Key facts

Address Bristol Road, Keynsham, Bristol, BS31 2BE
Capacity 2,000 seats
Build Date 1945


Crown Field is a football stadium located in Keynsham, the UK. It is the home of Keynsham Town, a semi-professional football club. The club moved to their current ground in 1945 because due to war they could not use their previous stadium. In the 1970s, a new clubhouse was constructed, and in 1984, new dressing rooms were built. In five years floodlights were installed.

Keynsham Town were able to purchase the ground thanks to K. Dowling and R. Neal. Thanks to the deal, several generations of the local football club in the town of Keynsham could enjoy playing football games at the Crown Field.

Over the last several years, the stadium has been significantly upgraded. The covered hand has been equipped with more seats. In 1996, the ground underwent the installation of new drains.

How to get to

It is very easy to get to Crown Field. To get there, you can use public transport, such as bus and train. You can take the following buses: 36, 70, 73, 76, A4, and 349. You can take a bus or train going to the ground at the following stations: Cabot Circus, BPW, PureGym, №. 1 Harbourside, FIT. Depending on where you take a bus or train, you can reach the final destination within about 30-90 minutes.