The Camrose

Infobox Stadium
stadium_name = The Camrose


caption = The Main Stand| location = Western Way, Basingstoke, Hampshire
fullname = The Camrose Ground
nickname =
built = 1946
opened = 1946
owner = | seating_capacity = 6,000
tenants = Basingstoke Town F.C.
dimensions =

The Camrose is a football stadium which is the home ground of Basingstoke Town in Basingstoke, Hampshire. It has a total capacity of 6,000, with a mixture of seating and terracing. The ground is named after their late benefactor, Lord Camrose.

The ground has just one seated area, the Main Stand (capacity 650), which is located on the south-east side of the pitch. The opposite side of the pitch has a covered terraced area, with either end of the pitch uncovered.

There is not usually segregation of home and away fans, although exceptions are made for big games such as the post-qualifying stages of the FA Cup.

The record attendance is 5,085 for a game versus Wycombe Wanderers in the FA Cup 1st Round in November 1997.

External links

* [http://www.btfc.org.uk/liveupdate/home.html Club website]


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