Annagh United Football Club play their home matches at their Tandragee Road ground, in Portadown, County Armagh. Just a ten minute walk out of the centre of the town of Portadown lies what was, once upon a time, the village of Annagh. Today it has been absorbed into the town itself as a residential area on the way to Tandragee with the football club located on the left hand side as you leave Portadown.
From Belfast (M1) – Approx 30 miles
Leave the city by taking the M1 motorway for 23 miles to the M12 exit at junction 11. Follow the M12 until the end of the motorway. Turn left onto the Northway and stay on this road for approximately a mile and a half, turning left before the train station towards the town centre. Follow the one way system into the town centre onto Market Street. Turn left onto Thomas Street and follow the road under the railway bridge for approximately half a mile. Annagh United’s Tandragee Road football ground is on the left.
THE GROUND – TANDRAGEE ROAD
Tandragee Road Side
The main developed area of the ground where the main entrance to the ground is situated. With Tandragee Road itself being a quite narrow and busy road it’s useful that there are two car parks situated at this side of the ground. The main car park is used mostly by players and officials while on match days there is an all weather five a side pitch, which doubles as a car park. These two car parks are situated either side of the club house which has recently been extended and refurbished. The main feature of the ground is the Met Steel stand which runs either side of the half way line and is the most popular vantage point for watching the game. It was built in 2003 in preparation for the club’s elevation from Mid Ulster Intermediate football to the Irish league and is covered and laid out in concrete steps, in preparation for the addition of seating. The stand can accomodates the required 200 people. There is additional covered standing area within the Joe England stand. This stand is a new addition to the ground having been added for the 2010-11 season. This stand is named after the club’s Life Patron and provides disabled access and seating for wheelchair users and accompanying spectators.