St Asaph City


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Ground name: Roe Plas
By car: Google Maps – Roe Plas Meadow
Parking: Ample parking at the ground
Nearest train station: Rhyl – 6 miles away
Pitch: Grass
Floodlights: No


Roe Plas is a very simple ground in a nice setting in the tiny city of St Asaph. St Asaph is actually the second smallest city in both Wales and the UK after St David’s in Pembrokeshire.

The ground is approached from a small lane just after a bridge over the River Elwy (from which the city gets its Welsh name, Llanelwy), but do keep your eyes peeled for this lane, because blink and you’ll miss it!

There is plenty of parking available, and once there you’ll find a tidy enough ground, although only once side of which is hard-standing. On this side of hard-standing is a building which houses the dressing rooms and a tea hut.

The rest of the ground is made up of pitch railings on grass. Opposite the hard-standing side are both sets of dugouts.


The hard-standing side with the combined dressing rooms and tea hut building
The hard-standing side pre-game
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Looking across from the hard-standing to the dugouts
Supporters on the hard-standing side
Just pitch railings and grass behind both goals
Match action versus Llangefni Town
Match action versus Llangefni Town