Our Impressions of Bellslea Park
Situated in the heart of the town and next door to a church, Bellslea Park's only structure is a main stand. Sloping grass banking lies opposite the stand, gravel paths all way around. If the weather is bad, the stand is the only place to go.
Fraserburgh enjoyed a long period of rivalry with Peterhead, with neither side being all that successful in that time. Now the 'Blue Toon' are in the SFL, Broch are almost cut adrift in Buchan. They are probably the best supported side in the league currently, with gates of around 300. This is an old fashioned sort of ground. The pitch can be heavy, the dugouts are on far side from main stand, and you can feel quite a way from the action if you're in stand. Team merchandise is available on matchdays or from the shop in the town centre.
Social Club: Under main stand, no other details
Year formed: 1910
Home colours: Black and white stripes, black shorts, red socks
Change colours: unknown
Cover: Seats only
Refreshments : Hut to side of main stand. Hot drinks, pies, burgers, soups.
Directions to Bellslea Park
From South (A92)
On Kirktown Brae, continue straight ahead at roundabout on outskirts of town. Continue straight ahead for around 1 km after this, passing through an industrial estate and some playing fields on the left. A small ornamental garden on the right of the road will come into view. Behind the wall at the back of the garden is Bellslea Park. Car Park on Seaforth Street.
Nearest Railway Station: Aberdeen (40 miles)
Buses from Aberdeen call in Fraserburgh . Check with Stagecoach Bluebird (www.bluebirdbuses.co.uk)