Nethermoor Park

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Nethermoor Park
Location Guiseley, England
Capacity 3,000 (427 seated)
Record attendance 2,486
Opened 1909
Guiseley A.F.C. (1909–)

Nethermoor Park is a football stadium in Guiseley, West Yorkshire and the home ground of Guiseley A.F.C.. Opened in 1909,[1] the stadium has a capacity of 3,000, 427 of which is seated and 1,040 of which is covered.[2] Following the club's promotion to the National division of the National League in 2015, plans were submitted to ensure the ground passed the ground grading requirements of a 4,000 capacity with 500 seats; the expansion would involve creating new terraces on three sides of the ground and covering all four sides.[3][4] The extension was completed before the 30 March 2016 deadline.[5]

The record attendance at the ground is 2,486 for an FA Vase semi-final against Bridlington Town during the 1989–90 season.[2]


  1. ^ Nethermoor Park Football Ground Guide
  2. ^ a b Mike Williams & Tony Williams (2013) Non-League Club Directory 2013: 35th Edition TW Publications, p213
  3. ^ Guiseley’s stadium expansion plans set for green light as conference kick-off nears Yorkshire Evening Post, 5 August 2015
  4. ^ Guiseley AFC: Stadium upgrade plans approved by council BBC Sport, 7 August 2015
  5. ^ Celebrations as Guiseley AFC's grounds upgrade declared a success The Telegraph and Argus, 31 March 2016

Coordinates: 53°52′37.84″N 1°43′09.95″W / 53.8771778°N 1.7194306°W / 53.8771778; -1.7194306