Book our FIFA Certified 3G pitch
Burnham Football Club has invested heavily in a FIFA Certified state-of-the-art 3G artificial pitch. Along with free parking and hospitality, this is the perfect facility for hosting charity matches, corporate football matches or even filming promotional videos. If you would like to book our 3G pitch you can do it using the booking form provided here. Simply tell us your dates and times and we’ll talk to you about availability and payment.
If you arrive early, for whatever reason, no problem. You can wait in the Blues Bar or in the outside seating area until your allocated start time. We also ask you to allow enough time before your paid session ends for the hand over.
Once you have finished your match why not grab some refreshments from the Blues Bar and Cafe before leaving The 1878 Stadium.
Useful information: What’s the difference between 3G and 4G?
IMPORTANT INFORMATION FOR PLAYERS, MANAGERS AND SPECTATORS
We have VERY strict rules regarding permitted footwear when anyone enters the pitch enclosure. Rules that apply to players, those in the dugouts and supporters who, for example, want to take photos. Please read – Permitted Footwear at The 1878 Stadium, Burnham Football Club
A downloadable version of the Permitted Footwear / Forbidden Footwear guidance from the FA is also available to download here.
For the benefit of the players
We want people to enjoy their time at The 1878 Stadium. If for any reason you forget to bring your boots or Astros, there is a selection of boots in various sizes you can borrow while you are here. Just ask a staff member at pitch side hatch for help.
Sitting or laying on the pitch (unless genuinely injured), wearing flat shoes, trainers, sliders, socks or bear feet has the effect of ironing the grass fibres. Flattening the surface damages the complex water drainage system, causing waterlogging and dramatically reduce the life expectancy of the artificial pitch. Socks only, bear feet, shoes, trainers or sliders with flat soles are NOT permitted – No Excuses! Abusive behaviour towards staff will not be tolerated. If you want to know more, click here
Please be aware:
- Abusive behaviour towards staff will not be tolerated.
- No flares or fireworks allowed.
- Plastic containers only, no glass.
- Under the 1986 Public Order Act it is a criminal offence to urinate in a public place. It can also be classed as an example of indecent exposure which carries a custodial sentence of 2 years and registration as a sex offender. Toilets are provided, please use them.