Home of Woking FC

Opened 1922

Capacity 6,036

Rating: 4.1

(473) Google Reviews

£6 + for a burger was a bit steep £3 for match programme and it was 70 pages slots of content , well done on that . Pitch look good fair play bits of ground looked run down however . Stewards was friendly and helpful Good experience bar for my team wrexham losing lol
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11 months ago
Such a great place to take the kids. They absolutely loved it. Thanks Woking Football Club. Good win today ⚽️👍🏽👊🏽
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6 months ago
Great place to go to enjoy some good non- league football and to let your hair down .
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a month ago
A nice ground to visit as an away supporter BUT the car park is a 15 minute walk away. The food and coffee were good and not overpriced and the home support was loud! Before the game we went to a beautiful country park in the Surrey Hills with lovely views - well worth stopping there and its about 20 minutes away from the ground.
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11 months ago
I absolutely love this ground . The atmosphere is brilliant and the stewards are very friendly and helpful. The football team is also one of the best ive seen in non- league. I would highly recommend that everyone should visit here at least once in your lifetime. I would say this thou as im a Woking fc fan. COYC
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3 years ago
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History (from Wikipedia)

Kingfield Stadium, also known as Laithwaite Community Stadium for sponsorship reasons, is the home of Woking F.C. in the Kingfield area of WokingSurrey which has a capacity of 6,036 of which 2,500 are seated on grandstands.


The stadium has a number of structures, built at different times during its history.

Leslie Gosden Stand[edit]

The main stand, called the Leslie Gosden Stand, is the tallest structure on the ground. It has entirely covered seating. The stand was built in 1995[3] using financing from Woking Borough Council[3][4] and represented the first of four phases of development.[4]

Other stands[edit]

Opposite the Leslie Gosden Stand is the Kingfield Road End, which is a covered terrace. One side of the ground has two small seated stands and a small open terrace known as "moaners' corner". The other side is a long open terrace, called the Chris Lane Terrace, which is reserved for away fans when a match requires crowd segregation but can be used by anybody when there is no segregation in place. Above the Chris Lane Terrace there is a camera tower where the highlights are filmed from.

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