Woking ground redevelopment

Pete Burrett

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No, they don't and very rarely will. A neat Rushden-style 6,000 capacity would suit them.
 

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It’s not a bad ground at all for Conference South and I remember going when Oxford were there. plenty of parking available tooas it’s outside of town.
I can recall a few years ago they used to get good crowds so there is potential there.
 

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The capacity I think has already been revised down to somewhere between 6k-7.5k.
 

Pete Burrett

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Being from Woking, I regularly went to midweek games at Kingfield in their 1970s Isthmian League days when crowds were circa 300.

There's no doubt in my mind that a decent season in L2 could see regular home crowds of 3,000 to 3,500.
 

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Being from Woking, I regularly went to midweek games at Kingfield in their 1970s Isthmian League days when crowds were circa 300.

There's no doubt in my mind that a decent season in L2 could see regular home crowds of 3,000 to 3,500.
If you haven't been to Woking recently, there is a a huge town centre redevelopment, and a number of 30 story blocks are going up. I don't think though that the football club will ever be able to build a big support base.
 

Pete Burrett

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If you haven't been to Woking recently, there is a a huge town centre redevelopment, and a number of 30 story blocks are going up. I don't think though that the football club will ever be able to build a big support base.
We go back to Woking occasionally to visit friends. It's certainly been developed since I lived there! Average crowds of 3,000-3,500 would be the most they could hope for.
 
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