Nice non league ground with a roof at both ends and covered seating. Game ended in a 4-3 win for the visitors who came back from 3 down. Went ahead when down to 9. Good catering as well and an enjoyable day out
Friendly community football club. Excellent stadium and bar. Big improvement on the previous Sandy Lane ground. Lots of 3g pitches around the main stadium so plenty going on. Good social side too been to a race night here as well as a comedy event. Very impressed.
It's a shame. I've seen over the years how this once great team has now gone to pot. The teammates arguing amongst themselves and management.
The whole place needs money spending on it. Again, it's such a shame to see the team I have followed,drop,and judging by how they played today. It's no surprise.
If anyone from Tooting and Mitcham reads this. Do something.
Easy to get to an ok venue for non league football .
Hosted Dulwich hamlet vs Crystal Palace XI match which Palace XI won 5-0 and raised much needed funds for Dulwich hamlet, over 1000 fans in attendance.
A great football ground, with good sitelines.
The stand and the terraces are set at a good angle to ensure that all but the shortest of people will get a great view.
The only thing that stops it getting 5 stars is that there is a lot of mess laying around the ground.
Imperial Fields is a football stadium in Mitcham, south London, which is home to Tooting & Mitcham United. It is also the former ground of Chelsea Ladies. The stadium opened in 2002, and has a total capacity of 3,500 (612 seated). Tooting & Mitcham United moved in 2002 from an all-wooden facility at Sandy Lane in Mitcham. In the 2017–18 season, Dulwich Hamlet groundshared at the ground after disagreements with the owner of its Champion Hill ground. The record attendance for Imperial Fields was set by Dulwich Hamlet in their Isthmian Premier Division play-off final win against Hendon with an attendance of 3,321 on 7 May 2018. Tooting & Mitcham's record attendance at the stadium was set by a 1–1 draw with AFC Wimbledon on 16 April 2005, which saw a crowd of 2,637. Before the 2022–23 season, Kingstonian moved to Imperial Fields.