U Lock It stadium – The home of Witton Albion football club
Welcome to Wincham Park
Camping field with water standpipe and toilets close by, but no hook
A large hardstanding area for caravans and motorhomes with a water
standpipe and toilets, but no hook ups.
Outside toilets are situated on three corners of the stadium plus,
portable toilets and urinals situated at various points on the site.
Two toilet facilities for male, female and one disabled facility.
Two bars, there are also plans to have a third bar in the marquee.
Male and female showers.
Wincham Park is a football stadium in Wincham, a parish of Northwich. The home ground of Witton Albion, it first opened in 1989, after the club left their former Central Ground home. Capacity is 4,813, with 600 covered seats on the north side of the stadium. The other three sides of the ground are all standing: the Lostock End, Wincham End, and Popular Side. It has a small museum at the Lostock end, which is unusual in itself.
The ground has not changed much since its construction although cover was added at both ends of the stadium in 1990. The floodlights were replaced in 2010 after supporters walked to nearby Runcorn to raise the funds. The record attendance for a match at Wincham Park is 4,836 for a FA Cup tie against Bolton Wanderers in season 1990/91.
The stadium has had a number of names due to sponsorship deals; these include Britannia Carpets Stadium, Bargain Booze Stadium and its current name ‘U Lock It Stadium’. Wincham Park’s former name of the Bargain Booze Stadium was discussed and popularised on the BBC TV show Room 101 hosted by Frank Skinner. Local rivals Northwich Victoria and Runcorn Linnets have both ground-shared at Wincham Park. 1874 Northwich FC have also used the stadium to stage one-off matches. Northwich Victoria and Witton Albion shared Wincham Park whilst both clubs played in the Eve-Stik League First Division North. It is currently used solely in the NPL West by Witton Albion.
Staying off site? Don’t drink & drive, book a taxi!