Maes Tegid Like?
Welcome Sign And Plaque (photo)
Maes Tegid (photo)
Where To Drink?
Seated Stand (photo)
How To Get There And Where To Park
Town End (photo)
By Train Or Bus
Record & Average Attendance
Fans Ground Reviews
Maes Tegid Location Map
|What's Maes Tegid Like?|
Maes Tigid has to be one of the most
pleasant settings to watch a game of football in the
UK, yet the ground is only three minutes walk from
the busy Bala town centre. Approaching the ground
from a narrow lane to the north of the town the
grounds profile is low and unassuming.
|Welcome Sign & Plaque|
|As far as we are aware there is no
segregation in the ground, away supporters can use
the same facilities as home supporters.
|Where To Drink?|
There are a
number of pubs, food and drink shops on the main
Bala town centre High Street, Heol Yr Orsaf, five
minutes walk from the ground. Located on the High
Street is the Olde Bull's Head which is listed in
the CAMRA Good Beer Guide.
|How To Get There And Where To Park|
|From The East:
Follow the A5 from Llangollen then take the A494 from Corwen towards Bala. Continue into Bala Town centre and take a right turn into the narrow Cambrian Terrace. Take the next road immediately to the left, Castle Street for the ground down on the left.
From The West:
Follow the A494 from Barmouth and Dolgellau. Continue into Bala town centre, and take a left turn into the narrow Cambrian Terrace. Take the next road immediately to the left, Castle Street, for the ground down on the left.
There is a car park at the ground which holds around 100 cars.
Map showing the location of the Maes Tegid Football Ground (at the bottom of this page).
|By Train Or Bus|
|There is no train
services to Bala, the nearest stations being
Betws-y-coed, Barmouth and Ruobon, all of which are at
least 15 miles away. The best option is to catch the
X94 Wrexham Bus Station to Barmouth bus service, this
service is hourly and stops in Bala town centre.
The nearest bus stops are on the main A434 road which passes through the centre of the town. The ground is 5 minutes walk north of the town centre. Once at the southbound or northbound bus stops look for the town hall building with the clock on its roof. Take the narrow lane Cambrian Terrace directly opposite, then at the next junction take the next road immediately to the left, Castle Street, the ground is on the left
|Official Programme £1.50|
|Porthmadog & Caersws are the nearest
local rivals, with Bangor, Newtown and Prestatyn
being the nearest Premier League rivals.
|Welsh Premier League Fixtures (takes you to the BBC Sports Website)|
|Record And Average Attendance|
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|Map Showing The Location Of The Maes Tegid Football Ground|
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Last Updated : 18 January 2013