1. View of the Clubhouse from the main gates
2. The turnstiles – a new building housing some pretty old turnstiles that were once used at Sheffield United’s Bramall Lane ground. A club founded 15 years after us.
3. The entrance to the SportsBar
4. The view as Spectators enter the SportsBar, apart from providing matchday refreshments and a place to catch up on the latest football scores the SportsBar can be hired for functions.
5. The modern bar with plenty of room.
The Stadium opened in time for the start of the 2008 -09 season.
The clubhouse measures 70 metres by 14 metres.
The official capacity for the ground is 3,000 people.
The playing area is surrounded by a 1.85 metre larch lap fence.
The present ground grading is D.
Entry for Officials and Players
1. Players, match and club officials enter through Reception and then either through to the changing rooms or Boardroom.
2. The Boardroom where Club Officials and guests have refreshments.
3. Players Lounge where players have their post match meal.
1. Home Corridor – the rooms off of the corridor include Home Changing room, treatment room, kit room, laundry, weight training room and running equipment room.
2. Treatment room where our Sports Therapist treats players during the week and the more serious injury on match day.
3. Home Changing room which measures 30.24 square metres.
4. Showers which for both home and away changing rooms have 10 shower heads.
5. Away Changing room which is slightly smaller than the home changing room at 28.25 square metres.
6. Referees Changing room.
7. View from players entrance through tunnel to the pitch.
8. View in the tunnel.
9. At the end of the tunnel entering pitch.
The pitch measures 101 x 64.8 metres.
The pitch is surrounded by a 1.05 metre fence which is 4 metres from the touchlines and the goal lines.
There are two entrance gates onto the pitch, one for the players and the other for emergency vehicle access which has been used when a paramedic car and ambulance had to attend an injured player.
The first competitive match played at the Stadium was on Wednesday 13th August 2008 between Biggleswade Town and Hertford Town in the Molten Spartan South Midlands League Premier Division. Biggleswade Town won the match 1 – 0 with a goal scored by Glen Lamacraft in the 13th minute of the match.
The technical areas are 26.8 metres apart and each technical area is 13.5 metres from the halfway line.
Each fixed housing (subs bench) seats nine.
Floodlighting installed by Highlights Floodlighting Limited
There are six floodlighting columns, each column measures 15 metres in height.
Each column has three 2000 Watt HQI OPTIVISION lamps. There is provision to increase the number of lamps if required.
Average Lux Value = 210 Lux
Maximum Lux Value = 400 Lux
Minimum Lux Value = 110 Lux