Home of Worksop Town FC

Opened 1992

Capacity 2,500

Rating: 4.5

(203) Google Reviews

Nice little ground this with plenty of atmosphere and I don't think I've seen turnstiles that are actually inside (handy in the British weather). Small car park but plenty of side streets to park. We unfortunately encountered an issue with one of the fans but somebody from the club has addressed this and is sorting it so it's all good.
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11 months ago
Nice pitch, great cup final and food.
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3 months ago
4th oldest football team in the world! Nice food from the Tigers Lounge.
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a year ago
Came to watch a match parking a massive issue but the grounds are fantastic and the whole evening was great
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2 months ago
Nice friendly football club with good facilities for non league.
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2 months ago
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History (from Wikipedia)

Worksop initially played at two different grounds on Netherton Road before, along with the cricket club, it moved to Bridge Meadow, also known as Newcastle Avenue, in 1891. This had separate cricket and football pitches along with a quarter-mile track. In 1901, it moved across the River Ryton to Central Avenue, staying there until 1988, when it was forced to move to play in Gainsborough. It returned to its home town in 1992 when a new ground was built on Sandy Lane. It lost ownership of Sandy Lane in 2005 and again had to groundshare elsewhere before returning to Sandy Lane in 2011, this time as tenants of Worksop Parramore.

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6 Reviews
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Love the food here, so yummy, the place is nice and clean and looks cool. I've been a few times and had good experiences Read More

Photo of J G.

A friendly and good atmosphere serving great food. I travel a lot for work and am partial to a curry so know a good one when I have it. Jhanook rates in my... Read More

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Cost about £50 something for three of us. All had starters and a few drinks. (bottles of beer were expensive, but they had kingfisher on draught that wasn't... Read More