Home of Mickleover FC

Opened 1993

Capacity 1,500

Rating: 4.3

(195) Google Reviews

No programme club shop closed but nice ground and people just missing the little things. Not everyone had the internet to check information etc.
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3 weeks ago
An absolute fantastic little football stadium and ground. Go with my Daughters school who play there. A lovely bar area with very friendly staff. I think they even accommodate for special occasions like Birthdays and sort.
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a year ago
Great club, great people. Shame about Brownie's exit, however he could not expect such a fantastic turn out. Good night my friend. Bob 🥅
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a year ago
Went to the Hot August Night. Excellent bands and singers, event really well organised with lots of space. Generally good facilities, will go again. Fantastic afternoon and evening 👍
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2 years ago
Brilliant club, first club i attended since lockdown ended whilst im waiting the professional clubs to lets fans in stadiums, i have attended some matches before the pandemic started and been coming to most home games with the lads. Reasonable beer prices, good selection of pies and other hot food items. Its why i love non league football in the 1st place. 👍
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2 years ago
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History (from Wikipedia)


The club play at the Mickleover Sports Ground. Plans to develop the ground began in 1982, although work did not start until 1992.[2] The new ground opened in 1993.[2]

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