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Football

Maes Tegid

Ground Address: Bala, Gwynedd, LL23 7UU

Ground Capacity: 3,000


Has the first team played there before?

Date Competition Opposition H / A Result Attendance
14:30 Sat 7 Aug 2010FriendlyBala TownA1-6W 

What's the ground like?

Food and soft drinks are available at the ground - no alcohol is available at Maes Tegid.


Getting to the ground by public transport


Getting to the ground by car

From the M56 travel for 32 miles. Keep in the right hand lane at junction 15 and continue forward for North Wales/Queensferry. Continue onto the A494 for 7 miles which will lead to the A55. Leave the A55 at junction 33B, then merge onto the A494 (Mold).
At the roundabout take the 1st exit onto the A494. At the next roundabout take the 4th exit onto the A494 (Ruthin). At the 3rd roundabout take the 2nd exit onto the A494 (Ruthin). At the next roundabout take the 1st exit onto the A494 then bear right for Bala. At Briec roundabout take the 3rd exit onto the A494 (Bala). At mini-roundabout turn left onto the A494 then turn right onto the A494. At T-junction turn right (Betws-y-Coed/Bala). At traffic signals turn right onto the A5 (Betws-y-Coed) at traffic signals turn left onto the A494 (Bala).

Proceed along the High Street and turn to the side of The White Lion Hotel. Go across the slightly staggered cross road and the ground is on your left. This is narrow and unsuitable for coaches.

If travelling by Coach - Turn onto the A4212 and proceed up the hill turning left opposite the College. Turn left at the Junction and proceed downhill on the single track road past the ground to the car park.

There is room for approx 50 cars at the ground - otherwise parking is available within a couple of hundred yards of the ground at Plasey Street or the Green Car Park which is situated on the left after coming over the bridge into town from the east. There is also ample parking available either side of the High Street.


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