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Opened 1947

Capacity 3,200

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Grosvenor Vale
51.569403,-0.416639

Rating: 4.2

(346) Google Reviews

Great club and atmosphere. My boy plays in the youth team so started watching the men's matches. Good vibe there
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2 months ago
A good friendly club, with ample parking upon site, assuming that it is dry, as it seems to be on their training pitches. Parking was £3 (Oct 2021). There is a surprisingly large amount of seating available at the ground. With standing available at a few levels. I choose one near the half way line. Sadly it was plagued by locals walking up to their vantage point for the first 5-10 mins of the game. They didn't seem to care that arriving late was inconveniencing others. A burger counter in one corner and a hot food counter on the half way line, opposite my seated stand, are available. The game was entertaining enough, with both home and away fans, noisier than most at this level. It was good to enjoy, the swapping of fans at half time.
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3 months ago
A non League ground rather than a stadium with a Mish mash of stands . Close to the action from all vantage points and easy to switch position as there was no need for any segregation on my visit versus Eastleigh.. Great pin seller in the car park with extensive range of mainly non League collectors badges.
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3 months ago
Great club and atmosphere, a worthwhile experience of some real football. This is what football is all about
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2 months ago
Well organised, decent footballing side. Great facilities too.
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3 months ago

History (from Wikipedia)

Grosvenor Vale is a football stadium in RuislipGreater London, England. The current capacity of the ground is 3,200.[2] It is the home of Wealdstone F.C., who moved into the ground in 2008, after 17 years of ground sharing with other clubs after leaving their Lower Mead stadium.

The ground was opened in 1947 to house 
Ruislip Manor F.C.. Ruislip Manor played there until the club collapsed in 2008, and the lease for the ground was then purchased by Wealdstone F.C.[3] The stadium has been slowly improved and expanded since then.[4]

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