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Macclesfield Town's Moss Rose
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Accrington Stanley's Fraser Eagle
Barnet's Underhill
Birmingham City's St Andrews
Boston United's Staffsmart Stadium
Bournemouth's Fitness First
Bradford City's Valley Parade
Brentford's Griffin Park
Bristol Rovers' Memorial Stadium
Bury's Gigg Lane
Cambridge United's Abbey
Carlisle United's Brunton Park
Cheltenham Town's Whaddon Road
Chester City's Saunder's Honda
Chesterfield's Saltergate
Dagenham and Redbridge's Victoria Ground
Darlington's Feethams
Darlington's "Change the Name Every Year"
Derby County's Pride Park
Doncaster Rovers' Belle Vue
Doncaster Rovers Keepmoat
Exeter City's St James' Park
Farsley Celtic's Throstle's Nest
Fulham's Craven Cottage
Gainsborough Trinity's Northolme
Grantham Town's South Kesteven Centre
Grimsby Town's Blundell Park
Halifax Town's Shay
Hartlepool United's Victoria Park
Hereford United's Edgar Street
Huddersfield Town's Galpharm Stadium
Hull City's Boothferry Park
Hull City's Kingston Communications Stadium
Kettering Town's Rockingham Road
Kidderminster Harriers Aggborough
Leeds United's Elland Road
Leicester City's Walkers
Leyton Orient's Matchroom Stadium
Lincoln United's Ashby Avenue
Macclesfield Town's Moss Rose
Mansfield Town's Field Mill
Manchester United's Old Trafford
Milton Keynes Don's National Hockey Arena
Milton Keynes Dons' stadium:mk
Morecambe's Christie Park
Northampton Town's Sixfields
Nottingham Forest's City Ground
Notts County's Meadow Lane
Oxford United's Kazzam Stadium
Peterborough United's London Road
Port Vale's Vale Park
Rochdale's Spotland
Rotherham United's Don Valley Stadium
Rotherham United's Millmoor
Rushden and Diamond's Nene Park
Scunthorpe United's Glanford Park
Shrewsbury Town's Gay Meadow
Shrewsbury Town's New Meadow
Sleaford Town's Eslaforde Park
Southend United's Roots Hall
Stamford's Vic Couzens Stadium
Stockport County's Edgeley Park
Sunderland's Stadium of Light
Swansea City's Vetch Field
Swindon Town's County Ground
The Millennium Stadium
Tranmere Rovers' Prenton Park
Torquay United's Plainmoor
Walsall's Bescot
Wembley Stadium
Wrexham's Racecourse
Wycombe Wanderers' Adam's Park
Yeovil Town's Huish Park
York City's Kit Kat Stadium


26/12/2002 - Macc 0 Lincoln City 1

30/3/2004 - Macc 0 Lincoln City 0

7/12/2004 - Macc 2 Lincoln City 1

21/5/2005 - Macc 1 Lincoln City 1 (Playoffs)

18/2/2006 - Macc 1 Lincoln City 1

1/1/2007 - Macc 2 Lincoln City 1

5/2/2008 - Macc 1 Lincoln City 2

21/10/2008 - Macc 1 Lincoln City 2

Macclesfield is in the middle of nowhere, however, it is next to a motorway but the official coaches decided a trip around the countryside would be better than the motorway which would have shaved an hour of the trip which included a rather unnessacery 15 minute stop in leek for a toilet break even though there was a toilet on the coach. Maccs ground isn't exactly the biggest and it hard to spot it until you were quite literally at it's gates.

Around the ground there are a few things that would interest various types of people such as pubs, museums and a lot of other random things but you won't get time unless you go early. The weather on the day was terrible and when you were on the coach, you could just see how wet you were going to get on the terrace. The day's weather was very changeable going from rain, to snow, to sleet and then back to rain again, oh what a lovely day.

Going into the ground is as straight forward as you get with the simple turnstile system but then you're encountered with a rather steep staircase to get to the terrace, there is no other way of getting onto it if you're disabiled, it is recommended you go into the seated away end but we'll get to that in a bit. The view from the terrace could be better and in similar stand to Boston's away end, you can't see the goalline as it is blocked by advertising hoardings. The pitch is quite small so it's quite easy to see what goes on at the other end of the ground although the lack of an evelated position means you can really get a clean view of any goalmouth scambles that happen at that end.

The stand to our right was a fairly small seated stand which is a similar size to Chester's side stand but with blue seats and a white pattern which appears to be a logo of somekind. The executive boxes are directly above the seats. The stand opposite is another terrace, however, in a rather clever idea, they've got a section of seating in front of the terrace meaning that if you wanted to sit down then you don't have to worry about all those who are stood up becuase they're behind you and can't bloke your view. The final stand is a smaller version of Bristol Rover's main stand. It is a pitch length terrace with a very very small section of seating cover 1/3 of the pitch above the middle section the stand.

The programme was quite decent although the main problem returned with too many adverts being inside. Overall I had an average view of Macclesfield, it wasn't a great ground or day out but it wasn't bad either, however, whether I would want to go watch a random game there if City weren't playing would be hard to decide and would get the more than likely answer of no.



Overall Ground Quality : 5

Ease of getting there : 4

Atmosphere : 3

Programme : 9

View of Action : 7

Terrace Nutterage Rating : 6

The "football" feeling : 7

Friendliness of Home Supporters : 8

Quality of the game : 5

Chances of Coming Here For a Random Game : 3


Overall : 57/100