Home of Marine AFC

Since 1904

Capacity 2,150

Rating: 4.4

(319) Google Reviews

Fabulous experience, friendly members of Staff. The toilet facilities are incredibly clean and accessible. The road is full of lovely shops and pittoresques coffee places like One Five Six worthy it a visit. Parking is not a problem and to avoid the trouble the train station is only around the corner. Crosby is a lovely town and you must visit their famous tourist attraction: The Crosby Beach a wide beach surrounded by dunes is the permanent home of "Another Place" - an art installation by Antony Gormley, the creator of Angel of the North. You'll see 100 life-sized cast iron figures dotted along the beach. The figures mark the safe walking zone on the sand. The last figure is as far as you should go. It's something interesting to keep an eye out for when you walk your dog on the beach. I hope you will enjoy your visit and agree with my review. Thank you for reading this far.
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a year ago
Fantastic facilities for both matchday and non matchday. The Bar and Bistro has a great selection of ales and spirits with plenty of seating live sports, also with outdoor facilities and a bbq on match days along with a great selection of food and hot drinks inside the ground. The function room is stunning with a large array of drinks and spirits to choose from as well as a projector and large TVs. Used on match days and ideal for functions. All facilities are wheel chair accessible and disabled friendly. Staff are fantastic and can't do enough to make sure you enjoy your time whilst using their facilities and ensure you have enjoyable experience.
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a year ago
Very poor breakfast, cold and lacking in taste and quality. 1 sliced of toast and 1pack of butter. Have to say the sausage was nice but that didn't make up for the poor, thin, fatty, cheap bacon or the cold egg. £9.90. far cheaper and better at Weatherspoons.
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2 months ago
Always a great day out watching Marine. Cannot go wrong for a tenner a ticket and the facilities are exactly what you need. Not many frills but lots of fun.
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in the last week
Biblical weather at my last visit great little club
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2 months ago
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History (from Wikipedia)

Rossett Park is a football ground in Crosby, Merseyside that has been home to Marine A.F.C. since 1904. It has been called the Marine Travel Arena for sponsorship since 2015.

Marine currently play in the 
Northern Premier League Premier Division and share the ground with A.F.C. Liverpool in the North West Counties League Premier Division. Everton F.C.'s women's club played home matches at Rossett Park from 1998 to 2013.

The ground’s current capacity is 3,185 of which 389 is seated.

Rossett Park has three sides with the primary covered stand, including the modest press area, behind one of the goals. The dugout length of the field is behind residences on Rossett Road. Marine A.F.C.'s supporters association operates a merchandise shop at the ground.

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Lollo Rosso.

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Carlo's Fish And Chips.

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