Home of Hungerford Town FC

Since shortly after WW1

Capacity 3,034

Rating: 4.2

(177) Google Reviews

First visit to Hungerford Town and very impressed with the set up. The bar was excellent, very friendly welcome as soon as we arrived. Can pay on a card at the turnstiles or buy online before for a slight discount. Now lets get to the food. I'd seen what was on offer from the footyscran twitter feed, and we'll it was amazing. £6.50 for a cheeseburger and chips. Quality burger, proper chips. You need to go for the burger. The game was entertaining entertaining 5 goals, although not the right result for the hone side. A good advert for the National League South. Well done Hungerford, will be back.
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a year ago
This is the kind of Ground I enjoy visiting. From the kind of stands they have you can tell that they have had to adapt to life at a higher division. There is a brand new stand, and 2 older ones. The older ones are basic to say the least. Chairs screwed to wooden planks give this Ground a lot of character. A lot of work is being done to improve it. The volunteers are friendly and the admission pirice is very good. £12 adults, my 15 year old was free, £2 for a programme. Definitely recommend a visit. Have since been back on 6/8/19. Improvements have been made with a new covered seating stand at one end, and a small covered terrace situated just behind the home dugout. Came in handy as it absolutely chucked it down at the start of the match. Still a great ground, I enjoyed my visit again apart from the result this time.
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4 years ago
Nice size ground, snack shack and club bar are fairly priced. Staff are really friendly
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4 months ago
Lovely staff.. shame the pitch is at almost 45 degrees 😲
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4 months ago
Really nice club, proper non league feel, consistent, decent attendances and you can see the players leave it all on the pitch, even if they sometimes lack in quality compared to their opponents. The struggle of being part time in an increasingly full time league. Really friendly bar and steward staff too. And a nice new 250 seat stand behind the goal makes for a welcome visit.
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2 years ago
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History (from Wikipedia)

The club initially played at Hungerford Marsh, before moving to Bulpit Lane.[6] Floodlights were installed in 1975.[6] The ground currently has a capacity of 2,500, of which 170 is seated.[1]

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They have a great variety and always seem to have new items to try. I love their selection of fresh juices as there's really no where else close to here... Read More

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Pleasant find while on a road trip from London to Cotswolds. The ladies working here were very helpful. The atmosphere was relaxing. Food was good, but the... Read More

Photo of Christie F.

Absolutely scrumptious! A beautiful glass-roofed atrium to sit and while away the hours, easily accessible from the high street, and some of the most... Read More


2 Reviews
Photo of Gary H.

Small venue with a lot of charm and character. Arkells staple ales and some outdoor seating overlooking the common. Read More

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The Downgate is a nice sized pub, which is situated right next to Hungerford Common. Its a fairly small pub but has a great atmosphere and your made to feel... Read More