Home of Welling United FC

Opened circa 1925

Capacity 4,000

Rating: 4

(237) Google Reviews

Local football ground, that still has the communities support. It's small, but the advantage of that is that you are close to the action. Food beer and soft drinks are all on sale at reasonable prices. Welling V Dartford 2-2
profile image
a month ago
Had a great day out watching a bit of non league football at Welling United,against my team Havant & Waterlooville FC - People were very friendly & nice - Has a few bars & burger joint too - Would highly recommend that you give it a visit while in Kent or East London!
profile image
6 months ago
It was a surprise outing with my son and 2 small grandchildren. The children loved watching the game. Only problem was the toilets as there was no running water in both the ladies and gents toilets and sinks. This needs to be looked at . Food and drink was good
profile image
2 months ago
I had a good night out . I would reccomend to anyone wanting to watch a game
profile image
7 months ago
Played an U7 match there with Kekoa FC and it was a pleasure to visit. Great atmosphere and it's very obvious the teams are coached the right way to play football and approach the game
profile image
4 months ago
Be the first to comment!
0 / 1000
17 - 14 = ?

History (from Wikipedia)

It is not truly known when football was first played at Park View Road, but a significant grandstand was built by the late 1930s. It suffered substantial damage during The Blitz of World War II and lay derelict for some years after. This was until a campaign was initiated to reform Bexleyheath & Welling F.C. Crowds soon soared to over 2,000.

In 1950 the current main stand was built. Crowds continued to rise in the 1960s and so the main stand was enlarged, and covered terracing was increased. By the 1970s however, the club (which was then known as 
Bexley United) had fallen on tough times and were forced to fold. The last game was in April 1976.

In 1977, Welling United (who had been playing in nearby Eltham) secured a 15-year lease of the ground. It had been left to rot and a fire had damaged the main stand.

Erith & Belvedere F.C. moved into the ground in 1999 after the main stand at their old stadium – also known as Park View – burnt down. The club sold their old site in 2001 and financed the development of the far side of the ground, where their headquarters are now maintained. Seats replaced a rather dilapidated terrace.

Things to do nearby.

Toby Carvery Bexley Heath.

12 Reviews
Photo of Minh N.

One of the meals my wife wanted to have when coming to England was a roast, so some family members took us to Toby Carvery for a veritable feast. We had a... Read More

Photo of CallumLondon

I have no idea why Toby Carvery at Bexleyheath is so popular. It's a bog standard pub roast dinner, with the only difference being that the vegetables are... Read More

Photo of Johnny M.

I always look forward to a visit to Toby Carvery. Every time that I have visited I have always greatly enjoyed the food. However, my experience on 17/12/16... Read More


6 Reviews
Photo of Omoraka O.

Blackheath is lovely! especially if you happen to catch it on a sunny day. Blackheath is big green lawn mowered open space, with a pretty church on the... Read More

Photo of Georgia P.

We went to see the fireworks on Saturday 5 November. I definitely have not see the area so busy before but I was happily surprised with how well the area... Read More

Photo of Thomas A.

Sometimes you just need to get out of central london, and Blackheath is the perfect place to go if you want big open space and some great local shops. The... Read More