Ground Name: Wheatsheaf Park
Capacity: 3,000 (300 seated & 800 covered)
Address: Wheatsheaf Lane, Staines, Middlesex TW18 2PD
Telephone No: 07825 067232
Team Nickname: The Swans, The Wheatsheafers
Club Founded: 1892
Year Ground Opened: 1951
Home Kit Colours: Yellow & Blue
Wheatsheaf Park has been the home of the club since it was purchased in 1951. Like many football stadiums, it has changed greatly over time; the most recent of these changes was the development of the main stand in the Wheatsheaf Lane End. Planning permission for this was granted in March 2000, and Staines Town returned to the revamped ground on 22 February 2003. The club now boasts a brand new sports bar and refurbished changing rooms. Wheatsheaf Park is one of the most developed stadiums in its league.
The ground consists of one main stand, raised above pitch level and three terraces, two of which are covered. There is also plenty of room for standing in front of the main stand.
Leave the M25 at Junction 13 and turn east onto the London bound A30. At 'The Crooked Billett' roundabout, exit for Staines town centre. Go right through the town, passing the Elmsleigh Centre car parks, next bear left at the junction opposite the Thames Lodge hotel and into Laleham Road. Go under the iron railway bridge next to the river and follow the road for about 2/3 of a mile, turning right by the bollards and into Wheatsheaf Lane. The ground is on the left and sign posted Staines Town FC / The Thames club.
Staines is on the main Windsor & Eton / Reading line to Waterloo. The stadium is a 3/4 mile walk
Over 60's: £6
Under 16's: £5
Students £6: (with proof)
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