Druid Park

Key Facts

Address Ponteland Road, Woolsington, Newcastle upon Tyne, NE13 8DF
Capacity 2500 seats

Wheatsheaf Ground, 2006

Description

Druid Park that used to be known as the Wheatsheaf Ground is a stadium located in Woolsington, the UK. This ground is used for various purposes, but it was the main destination of Gosforth R.F.C for many years. Attendants of the stadium can use a spacious clubhouse that features the terrace facing the pitch. A covered stand can be found on the opposite side of the club. The ground is also surrounded by terracing and sponsor boards.

The ground used to be used by Newcastle Blue Star F.C. During 2007-2008, the ground hosted players from Gosforth R.F.C. The club was invited to become the main player at Druid Park by D. Thompson who had the leasing contract for the ground for 25 years. The stadium has been used by West Allotment Celtic F. C. from 2017 to 2018. Today, the ground is mainly used for rugby union matches.

How to Get to Druid Park

There is the Callertion Park metro station located within a few minutes of walking from the stadium. You can also travel by car from Newcastle Airport, which is just is 400m away from the stadium. The stadium has parking for around 30 vehicles, and there are also parking places that can also be found at the metro station, though you may need to pay for them.

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