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Pitch Plan

Please see below for the pitch plans at our two venues - White Moss Road Playing Fields and Blaguegate Playing Fields.

Most of our matches are held at White Moss Road Playing Fields, but we also have access to an additional 9 a-side pitch and an 11 a-side pitch at Blaguegate Playing Fields.

Please park respectfully to local residents at both our venues, and please also take note of social distancing and our COVID-19 Risk Assessment precautions.

White Moss Road Playing Field

Pitch Plan

White Moss Road Pitches
  • 7 a-side pitches: B, E, F, G, L
  • 9 a-side pitches: 1, 2, 3

The clubhouse at White Moss Road is where managers pay their match fees before each match. The clubhouse also contains the cafe, toilets, changing rooms, a first aid kit, and a defibrillator.

Note that the Mangers car park is for Managers only.

Other
  • Please park respectfully towards local residents. Don't park on corners, on double-yellow lines, or across driveways.
  • Please dispose of rubbish in the bins provided.
  • Dogs are not allowed on the field whilst matches are taking place.
  • Teams should make sure that the goals are returned to the container by the Clubhouse if there's no matches on after you.
  • Teams should make sure that they stand on separate sidelines. These are clearly marked on the pitch plans.
  • Mangers have a responsibility to ensure their own team's parents are standing together with them and not on the opposition sideline.

Blaguegate Playing Fields

Pitch Plan

Blaguegate Pitches
  • 9 a-side pitches: BG8
  • 11 a-side pitches: BG3

On arrival at Blaguegate, managers should go to the changing rooms (which are currently closed, but the toilets are open for one person at a time) and look out for the league's main point of contact there, Tony Daley. He will show managers where the equipment is and they should pay him directly. Teams should then go to their pitch.

The 11 a-side goals are permanently in place, so teams will just need to pick up the nets and corner flags. They should supply their own net pegs. Teams should make sure their equipment is returned when they've finished.

Other
  • Please park respectfully towards local residents. Don't park on corners, on double-yellow lines, or across driveways.
  • Please dispose of rubbish in the bins provided.
  • Dogs are not allowed on the field whilst matches are taking place.
  • Teams should make sure that the goals are returned to the container by the changing rooms.
  • Teams should make sure that they stand on separate sidelines. These are clearly marked on the pitch plans.
  • Mangers have a responsibility to ensure their own team's parents are standing together with them and not on the opposition sideline.