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Bob Lucas Stadium

Rating: 4.3

(138) Google Reviews

Always a pleasure using the cafe. It's reasonably priced and the food is good.
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a month ago
Lovely breakfast here.
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3 weeks ago
Nice brekkies does what it says on the tin. Moody woman taking the order like it was an inconvenience that we were there
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7 months ago
Food plentiful, cheap, but quality very average.
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8 months ago
Excellent breakfast. All cooked fresh and value for money.
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8 months ago

History (from Wikipedia)

The Bob Lucas Stadium (formerly named the Wessex Stadium) is a football stadium in WeymouthEngland. It has been the home ground of Weymouth F.C. since 1987. It was formerly a greyhound racing and speedway stadium.


The ground, which was built to hold 10,000 with 900 seated in the stand, first saw a football kicked with the visit of Taunton Town in the Western Counties Floodlight Cup final on 18 August 1987 in front of 1,023 spectators. The league season opened on 26 August with a visit from Lincoln City – who had just suffered relegation from the Football League – and the official attendance was 3,500.

Ron Greenwood performed the official opening of the ground on 21 October 1987, prior to an exhibition match against Manchester United - which the Terras won 1–0. The attendance for this fixture was given as 4,904.

In July 2010, the name of the stadium was changed from the Wessex Stadium in homage to the long-serving club president Bob Lucas, during his fight against cancer.
[1] He died a month later, aged 85.[2]