Our Home Ground
The Queen Elizabeth Stadium
Tel: 07904 673487
NB: Temporary number
The Queen Elizabeth Stadium has been Enfield Town FC's home since November 2011. The first game played there by Enfield Town was in the Eastern Junior Alliance when the U18s beat Wormley Rovers U18s 8-0 on Sunday 6th November 2011.
Entry to first team league and cup games costs £9 for adults, £5 for OAPs/students and £1 for under 16s (2012-13).
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The QE Stadium is well served by buses so there should be no problem getting here by public transport. Please consider using public transport as your first choice and only come by car if necessary.
From Enfield Town Station
Come out of the station and cross over Southbury Road. There are two bus stops, both of which you can use. The 317 bus will take you to the ground. Get off at Cambridge Gardens. Walk down Cambridge Gardens and this leads into Donkey Lane.
If you fancy a walk through the park take one of the following buses.
- 121 towards Enfield Lock
- 191 towards Edmonton Green
- 307 towards Brimsdown
- 313 towards Chingford
- 317 towards Waltham Cross
- 231 towards Turnpike Lane
Get off at Percival Road, head up Bryn-y-Mawr Road, turn left and then first right. This takes you into the park and the QE Stadium is at the other end of the path. If you intend to walk across the park, take notice of the closing times by the gates. The park is locked at night. The most direct walking route from Enfield Town station is down Southbury Road and turn left into Ladysmith Road. Follow this until you reach the footpath on the right which takes you to the stadium.
After a game turn right out of the Stadium to head off down the path in the opposite direction.
From Enfield Chase Station
Come out of the station, turn right and go under the bridge, turn left at the main junction into Chase Side and the Enfield War Memorial bus stop (stop CD) is on the left. The 191 heading towards Brimsdown from Enfield or towards Edmonton Green from Brimsdown stops outside the ground. Buses leave every 8 to 11 minutes Mondays to Saturdays and the journey should take about 12 minutes. Get off at Baynes Close, head towards the Cambridge Road (A10) and Donkey Lane will be on your right.
You can also take the 231, 307 or 313 which go past Enfield Town station or walk down to Little Park Gardens to pick up the 317.
From Southbury Station
Turn left out of the station, cross over Southbury Road and go to the Baird Road bus stop (stop Q). You can pick up the 217 or 317 to Waltham Cross from there. Get off at Cambridge Gardens which is four stops from Baird Road. Walk down Cambridge Gardens and this leads into Donkey Lane.
From Brimsdown Station
Come out of the station on the opposite side to the retail development and McDonalds. Turn left to get to the bus stop. Either take the 191 towards Edmonton Green and get off at Baynes Close, head towards the Cambridge Road (A10) and Donkey Lane will be on your right.
Otherwise, take the 307 towards New Barnet and get off at Baird Road (two stops after Southbury Station). Cross over the road to get the 217 or 317 towards Waltham Cross and take that to Cambridge Gardens. Walk down Cambridge Gardens and this leads into Donkey Lane.
From further afield
The 217 to Turnpike Lane or 317 to Enfield Town come from Waltham Cross. Get off at Cambridge Gardens.
The 307 to Brimsdown comes from Barnet, passing High Barnet, New Barnet, Oakwood, Enfield Chase and Enfield Town stations.
The 121 from Turnpike Lane passes most Piccadilly line stations up to Oakwood, and then Enfield Chase and Enfield Town stations. The 231 to Enfield Chase Station comes from Turnpike Lane as well but makes its way to Enfield along the Great Cambridge Road (A10).
From the M25
Head towards London on the A10 from junction 25. Turn right into Carterhatch Lane at the Halfway House pub. Donkey Lane is first left after the pub.
From London/North Circular Road
Head north up the A10 and turn left to Carterhatch Lane at the Halfway House pub. Donkey Lane is first left after the pub.
Our Old Ground
Throughout 2004 Goldsdown Road saw some significant changes and as well as being enclosed during the close season, two stands were added, and one moved, for spectator comfort. Just past the turnstiles was a clubhouse stand to the left (pictured below), which has been relocated to the Queen Elizabeth Stadium.
Below is a photo of the turnstile block.
On the right at the halfway line was the 150 seater stand (below). Not everybody likes standing at
the game and the seats were a bonus for those of us who want to take the weight off our feet
and relax with a programme. This stand has also been taken to the Queen Elizabeth Stadium
We also had "Old Faithful" that sits opposite this stand near the dugouts. This was the original Brimsdown Rovers stand and was moved forwards to pitchside and had stepped terracing added. It remains at Goldsdown Road.