As a groundhopper, I normally have around 5 grounds that I really want to every season and so far I have ticked off 4 of the 5 grounds that I really wanted to visit which are Skinners Field, Croydon Sports Arena, Nyewood Lane and Grosvenor Vale and there was one team/ground left I had on my list which is Westhumble Playing Fields which is the home of Dorking Wanderers.
here. Sunday was a chilled day of just being at home and so was Monday and the only thing I did on Monday was went into Sutton to get some things for my trip to New York in two weeks. I had time to watch some previous highlights of Dorking's games this season and I also got to look into their history before going to bed at 11pm.
Westhumble Playing Fields has a capacity of 1,500 are around 250 seats. The ground is not the best and is not very built but this is because the ground is located in a green belt area. There are two small seated stands which together hold around 250 seats and a small bar and tea hut, behind one of the goals is a completely open flat terrace and behind the other goal is another flat terrace but with a small covered terrace that can hold around 50 people and is located next to the goal. The ground only has 3 sides as the side opposite the main stands is just a fence behind the dugouts. I like the ground as it is open and in beautiful surroundings but in terms of facilities at the ground, its not the best and should really be in the Step 9 not Step 7!