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Priestfield Stadium, Gillingham

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Reviews
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  • The day is dawning, how fine it is to watch a game of footy bally of a winters morn!!!!! Ooooooohhh I could collapse from the sheer intensity of savagery I witness upon the playing field morning.  more »
  • My wife and two sons, and I, enjoy going to see our local team at Priestfield stadium. We normally sit in the Medway stand for families.But for some games you can get a family ticket for £25 and sit i...  more »
  • Despite three newish stands, the main stand is ok, but the other two are nothing to write home about, this is basically an old fashion football ground. The other open stand is just like the type you g...  more »
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  • So they decided that after a year contract they wanted FOUR times the agreed amount for our venue hire. Forcing us to find another venue. In addition advertising for the event at the venue was paid for until the end of season and they will not refund the four months of the now useless advert (as the venue has changed). This utter greed had significantly tarred Priestfield's reputation in the local community and I will be taking and recomending business elsewhere. You should be ashamed of yourselves.
  • Always like coming here. A throw-back to the days when football was a working class game in working class areas. It's a good atmosphere walking up through narrow streets from the station on a Saturday afternoon - and then carried into the ground. Living heritage - nothing else like it in Kent.
  • Love to photograph events here. Great big space to set a 6m studio up.
  • Really good atmosphere. No problems with fans.
  • Not bad stadium. Only mistake they made was have in women football team it joke and waste of money.