Twerton Park Like?
Main and Family Stands (photo)
What Is It Like For Away Supporters?
Covered Terrace (photo)
Where To Drink?
Bristol End (photo)
How To Get There & Where To Park
Record & Average Attendance
Fans Ground Reviews
Twerton Park Location Map
|What's Twerton Park Like?|
This is an
old classic looking ground that just oozes
character. On one side are two seated covered
stands. The oldest of these is the Main Stand, that
looks as of it has been there from almost when the
ground opened in 1909, but probably dates later than
that. It has a raised covered seating area, which
means that spectators have to climb a small set of
stairs to enter it. It has a steeply angled
roof which points sharply downwards, with
windshields to each side and a number of supporting
pillars across the front. Below is a small uncovered
terrace area, in front of which are the team
dugouts. Beside the Main Stand is a smaller more
modern structure, which is all seated, covered and
has a couple of supporting pillars. This stand is
known as the Family Stand and is now allocated to
|Main & Family Stands|
|What Is It Like For Away Supporters?|
|The majority of away
fans are housed in the Bristol End, which is an open
terrace located at one end of the ground. The
terrace is set back a bit from the pitch, with a
tarmac walk way in-between it and the pitch.
If the weather is not that great, then it may be a better idea if you can to go for one of the 230 seats given to away supporters in the Family Stand, as at least this is covered, although there are a couple of supporting pillars to contend with that may impede your view, but at least you will be dry!.
|Where To Drink?|
There is a social club at
the ground which generally admits away fans, but
may not do so for some of the higher profile
games. Otherwise if you exit the Club car park
and turn right along the parade of shops then
you will reach the Old Crown pub. This small
traditional pub, has a small beer
garden, pool table and has real ale on
offer from Moles Brewery. Handily
located next to the pub is
a fish & chip shop.
|How To Get There & Where To Park|
|Although this may not be
the most direct route it does have the advantage of
avoiding Bath City Centre, which is normally heavily
Leave the M4 at Junction 19 and go onto the M32. At the end of the M32 head towards Bath (A4). On nearing Bath take the A36 Lower Bristol Road. After one mile turn right under a Railway Bridge (signposted Bath City FC) and into Twerton High Street. Take the 2nd left for the ground entrance. There is a car park at the ground which holds 150 cars, otherwise street parking.
Map showing the location of Twerton Park (at the bottom of this page).
|The nearest railway station is Oldfield Park Station, which is located just under a mile away. It is served by trains from Bath Spa and Bristol Temple Meads. Bath Spa has a more regular service from London Paddington & Bristol Temple Meads and is located just under two miles away from the ground.|
Under 16’s £5
Family tickets: 1 Adult + 2 Under 16's £21, 1 Adult + 1 Under 16 £18
Under 16’s £4
Family tickets: 1 Adult + 2 Under 16's £18, 1 Adult + 1 Under 16 £16
|Official Programme £2.50|
|Bath City FC fixture list (takes you to the BBC Sports Website)|
|Record & Average Attendance|
18,020 v Brighton & Hove Albion, 1960.
2010-2011: 1,070 (Blue Square Premier)
2009-2010: 633 (Blue Square South)
|Fans Reviews Of Twerton Park|
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|Map Showing The Location Of Twerton Park, Railway Station And Listed Pubs|
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* Although opened in 1909 as Innox Park. The Club did not take over the ground until 1931.
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Last Updated : 19 March 2012