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TWERTON PARK
 
 
Twerton Park was a League ground for 11 seasons;
from June 1st, 1986 to August 18th, 1996 .

Twerton Park was the 172nd
ground to be used for a League game.

Year opened 1932

 
GROUND HISTORY adapted from "The Ultimate Directory of English & Scottish Football League Grounds"
 
Bristol Rovers FC moved from Eastville Stadium in 1986 to groundshare with Bath City FC at Twerton Park. Occupying a constrained site, the facilities included a main stand on the north side (burned down in 1990 and subsequently rebuilt) narrow open terraces at each end and a partially covered narrow terrace on the south side.

The record attendance of 18,020 was set at the FA Cup 3rd Round tie between Bath City and Brighton & Hove Albion (0-1) on January 9th, 1960. Bristol Rovers moved to The Memorial Ground in Bristol in 1996 whilst Bath City continues to use it as their home ground.
 

GROUND DETAILS adapted from "The Extreme Groundhoppers Guide"
 
Ground address: Twerton Park, Twerton, Bath, BA2 1DB
Main phone number: 01225 423087
Ticket prices: Adults Ł12 Over 65's/Students Ł8 under 16's Ł4 Programme Ł2.00
 
If driving to ground: Take the M5 to junction 15, exit onto M4 toward London/ M32/ Bristol, then at junction 19 of the M4 on to the M32 and take the first exit onto the Bristol Ring Road, A4174, going left signposted towards Bath. Follow this road and the signs to Bath until you join the A4 at Keynsham, again signposted Bath. Follow this through Saltford and continue on the A4 down Lower Bristol Road Turn right at the next set of lights under the Railway Bridge (Cars Only) in Connection Road onto the High Street just past the Shops take a right and Twerton Park is on your left and there are good spaces for cars
 
If using Public Transport: Bath Spa bus 5 from City Centre to Twerton Parade, Clyde Gardens, Twerton it’s a three minute walk from this stop you cannot miss the ground or Oldfield Park Rail it’s a 14 minute rail journey from Bristol Temple Meads and a 10 minute walk to the ground
 
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