Ground Name: Twerton Park,
Capacity: 8,880 Seating Capacity: 1,006
Address: Twerton, Bath, BA2 1DB
Telephone No: 01225 423087
Fax No: 01225 481391
Pitch Size: 110 x 74 yards
Team Nickname: The Romans
Club Founded: 1889
Year Ground Opened: 1909 as Innox Park. The Club did not take over the ground until 1931.
Home Kit Colours: Black & White
Official Web Site: www.bathcityfc.com
Unofficial Web Site: www.bathcity-mad.co.uk
The ground is a classic old looking one. On one side are two seated covered stands. One is quite old looking with windshields to each side and a number of supporting pillars across the front of it. It has a steeply angled roof which points sharply downwards. On one side is a more modern looking stand although it too has a number of supporting pillars. At one end is large steep terrace that is known as the Bristol End. If fans need to be segregated then it is this end which is allocated to the visiting supporters. There is a noticeable slope to the pitch that descends from this area down to the other end of the ground. This end has a small shallow terrace that has nets behind in an attempt to stop balls being kicked out of the ground. The remaining side is a rather old but quaint looking covered terrace that runs the full length of the pitch. The ground is completed by a set of four traditional floodlights in each corner of the stadium.
There is a social club at the ground which admits away fans. Otherwise if you exit the car park and turn right along the parade of shops then you will reach the Old Crown pub.
Next to the Old Crown pub there is a handy fish & chip shop.
Main Route: Take Junction 18 off M4. 3rd exit off roundabout and follow A46 (10 miles) to Bath City Centre. Along Pulteney Road then right into Claverton Street and then follow A36 Lower Bristol Road (1.5 miles). Left under Railway bridge (signs Bath City FC) into Twerton High Street and ground is 2nd turning on left.
Alternative Route: Take Junction 19 off M4 onto M32. Junction 3 off M32 follow signs for Bath (A4). Through Keynsham (5 miles) and Saltford (8 miles) take right-hand exit off dual-carriage way onto Lower Bristol Road (A36). 1 mile right under Railway bridge (signs Bath City FC) then as above.
There is a car park at the ground which holds 150 cars, otherwise street parking.
Oldfield Park Station is located a mile away. It is served by trains from Bristol Temple Meads & Southampton.
Under 16s: £5/£4
18,020 v Brighton & Hove Albion, 1960
Amongst other things Bath is famous for Britain's only natural hot spring. Learn all about it at the 2,000 year old Roman Baths. See www.romanbaths.co.uk for more details.
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