Grosvenor Vale

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Grosvenor Vale
LocationGrosvenor Lane, Ruislip, England
Coordinates 51°34′10″N0°25′00″W / 51.5694°N 0.4166°W / 51.5694; -0.4166 Coordinates: 51°34′10″N0°25′00″W / 51.5694°N 0.4166°W / 51.5694; -0.4166
Public transit Underground no-text.svg Ruislip
OwnerKSIMC [1]
Capacity 4,085 (709 seated) [2]
Wealdstone F.C.
Ruislip Manor F.C. (former)

Grosvenor Vale is a football stadium in Ruislip, Greater London, England. The current capacity of the ground is 4,085. [3] It is the home of Wealdstone F.C., who moved into the ground in 2008, after 17 years of ground sharing with other clubs after leaving their Lower Mead stadium.

The ground was opened in 1947 to house Ruislip Manor F.C.. Ruislip Manor played there until the club collapsed in 2008, and the lease for the ground was then purchased by Wealdstone F.C. [4] The stadium has been slowly improved and expanded since then. [5]


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