Enfield Town FC

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About the Venue

This Grade II-listed Art Deco stadium was originally built for athletics, but was refurbished in 2011 so that it could host football games as well. Named for Queen Elizabeth II in honour of her Silver Jubilee, the venue is doubly historic, being the home of Enfield Town FC, the UK's first supporter-owned club. We can't wait to return with our open-air cinema experience to this much-loved site. 

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  Hot food and snacks available

  On-site bar

  Picnics welcome - NO glass.

Event Location

Screenings are held on the pitch.
 
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 into Carterhatch Lane at the Halfway House pub. Donkey Lane is first left after the pub. The car park is across the road and opposite the entrance to the venue.
 
By train: Enfield Town, Brimsdown (then 191 bus) and Southbury are the three nearest train stations to the stadium. Both Enfield and Brimsdown have step free access.
 
By Bus: The following Buses stop within easy walking distance, 191,217, 307, 317, 617, 629, W10.

 

Venue Address

Enfield Town FC
Donkey Lane
Enfield
EN1 3PL

 

Event info

There is some important event information we advise you to read before attending this screening. Please click here to view this information.
 
For more information on the event experience please click here.

 

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