Tilsley Park

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Tilsley Park
Location Abingdon-on-Thames
Capacity 500
Oxford Saints American Football Club (2016-)

Tilsley Park is an athletics stadium in Abingdon-on-Thames, Oxfordshire, which is home to Oxford Saints American Football Club. It is managed by Abingdon School on behalf of Vale of White Horse District Council. [1]

Abingdon School took over the management of Tilsley Park in 2014 and since then has undertaken a full programme of improvement and investment including a new 4G surface and throws area, as well as the refurbishment of the facility’s social areas. Tilsley Park now provides some of the best sporting facilities in the region for a variety of clubs and organisations.[ citation needed ]

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