Home of Tamworth FC

Opened 1934

Capacity 4,963

Rating: 4.4

(60) Google Reviews

Had an awesome time vip great hospitality.
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a week ago
A nice 3G pitch, clubhouse was small, plenty of parking. Not the easiest pitch to get to, and doesn’t seem like a nice area. The crowd seemed a bit rough and fed up, and it seemed to be connected directly to residential properties. The whole club could do with a face lift besides the actual pitch itself. The shop was good, and the ticket sales people were thoroughly informative and knew a lot about the club. The food was fantastic, the atmosphere wasn’t great though, and the facilities and toilets were poor.
Nice friendly atmosphere good facilities good for children. No stress way to pass an afternoon with the kids. Good standard of football without the agro.
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10 months ago
Love it here. I go as a supporter of the mighty Lambs. You are made to feel welcome. People there are very friendly. Drinks prices are very reasonable.
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4 months ago
Nice atmosphere, reasonably priced and tasty food but it’s a very basic stadium.
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a month ago
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History (from Wikipedia)

The Lamb Ground is a football stadium in the district of Kettlebrook, in TamworthStaffordshireEngland and the home of Tamworth F.C. It is approximately half a mile south of Tamworth railway station.


Tamworth spent their first year as a football team at Jolly Sailor ground before making the short move across the River Tame to start the 1934/35 season in the Birmingham Combination at the Lamb Ground. Tamworth have continued to play at the same site ever since, steadily improving the facilities as the Lambs progressed up the non-league football pyramid.

The ground was named after the "Lamb Inn", which stood for many years at the entrance to what is now the ground's car park. The first known use of the site was as a pig farm at the turn of the 19th century. Before 
Tamworth arrived at the Lamb Ground it is believed that Kettlebrook Oakfield F.C. used the ground. In those early days, players had to change in the Lamb Inn and run down to the pitch, but facilities have been slowly built up to include changing rooms and a clubhouse, as well as 'cover' and seating for spectators.

In 1969 the Lamb Ground acquired its floodlights from 
Scarborough and all bar one of the original pylons are still in place to date, one having been removed to make way for the construction of the current Main Stand in 1997. Gillingham were invited to play a friendly fixture to mark the official switch-on of the floodlights owing to the Gills being Tamworth's first Football League opposition in the FA Cup.

The Main Stand holds 518 while the terraced "Shed" is home to the "Shed Choir" which sometimes provide the team with vocal support. Planning permission has been sought for a new 1,800 seater stand incorporating VIP boxes to take the place of the current Main Stand, its thought
[by whom?] the current Main Stand would then be moved to the Castle End of the stadium.

Things to do nearby.

Tamworth Castle.

13 Reviews
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Lovely little hive of history, especially when my childhood castle was ruins, it's always nice to spend some time in one that would still have some chance... Read More

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Tamworth Castle is a great bit of history that has been influenced by most of the periods of English rulers. Originally the site hosted the seat of the... Read More

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I really like this castle it is in the centre of tamworth near the ankerside shopping centre, the veiws from the castle are breathtakingly beautiful. Read More

Drayton Manor Theme Park.

34 Reviews
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DO NOT and i repeat DO NOT go here on a day where school children go even if it's cheaper, you would be lucky to get on 2 rides Read More

Photo of Hannah M.

Not sprawling in pretty grounds like Alton Towers, but this means that you can cart children around without them getting too knackered. These days, I feel... Read More

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There are plenty of great rides and lots to do a very fun day out, with friends and family. Read More