Nethermoor Park

Nethermoor Park is a sports stadium in Guiseley, West Yorkshire and the home ground of Guiseley Association Football Club.

Opened in 1909, the stadium has a maximum capacity of 4,021 spectators.

Nethermoor Park, with a capacity of 4,021, includes covered seated and terraced stands, alongside various terraced standing areas. The larger seated stand predominantly reserves seating for season ticket holders, press, directors, and officials. A second, unreserved stand operates on a first-come, first-served basis, which can be allocated to away supporters during segregated matches with significant travelling support.

Turnstiles are located at three corners of the ground: Gates 1 & 2 near the cricket club, Gates 3 & 4 adjacent to a small car park, and Gates 5 to 8 at the Railway End. In segregated matches, Gates 5-8 are designated for away supporters.

Refreshment options include two blocks serving hot food, drinks, and sweets at the ends of the park. The Lions’ Diner, near Gates 5-8, caters to away fans during segregated matches. The Clubhouse offers hot food, a fully-licensed bar, and sports TV, but away fans are restricted from accessing it during segregated matches.

Lavatories are available near Gates 3 & 4, Gates 5-8, and in the Clubhouse. In segregated matches, the facilities by Gates 5-8 are reserved for away fans. First Aid is accessible adjacent to Gates 3 & 4. The Club Shop, next to the 1909 Lounge, may allow access to all fans depending on match circumstances.