Elmbridge Xcel Sports Hub

Walton Casuals are delighted to be moving into the Elmbridge Xcel Sports Hub in September 2017.

Providing a truly professional environment for four local clubs, as well as the public, the move will spark a new era for the club after 37 years at the site of the former Waterside Stadium. Over 500 local children will already benefit from the playing facilities, with even more now able to get involved!

While changes could be made over the course of development, the Sports Hub is planned to include:

– 3G floodlit synthetic turf main stadia pitch
– 3G floodlit synthetic turf second pitch
– 1 full size grass pitch with the potential for up to 4 mini pitches
– 8 lane floodlit athletics track to UK Athletics standard with field sports area in the centre of the track
– A shared pavilion with dual aspect covered spectator seating for over 500
– A dividable function room with bar and separate kitchen/servery
– 6 changing rooms
– Combined football and athletics club room
– Free car park

Note: All information on the Elmbridge Xcel Sports Hub on waltoncasuals.com comes from public sources. The above text has been adapted from content produced by Elmbridge Borough Council and Marks Barfield Architects. Last updated: 21 July 2017

“I have lived in Elmbridge for 35 years and this is the most exciting football initiative I have come across. With the clubs’ Bostik League status, 500 strong youth section, disabled and ladies teams, I am proud to be a part of it.”

Tony Gale – Walton Casuals Chairman

“The Sports Hub in Walton-on-Thames will allow Walton Casuals and Walton & Hersham to increase spectator numbers, to grow their youth programmes and most of all, it will help to bring their passion for the beautiful game to the local community.”

The Bostik Football League

“Surrey County FA is committed to developing better players of all ages and abilities. A key enabler of that is improving the access and quality of training and playing facilities. The Sports Hub in Walton-on-Thames will not only provide children and young people with the opportunity to develop their sporting skills but it will also encourage them to reap the benefits of a healthy, active lifestyle – that can only be a good result for Elmbridge and Surrey.”

Surrey County Football Association