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Whether you’re a local coming for the first time, or an away fan visiting, join us for a match and you are guaranteed a warm welcome in a family-friendly setting. See below for info about our ground and facilities.


Nethermoor Park
Otley Road
LS20 8BT

Ground Info

The capacity of Nethermoor is 4,021, which includes covered seated stands, covered terraced stands and a number of other terraced standing areas.

The majority of the larger seated stand has reserved seating for our season ticket holders, press, home and visiting directors and other guests and officials.

The second stand is unreserved and is available on a first come first served basis. In the event of a segregated match with a large support this area is dedicated to away support. If the travelling support is smaller and this stand is not provided for travelling fans requests can be made for access to the seating area on an ad-hoc basis.

Turnstiles: are situated at three corners of the ground.

Gates 1 & 2 are adjacent to the cricket club, Gates 3 & 4 adjacent to a small car park and Gates 5, 6, 7 & 8 are at the Railway End. In the event of a segregated match these Gates 5-8 are dedicated to away support.

Refreshments: there are two refreshment blocks serving hot food, hot and cold drinks and sweets situated at either ends of Nethermoor Park. In the event of a segregated match the Lions’ Diner closest to Gates 5-8 is dedicated to away fans. Additionally, hot food including pies, hot and cold drinks and sweets are available in the Clubhouse, where there is also a fully-licensed bar and Sky Sports and BT Sports TV. During segregated matches away fans cannot access the Clubhouse; for all other matches the area is open to all fans.

The Lions’ Diner serves a variety of hot and cold drinks including tea, coffee, hot chocolate, bovril, soup, pop, water, beer and cider. A wide variety of food is also available including chips, chip buttys, sausage rolls, pies, chocolate bars and sweets.

Lavatories: are located adjacent to Gates 3 & 4, adjacent to Gates 5-8, and in the Clubhouse, in the far corner past the bar. In the event of a segregated match the facilities by Gates 5-8 are dedicated to away support.

First Aid: the spectator first aid room is located adjacent to Gates 3 & 4.

Club Shop: Located next to the 1909 Lounge and Ticket Office. In the event of a segregated match individuals who wish to purchase any items from the Club Shop may request a pass through from a steward. Please note that this request may be refused if the ground is very busy or the match has begun. Permission will not be granted during half time.

Our Home Strip (in case you’re visiting us for the first time) is white shirt with blue trim, and blue shorts and socks.

Kick-Off Times are usually 3pm on Saturdays and 7.45pm on Tuesdays for midweek matches.

Matchday Programmes are available near the turnstiles for £3 each, as you enter the ground and contain exclusive interviews and articles not available elsewhere.

Our Ground Regulations can be found here and our Spectators’ Code of Conduct – Covid-19 can be found here.

Please note drums are NOT permitted at Nethermoor for all home games. 

Admission Prices

Matchday prices for the 2023/24 season are:

  • Adults: £12
  • Concessions (Over 66s/Students/Registered Disabled): £8
  • 11-18 Year-Olds: £5
  • Accompanied Under-11s: £1

All matches are ‘pay on the gate’ with payment via cash at all our turnstiles and card at turnstiles 1&2 unless otherwise specified.

If you are U21 and plan to attend the game unaccompanied please read our important update.

To get the best value for money our 2023/24 Season Tickets are on sale now starting from just £10, find out more here.

Directions and Parking

The Main Car park – allowing for quick access and exit – is located on Netherfield Road, adjacent to a footbridge leading to the Railway End turnstiles. There are two small car parks at the Otley Road End of the ground but they are usually filled by players, officials and staff well before kick off.

Get directions to the Main Car Park and see how it accesses Nethermoor Park.

Please do not park on Ings Crescent; not only is it a No Parking Zone and our Ambulance Entry Point, it can seriously inconvenience our neighbours.

For full directions, please see the page Getting to Nethermoor.