About the Raygar Stadium
Located in a picturesque part of Derbyshire, surrounded by countryside, watching football at Mickleover is not just about 90 minutes of football. It is a club that started with a small patch of land and have added bits as and when required to progress up the leagues. Today they have a functional ground that can hold 1,500. It has a small main stand and that is about it in terms of spectator facilities. However, there is also a fantastic club house that supplements the funds of the club.
How to get to the Raygar Stadium
Despite being located in Station Road, there isn’t a railway station within 5 miles of the ground. Derby is the nearest one and from there you will need to get a bus or a taxi.
By road, head towards Derby on the A38 from the M1 junction 28. When you reach the junction with the A52 head towards Ashbourne. Follow this road for a mile or so before turning left into Radbourne Lane (s/p Radbourne and Mickleover). The ground will be visible after a mile on the left. Take first left into Station Road and then left into the large car park.
Admission to Raygar Stadium