Home of Liversedge FC

Opened 1910

Capacity 2,200

Rating: 4.3

(88) Google Reviews

Very friendly club, great set up. Very impressed
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a year ago
My five stars were possibly swayed by a 6-0 win. The ground has a small clubhouse / bar with a decking viewing area, VIP marquee, stand alone bar, covered supporters terrace and covered cop end.
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a year ago
A stunning location, great facilities and all staff so friendly. Thanks for a great visit
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6 months ago
The ground and the supporters were great had a good laugh with some of your younger supporters behind the goals bait hut and your 2 bar staff were lovely but the walk from road to ground is horrible no lights holes in road we had to physically hold a couple of our lads I nearly went over twice but overall a good night
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5 months ago
Had a good time last night good match
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6 months ago
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History (from Wikipedia)

Liversedge play their home games at Clayborn, which features a clubhouse to the top west corner of the ground, covered seating at the North, and a small covered-terracing stand to the West behind the goal.

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