Ground improvements help spectators but limited accommodation under cover. Artificial playing surface. Free parking on site but can be a bit slow to exit. New toilet block for 22/23 a bonus. Food option quite limited but bar has no limit on where drinks can be taken.
Came as an away supporter with Sheffield FC and I must admit they have a great set up.
Every one seemed friendly, great little club house, queue was served quickly and the team itself looked really good for this level.
They came last year and are going up again this year. I can see Morpeth knocking on the door off the football league if they keep up the hard work.
The club initially played at Stobhill Cricket Field, before moving to Storey Park in 1954. In 1994 they relocated to Craik Park, named for W and R Craik, who had been the club's secretaries between 1920 and 1985. Craik Park had been built in 1972 as an athletics venue with a 6-lane cinder track, which was used for training by Morpeth Harriers & AC. After the football club moved to the ground, they built a 100-seat stand and a new clubhouses, as well as erecting floodlights.