Home of Warrington Town FC

Opened 1956

Capacity 2,550

Rating: 4.4

(216) Google Reviews

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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5 months ago
Went to watch the Town play Marine when my brother sponsored the game. We were well looked after by Lisa in the lounge with great simple food and limitless tea and coffee.Good view of the pitch from the lounge as well so no need to venture outside if the weather's bad.
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2 months ago
Enjoy the matches here. Really good standard of football here and some good matches. Good value for money and a choice of seating or standing
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4 months 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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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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3 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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