|Location||Hayes, Greater London|
|Opened||26 August 1920|
|Capacity||4,500 (500 seated)|
Hayes & Yeading (2007–2011)
After initially playing at Botwell Common, Hayes (then known as Botwell Mission) bought the ground in Church Road. The site was originally named Cox's Meadow and later Townfield. It was officially opened with a Whites vs Stripes trial match on 26 August 1920. During World War II the clubhouse was hit by a bomb dropped by the Luftwaffe. The record attendance at the ground was 15,370 for an FA Amateur Cup match against Bromley in 1951.
The club left the ground at the end of the 2010–11 season, and moved to a temporary groundshare at Woking's Kingfield Stadium prior to relocating to Yeading's Warren ground in Beaconsfield Road. Church Road will be demolished in the near future, to make way for new housing developments in conjunction with Barratt Homes.
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