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Opened 1956

Capacity 2,550

Rating: 4.4

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My first visit to Cantilever Park. The ground has a small carpark, but there is plenty of street parking nearby. The clubhouse is split serving both inside and outside the ground. The outside clubhouse is accessed from the carpark. It's got toilets in the foyer and the room is subdivided into a bar area and a games area with pool & darts. The bar is a good size serving a selection of drinks....and it's cheap by anyone's definition. Inside the ground it's a bit of a mishmash of standing/seating areas with several reasonably priced food outlets. At the time it's having remedial work done around the ground to meet the ground grading rules. Overall an enjoyable experience.
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3 weeks ago
Classic non league football ground. ⚽️
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2 months ago
Great local family friendly club, amazing atmosphere at home games for a non-league team, good size crowds. Good price on ales.
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a year ago
Love it great atmosphere everytime, decent prices for beer and entry, come on the wire 💛💙 and how amazing you can get a pot noodle!
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4 years ago
Very helpful staff. Disabled parking available (only 3 spaces) accessible gate into ground available on request. Accessible toilet also available but not used. Good sightlines to the pitch at pitch level. Only attended a preseason friendly which Warry lost!
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2 years ago
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History (from Wikipedia)


The club played firstly at Stockton Lane in Stockton Heath in 1949, arriving at London Road in 1950, then moving to its first ground on Loushers lane (the Cheshire Police Ground) in 1953, returning to further down Stockton Lane in Grappenhall in 1955. The following year, the club moved to Cantilever Park, which had a capacity of 2,500 as of November 2014. It takes its name from the Cantilever Bridge, a high-level road bridge on Ackers Road over the Manchester Ship Canal that towers over the ground to the east. The ground itself is on the northern bank of the canal. The ground consists of three stands, one of which is seated.

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