Home of Slough Town FC

Since 2016

Capacity 2,000

Rating: 4.5

(400) Google Reviews

Great facilities and friendly staff
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2 weeks ago
Great ground. Very clean, good bars, reasonably quick service. Good choice of food. Plenty of available cover if it's raining. We really enjoyed our visit.
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6 months ago
Nice stadium, however the town is a bit rundown
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a week ago
Nice little ground with a good playing surface. Only negative was that there was nowhere open at the ground to get a coffee or tea
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4 months ago
Never been before. Superb ground. Very family friendly. Good game too. Was a great afternoon with the kids.
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11 months ago
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History (from Wikipedia)

Slough Town started the 2016-17 season playing their early home games at Holloways Park, Windsor Road, Beaconsfield, Buckinghamshire. They moved back into the borough of Slough for the first time in over a decade on 29 August 2016 when they played their first game at the new ground, Arbour Park, against Hayes and Yeading United, winning 2-1.[3][4]

The pitch at Arbour Park is 3G and has been approved by FIFA, one of only 24 to be so in the UK.
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For many years since the 1930s, Slough Town played at the Dolphin Stadium, just to the east of the town centre. From 1973 Slough Town played at the Wexham Park Stadium. At the end of the 2002–03 season, financial disagreements with the stadium's owners led to the club's eviction. The Stadium is still in existence, but has since fallen into a state of serious disrepair. During the next four seasons (2003–04 to 2006–07) the club was based in 
Windsor, ground-sharing with Windsor & Eton at their Stag Meadow ground. In the summer of 2007, the club agreed a three-year ground-share with Beaconsfield SYCOB. This was extended to cover the 2010–11 season,[7] and continued until Slough moved into their new ground, Arbour Park, on 29 August 2016.[8]

In June 2009, Slough Town made a proposal that was submitted to 
Slough Borough Council for permission to build a new stadium within the Borough of Slough. The proposed location for the development was the Arbour Vale school site on Stoke Road, to the north of the town. In addition to a state-of-the-art stadium, the plans included affordable housing and sports fields.[9][10] An artist's impression of the new ground was released in March 2012.[11] In 2018, after opening two years prior, Arbour Park hosted a number of games in the 2018 CONIFA World Football Cup.[12]

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