|Owner||Boreham Wood F.C.|
|Capacity||4,500 (1,700 seated)|
| Boreham Wood F.C. |
Arsenal F.C. U23
Meadow Park is a football ground in Borehamwood, Hertfordshire, England. It is the home ground of Boreham Wood F.C. and also hosts the home matches of Arsenal Women F.C., Arsenal youth teams,and Watford Reserves.
Boreham Wood moved to Meadow Park from Eldon Avenue in 1963.A new main stand was built shortly afterwards. This was demolished in 1999 and replaced by a new cantilever stand. A new West Stand was opened in 2014.
The ground's record attendance of 4,030 was set for a friendly match against Arsenal on 13 July 2001.
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Meadow Park may refer to:
Boreham Wood Football Club is a professional football club based in Borehamwood, Hertfordshire, England. They are currently members of the National League, the fifth tier of English football, and play at Meadow Park. Established in 1948, they are known as "the Wood" and have a local rivalry with St Albans City.
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