Home of Dorking Wanderers FC

Since 2018

Capacity 3,000

Rating: 4.3

(181) Google Reviews

Tidy but as mainly on one level the view is very restricted.
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a month ago
Ground is nice, all club people were great - but day utterly overshadowed by the overzealous Surrey FA officials - top quote was "If you want to make noise, come on a Saturday to see the men's team. Noise is not allowed on Sundays for the ladies (sic) games."
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2 months ago
Brilliant night, great service. Food and drinks on offer. Sutton United won.
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3 months ago
Really buzzing with enthusiasm. Great place
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a week ago
Nice football ground, near the town centre. Plenty of parking (pay & display). Artificial pitch so should be good in all weather. Segregated home & away fans but own bar/food for away fans.
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6 months ago

History (from Wikipedia)

The club initially played at Big Field Brockham, before moving to the Westhumble Playing Fields on London Road in 2007.[3] The ground had a small seated stand and covered standing on one side of the pitch, with the remainder being uncovered;[10] Floodlights were installed in 2012. In July 2018 the club relocated to a refurbished Meadowbank ground,[11] which had previously been home to Dorking F.C. prior to their disbanding.[12] Their first game at Meadowbank was a friendly match against Sutton United on 17 July 2018.[11]

Meadowbank had become the home ground of Dorking F.C. in 1953.
[11] A 200-seat stand was built on one side of the pitch around 1956,[11] with a covered standing area built on the other. Another covered standing area was installed behind one goal, with the other end left open.[13] However, they were forced to leave the ground in 2013 after it was shut down for failing to meet health and safety requirements.[11] Prior to Dorking Wanderers moving to the ground, it was upgraded to include a 300-seat stand, two covered standing areas and an 3G pitch as it was converted to a community sports facility at a cost of £5m.[11] The Surrey County Football Association also moved their headquarters to Meadowbank when it reopened.[11]

In February 2020 the club announced that planning permission had been granted to upgrade Meadowbank Stadium to a Grade B status. In July 2020, the stadium passed the Grade B status assessment. By September 2020 work had been completed on a new seated stand and a new covered terrace both at the east end of the ground, taking Meadowbank's official capacity to 3,000 

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Kings Arms.

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