Ground name: Clôs Mytton
By car: Google Maps – Ffordd Mytton
Parking: Grassed area for parking at the ground
Nearest train station: Welshpool – 3.1 miles away
Pitch: Grass
Floodlights: Yes


Clôs Mytton is a very tidy, but basic, ground in the small village of Guilsfield. The ground has a strip of hard standing and pitch railings which go all the way around its perimeter.

Behind one goal, at the entrance end of the ground, you have a green hut-type building which sells refreshments and has a small terrace at its front. It is set to one side of the goals, with the rest of this side being hard standing.

Down one side you have a tidy enough, all-seated, small stand with the club’s name on the roof,  with four roof supporting pillars at its front.

Behind the other goal is simply hard standing with pitch railings only. Finally, down the other side of the pitch are two newer stands that sit on the halfway line. These are the very typical small, modern stands that you see popping up at a lot of Welsh grounds at the moment, with no supporting pillars.

There are two decent enough pubs in the village very close to the ground; The Oak, which has a good beer garden, and The King’s Head, which serves good food.


The clubhouse
All-seater stand and dugouts
Just hard standing and pitch railings at this end
The two newer stands on this side
A closer look at these stands
Guilsfield in action against Bangor City