My granddaughter has recently been signed by the Royston Town Ladues football team, it is our local side, she has been with the club since she was seven and developed through the club over the years.
The club has a variety of facilities from the club house, a number of pitches around the town as well as a new Astro Turf facility which all teams and age groups frequently use. The club is an institute for all of the towns men women and children who are interested in football including parents and supporters
Lovely football ground, covered areas with seating, best in Herts Senior League (I support my local team, Hertford Heath) and enjoyable after-match time in the Club house with good selection of beer etc. plus nibbles
Garden Walk has been the home of Royston Town F.C. since 1932. The clubhouse and dressing rooms are behind the near goal and were constructed in 1974, while the floodlights were switched on in 1981. One of the legacies of their spell in the Isthmian League is the stand at Garden Walk, positioned mid-way along the far touchline on the cemetery side of the ground. Erected in 1984, it replaced an earlier timber structure and is constructed largely from brick with a sloping metal roof supported by ten posts. The official seated capacity is 300, although this is largely on benches, with only a modest number of seats provided in the central portion. Although rather hemmed in by housing, Garden Walk is certainly a better County League ground. Opportunities for development however are limited and the club have been seeking an alternative home for some time. However, in the spring of 2004 the club were rocked by the news that although they had won support at local council level, planning permission for a new ground at Ivy Farm had been turned down by the Government Office for the East of England. In 2017-18 three new stands were erected at Garden Walk. Two all seater and one standing only.