FC United of Manchester is a community football club owned and democratically run by its
members. Its corporate structure is a Community Benefit Society and membership is open to all, with everyone an equal co-owner, holding one voting share in the club.
With a capacity of 2089, The BT Local Business Stadium is the first permanent home of Sheffield FC. The club proudly moved to the BT Local Business Stadium in 2001 and opened the ground with an exhibition match against Manchester United.
The BT Local Busines Stadium was previously known as the Coach and Horses Ground and is located on land to the rear of the Coach and Horses pub in the town of Dronfield just south of Sheffield.
The ground had previously been the home of local football team Norton Woodseats.
The stadium has seating for 250 and a terrace stand including disabled facilities and 2 refreshment outlets.
Getting to the ground by public transport
Getting to the ground by car
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Football Club United of Manchester,
Broadhurst Park, 310 Lightbowne Road, Moston, Manchester,