Bangor City FC moved to the new Nantporth Stadium in January 2012. This purpose built modern stadium is fully equipped for holding sporting events and has already hosted junior internationals as well as the 2012 Welsh Cup Final.

The stadium currently has approximately 1100 seats in two stands. There are plans to increase this in the near future and the club is also currently working towards the construction of a covered terrace behind one of the goals. Inside the building there is a modern function room complete with licensed bar and kitchens.


Our Location



From The East: Take the A55 towards Holyhead. Exit at Junction 9 just before the Britannia Bridge, and follow signposts for A487/A5 towards Bangor Town. Continue along the A487 and on reaching the roundabout with the Antelope Inn and the Menai Bridge on the left, continue straight on along the A5 towards Bangor. 

This road becomes Holyhead Road and after passing the University Of Wales Campus, you will reach the stadium entrance at the George Roundabout on your left.

From The West: Take the A55 from Holyhead over Britannia Bridge, then exit at Junction 9 and follow signposts for A5 towards Bangor. Then as East above. 

Car Parking: Parking for about 150 cars

Travelling by train: Bangor has a main-line railway station about a mile from The Book People Stadium. There are frequent connections to and from all major stations. On arriving at Bangor station, turn left outsde the station entrance and follow the road through Upper Bangor for about a mile.

Travelling by bus: Bus services run regularly past the ground. Ask for Bangor City's Book People Stadium.

Travelling by ferry: If you are visiting from Ireland, Bangor is easily accessible to ferry passengers alighting at the Anglesey port of Holyhead. Holyhead and Bangor are linked by both rail and speedy road connections. It is about 30 minutes by road from Holyhead to Bangor. Ferry services are run by Stena and Irish Ferries.

Travelling by air: The nearest major airports to Bangor are Manchester and Liverpool, about two hours and 90 minutes from Bangor respectively. Both cities are linked to Bangor by main-line train services. There is also a regular weekday air service between Cardiff and Anglesey Airport, about 30 minutes from Bangor.

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