorship deal was agreed with Camping World for naming rights. The first match at The Camping World Community Stadium was played on 13 July 2019, a friendly fixture versus 
Hartley Wintney, with the official opening of the stadium taking place a week later when Crawley Town were the visitors. The first competitive fixture saw Horsham and Leatherhead draw 1-1 in an Isthmian League Premier Division match on 10 August 2019.[7] In March 2020, the stadium was named Best New Non-League Ground by Groundtastic magazine.[8]

Things to do nearby.

The Black Jug.

8 Reviews
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Great local pub! The Bellini is so refreshing and they have a great selection of beers. We came here to recover from a we didn't the night before and it was... Read More

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A foodie pub but with a great range of beer, whisky and gin. The staff are normally friendly and there is a pleasant patio garden out the back. There is a... Read More

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Lovely pub right in the center of town and has retained so much of its original charm and history. I tend to find a lot of pubs like this eventually get... Read More


3 Reviews
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A few years back we were staying in Horsham and, for the first time, had breakfast in this particular restaurant. Since then, we always look out for a Bills... Read More

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Bill's Horsham is a very nice setting. It's a great use of the once town hall, and our favourite place to sit is upstairs. It can be tough to get a seat... Read More

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One of my favourite places to eat. Has amazing vegan dish, delicious cocktails. The staff is so friendly and the atmosphere is comfortable to have a good... Read More