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Beith Juniors

Formed: 1938
Home colours: Black & White / Black or White / Black or White
Change colours: Red / Red or White / Red or White
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Home ground: Bellsdale Park
Address: Meadowside Terrace, Beith, KA15 2AF
Record attendance: 4,400 vs Johnstone Burgh, 1964/65
SFA Licence Award: None
Location: From Johnstone (A737): By-pass Beith until a roundabout is reached at the other side of the town. Take the B7049 (Dalry Road, 3rd exit) into Beith only as far as Chestnut Avenue (3rd left). Take it, go downhill, then take the first right into Meadowside and first right again into Meadowside Court (pedestrian access only?). Bellsdale Park is at the end of the street on the right. If driving, continue to end of Meadowside and turn right into Mains Road at T junction. After 200 yards or so, take narrow lane on right to ground.
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Nearest Railway Station: Glengarnock (2.5 miles)
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Capacity: 1809
Seats: 0
Cover: Yes
Floodlights: No
Playing surface: Grass
Social club: No
Notes: The ground is situated just beyond a five a side pitch on the west side of the town. The clubhouse and refreshments canteen is midway down one side of the ground, with a covered enclosure running beyond that for about 50 yards. The club, as well as re-doing the old cover, added two new sections on the other side of the pitch. The revamped and immaculately maintained Bellsdale Park, even with it's severe slope, is one of the most interesting grounds in Scottish Junior football.