Saltney Ferry

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Saltney Ferry

Home colours

Sky blue shirts with white and black front chevrons, black shorts & sky blue socks


The Ferry


North Street


The football ground is situated on the northern outskirts of the Saltney Ferry part of Saltney, sandwiched between the River Dee to its north and the North Wales Coast Rail Line to its south. The pitch can be found at the end of North Street, which joins onto the B5129 road that skirts around the perimeter of Hawarden Airport and the Airbus factory complex, and connects Sandycroft with the main A5104 Chester Road that runs through Saltney. There is a small car park available for parking, whilst on-road street parking is also an option if required.

The nearest train station for Saltney Ferry is Chester, and there are regular bus services from the ancient city to Saltney Ferry. You can use the 3 (Chester to Broughton) bus service from Chester, the 4S (Chester to Mold) bus service from the actual train station, or the 11A (Chester to Rhyl) bus service from Chester Bus Station towards the Saltney Ferry Road bus stop, which is the nearest to the ground. It then requires a 10-15 minute walk up Saltney Ferry Road, going over the rail line, to get to the North Street ground.

The nearest pub is the Saltney Ferry pub, which is just a short walking distance away from the bus stop along the A5104 towards Saltney, at the junction of Mainwaring Drive. Likewise, there is a huge selection of pubs and restaurants available back in Chester.


Saltney Ferry is a brand new team who will play their home games in the village of Saltney Ferry, situated west of the larger border town of Saltney. The club will start their history in the fifth-tier North East Wales Football League Championship for the 2022-23 season.

The Saltney area has a long history of football, with nearby Saltney Town acting as the town’s main representative, and Saltney Ferry will certainly add to the area’s football history by playing their home games at the pitch on North Street, which is situated to the north of the village and near the River Dee and the Higher Ferry footbridge over it.


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