Home of Stratford Town FC

Since 2008

Capacity 1,400

Rating: 4.3

(190) Google Reviews

Easy to find, cold and wet conditions resulting in the game being abandoned. Plenty of parking, seems a good set up but didn’t spend too much time hanging around as it was such bad weather.
Fantastic place to spend a Sat afternoon 😀
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a month ago
Visited with AFCRD. Great ground and facilities. Very helpful staff and welcoming fans. Looking forward to our next visit 👍⚽️
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2 years ago
Reasonable gate price. Decent burger and chips. Lovely seats in the ground. Quite a nice atmosphere all round.
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7 months ago
I can't say too much about this football club yet, but the people who run it are friendly, the stadium itself is larger than I thought with what looks like great facilities. The training pitches are immaculate as is the main football pitch.
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a year ago
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History (from Wikipedia)


Stratford Town moved into the Knights Lane ground, Tiddington in the 2007–08 season. They played their first league match there against Barwell on 16 February 2008, losing 1–0 to a Stuart Spencer goal.[1]

The record attendance is 1,054 for the Southern League Division One South & West play-off final against Larkhall Athletic in May 2015.

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