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Founded 1960

Capacity 2,500

Rating: 4.3

(155) Google Reviews

Nice quirky ground with a few odd structures and some more modern parts. The car park is quite small but there is street parking. A covered awning stretched from the Clubhouse to the pitch and the area had the food sales and a lot of pub type garden tables to sit at whilst you ate - a good touch. The pitch was in excellent condition and the ground very smart in general, it being in the town centre I should imagine the land value is high.
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a year ago
Car Park rather small but you can park on the roads nearby. Good pitch with lots of covered seating and standing. Lots of benches in front of the bar and food bar. No hot food tonight since it was the ground share team at home. But hot drinks available.
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7 months ago
Nice large beer garden with 3 tv screens, full bar and hot food stall, great venue for our cup final
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9 months ago
Good bar great atmosphere burger and hot dog stall when matches on and a seafood bar 4 days a week
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a month ago
Not the best pitch I have seen at Non League level, and most definitely did not enjoy the chips at all as they were undercooked. The grassed surface around the tea hut area can be muddy, so do be cautious during the Autumn/ Winter. Visiting the club house was the only positive I took from my visit to Parkfield.
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3 years ago
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History (from Wikipedia)

Ground[edit]

The club play at The LA Construction Stadium, which was also used for many years by Arsenal Ladies Reserves and by the 1st team for county cup ties. In 2006, in the space of just six weeks, a new perimeter fence was erected, major improvements were made to the stand and changing rooms, and turnstiles and an outside toilet block were added to the facilities to satisfy the Football Association's ground grading standards and allow the club to be promoted to the Southern League Division One East.

The ground can be found on Watkins Rise, which is a small road that is connected to The Walk. The Hertfordshire based club have the postcode EN6 1QB.

Two new stands were built in the 2018-19 season with capacity for 100 seats and 100 people standing following promotion to Step 3.

The current record attendance for the ground is 2,011 set on 19 October 2019 in the FA Cup primarily round 4 against 
Barnet.[6]

Things to do nearby.

Harringtons Fish & Chips.

5 Reviews
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I always order a sausage with chips here for takeaway---and I do recommend takeaway since the restaurant itself is quite quiet. Service is quick. It... Read More

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Passed by this place when I was in the Potters Bar area. Saw a lunch special sign for 3 or 5 pound entrees and decided to try it out. The food is actually... Read More

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The best fish and chips in the area bar none. I'm a regular each week and can't think of one occasion when I've been disappointed. What stands Harringtons... Read More

The Admiral Byng.

7 Reviews
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I liked the Admiral Byng. It's pretty much just like every other Wetherspoons pub--the crowd's an interesting mix, good selection of beers, really good... Read More

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My local! Lovely atmosphere here, always a great crowd of fellow locals. Terrific staff, particularly George, my favourite. Always the first place I pop in... Read More

Photo of Chris H.

If you like Wetherspoons then you'll probably like this place. It's either filled with a platitude of coffin dodgers or a gaggle of yobs lubricating... Read More