NATIONAL LEAGUE

Select From The Stadiums Below

Recreation Ground
(Aldershot Town)

This is a stadium tightly packed into the surrounding area, and that limits its accessibility...

Moss Lane
(Altrincham)

One of those long-standing Non-League stadiums which offers something that should be to everyone’s taste...

The Hive Stadium
(Barnet)

A modern football ground with good quality facilities, though it isn’t in the borough which its tenants called home for many decades...

Meadow Park
(Boreham Wood)

Looking back on its most recent renovation work, it does feel like this long-standing football ground is on its way to becoming tidy, modern and balanced across all four of its sides...

Hayes Lane
(Bromley)

Its modern South Stand does feel a little out of place when compared to the rest of the ground, but it means that this place can now accommodate to many different needs...

Technique Stadium
(Chesterfield)

A very simple, nicely balanced ground that’s easy to get all the way around and offers excellent views of the pitch from anywhere inside...

Victoria Road
(Dagenham and Redbridge)

You could argue that away fans get the best seats in the house here...

Meadowbank Ground
(Dorking Wanderers)

Small in size, but an excellent, modern sports facility...

Ten Acres
(Eastleigh)

A decent little football ground in southern England that you could hypothetically fly to...

The Shay
(FC Halifax Town)

A name that quite literally carries centuries of history...

Gateshead International Stadium
(Gateshead)

An International standard athletics stadium, which makes it not best suitable for association football...

York Road
(Maidenhead United)

Any ground with a world record is worth coming to check out, and that’s what York Road currently possesses...

Gallagher Stadium
(Maidstone United)

A long desired home that’s slowly progressing into a Football League standard venue...

Meadow Lane
(Notts County)

A nostalgic stadium that serves as the home of the oldest professional football club on the planet...

Boundary Park
(Oldham Athletic)

A proud part of Oldham’s landscape for over a century. It’s the loyal fanbase who gather here each and every game that can make Boundary Park such a unique and special place...

Glanford Park
(Scunthorpe United)

A football ground that is very well balanced on all four sides. Glanford Park is certainly practical, but its design does feel slightly outdated when compared to newer stadiums in the country...

Damson Park
(Solihull Moors)

A very interesting mix of differently shaped stands, there isn’t another ground like Damson Park anywhere else in the UK...

Roots Hall
(Southend United)

One of those cases where you shouldn’t judge a book by its cover. The exterior of Roots Hall may be rather dull in colour, but it’s a completely different story inside...

Plainmoor
(Torquay United)

You don’t often find a football ground that puts club directors behind the goal, but that’s what you’ll find at Plainmoor...

Grosvenor Vale
(Wealdstone)

Find a large field. Use a section of the grass to form a pitch. Put a load of stands around it. That essentially is Grosvenor Vale...

Kingfield Stadium
(Woking)

A fairly practical football ground which is a lot more than just its tall all-seater stand to the south...

Racecourse Ground
(Wrexham)

A truly historic football ground that for now is only in use on three sides...

Huish Park
(Yeovil Town)

A ground that’s a real challenge to get to if you can’t get there by car...

York Community Stadium
(York City)

Bootham Crescent carries a great past. The hope will be that the York Community Stadium can carry a great future...