Belle Vue Like?
External View (photo)
George James Stand (photo)
Where To Drink?
Arriva Stand (photo)
How To Get There And Where To Park
Coronation Gardens End (photo)
Grange Road End (photo)
Record & Average Attendance
Fans Ground Reviews
Belle Vue Location Map
|What's Belle Vue Like?|
Itís a welcome return to Rhyl who last
were in the Welsh Premier League in
2009. Belle Vue is located in
the Southern suburbs of the town, around 10-15
minutes walk from the sea front and town centre.
Walking to the ground from the town centre along the
B5119 Grange Road the first thing you see on the
right hand side is a large white-washed wall in
front of a tarmaced car park, which forms the rear
of the Grange Road End. This wall bears the football
club name in bold black letters, reflecting the club
colours. The ground site itself
seating capacity was expanded to allow the club to
play European fixtures,and is consequently one of
the largest in the Premier League. Space is limited
on three sides of the ground however there is scope
to rebuild the Grange Road End but we are not aware
of any future plans.
far as we are aware there is no segregation at Belle
Vue apart from local derbies and the rivalry
with Bangor City. In this case visiting fans are allocated the George James Stand which is accessible from turnstiles to the far left of the Grange Road end.
|George James Stand|
|Where To Drink?|
Club has its own bar at the ground called the
Legends Lounge Bar, which welcomes away fans on
few minutes walk along Grange Road (in the
direction of the town centre) is the
Miillbank Inn, which is a Thwaites pub. In the town centre itself
on Sussex Street is a Wetherspoons pub. The
latter is listed in the CAMRA Good
Beer Guide. Othwerwise there are plenty of
pubs in the centre of Rhyl which is about
a ten minute walk away.
|How To Get There And Where To Park|
|From the East
Follow the A55 towards North Wales, then exit at Junction 27 and head towards Rhuddlan on the A525.
Continue on the A525 into the South suburbs of Rhyl then just before the Railway line turn right into Prince Edward Avenue. At the B5119 Crossroads turn right into Grange Road, the ground is on the right hand side.
From the South
Follow the A525 North from Ruthin, across the A55 Junction into Rhuddlan. Continue into the South suburbs of Rhyl then just before the Railway line turn right into Prince Edward Avenue. At the B5119 Crossroads turn right onto Grange Road,the ground is on the right hand side.
From the West
Follow the A55 towards Chester then exit at Junction 27 and head towards Rhuddlan on the A525.
Continue on the A525 into the South suburbs of Rhyl then just before the Railway line turn right into Prince Edward Avenue. At the B5119 Crossroads turn right into Grange Road,the ground is on the right hand side.
There is a car park behind the Grange Road End. Otherwise there is plenty of on-street parking in the area.
Map showing the location of the Belle Vue Football Ground (at the bottom of this page).
Station is located around a half a mile away from Belle
Vue. The station benefits from being on the Arriva
Trains Wales Birmingham-Shrewsbury-Chester-Holyhead
Service, which links up with the busy ferry services to
the Irish Republic. Because of this trains services
are frequent between 5am and 10pm. Rhyl can also be
reached by Arriva Train Wales South Wales-North
Wales Service from Cardiff via Hereford &
Shrewsbury. Once you have arrived at Rhyl Railway
Station it will take you around 10 minutes to walk
to the Belle Vue football ground.
Walking directions from the railway station to the Belle Vue:
You need to head away from the town centre and seafront and walk towards the town's Southern suburbs.To do this walk over the Vale Road Railway bridge which is right next to the Bus and Railway Station, following the A525 into Vale Road. After around five minutes turn left into Prince Edward Avenue.Then after a further 2-3 minutes you will come to the B5119 crossroads, turn right into Grange Road. The ground is on the right hand side, with all parts of the ground accessible from turnstiles at the Grange Road End.
|There are a number of
local Arriva Wales Bus
Services running to Rhyl Bus Station:
12 Llundudno-Colwyn Bay-Rhyl
Rhyl is also served by two long distance National Express Coach Services-380 Newcastle-Pwllheli and 545 London-Pwllheli however these services are far less frequent.
Once you have arrived at Rhyl Bus Station it will take you around 10 minutes to walk to Belle Vue. As it adjacent to the railway station then see the walking directions from the railway station above.
|Official Programme £2|
speaking Prestatyn Town are the nearest Premier
League rivals, just 3 miles way along the North
Wales coast.Colwyn Bay might be seen as a rival if
they didn't play in the English League Pyramid.Welsh
League Pyramid Clubs Llandudno, Conwy United &
Fllint Town United are also not too far away.
However the historic rivalry,and the game which
draws the biggest crowds, is with Bangor City
despite the two clubs being 35 miles apart.
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|League Of Wales Fixtures (takes you to the BBC Sports Website)|
|Record And Average Attendance|
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