Creasey Park

Creasey Park is a sports stadium in Dunstable, Bedfordshire and the home ground of A.F.C. Dunstable.

The stadium has a maximum capacity of 4,222 spectators.

Creasey Park Stadium has been the home ground of AFC Dunstable since the 2009-10 season. Before its transformation, AFC Dunstable had already played at Creasey Park, albeit in a less developed state. The stadium underwent significant renovations in the 21st century, funded jointly by Central Bedfordshire Council and The Football Foundation. These upgrades elevated it to a modern football facility.

Following the renovation, AFC Dunstable, recognized as an FA Charter Standard Club, entered into a groundsharing arrangement with Dunstable Town FC. This move was pivotal for AFC Dunstable, as it not only provided them with an enhanced home ground but also allowed the consolidation of their youth teams at the community pitches adjacent to Creasey Park. This integration has been instrumental in fostering a more unified and community-focused approach to the club’s development programs.


Nearby grounds

Nearest non-league grounds within a 10 mile radius