Groundhopping 2021/2022

1. Beech Grove, Ellesmere. First Game Of The Season, Great To See Fans Back And A New Ground On My List (1)

2. Park Hall, Oswestry. Goals Galore, As Buckley Town Visit Park Hall In A Pre-Season Friendly

3. Park Hall, Oswestry. A Comfortable Victory For The New Saints, As Hugo Colace’s Bangor City Visit Park Hall

4. Park Hall, Oswestry. The Good Start To The TNS FC Season Continues, Against More Cymru North Opposition

5. Bayview Stadium, Methil. Ten Scottish grounds that I’ve seen football at, with a visit to Bayview Stadium, the home of East Fife FC, the latest one (2)

6. Townhead Park, Cumnock. From one coast to the other and a surprise post-match food delivery (3)

7. Marston Road, Stafford. The Final Pre-Season Game For The New Saints, On The Road At Stafford Rangers

8. The Oval, Belfast. My First Game In Northern Ireland, That’s Eighteen Countries So Far (4)

9. Park Hall, Oswestry. Behind The Park Hall Scenes, As Glentoran Are The Visitors In The UEFA Europa Conference League

10. Hikvision Stadium, Marijampolė. An Enjoyable Time In Lithuania, As The New Saints Set A European Record (5)

11. Park Hall, Oswestry. Another Historic Game For The New Saints – It’s Been A Good Season So Far

12. Cardiff City Stadium. At Cardiff City Stadium For The New Saints Versus FC Viktoria Plzeñ

13. Cae Baker, Penrhyncoch. A New Welsh Ground, As The Domestic Season Begins At Cae Baker (6)

14. Doosan Arena, Plzeñ. My Twentieth Football Nation, The Czech Republic (7)

15. Latham Park, Newtown. One Down, Thirty-One To Go

16. Park Hall, Oswestry. Eight-Goal Thriller, As The New Saints Beat Caernarfon Town 5-3 On JD Cymru Premier MD2

17. Bridge Meadow Stadium, Haverfordwest. One Goal Settles It In Pembrokeshire

18. Park Hall, Oswestry. The New Saints Go Top Of The Table With A 1-0 Victory on JD Cymru Premier MD4

19. Park Hall, Oswestry. Six Of The Best In My Favourite Football Competition

20. Cardiff City Stadium. First International Game In Almost Two Years, As The Fans Return

21. SDM Glass Stadium, Pen-y-bont. Points Shared In South Wales, As The League Leaders Held At Penybont FC

22. Park Hall, Oswestry. Behind The Media Scenes, As The New Saints Extend The Lead At The Top

23. Y Morfa, Conwy. A New Welsh Ground With A Visit To Y Morfa (8)

24. Park Hall, Oswestry. Six Wins From Seven, As The New Saints Remain Unbeaten In The League

25. Park Hall, Oswestry. A Massive Three Points For The New Saints FC Women In The Genero Adran Premier

26. Deeside Stadium, Connah’s Quay. Connah’s Quay Nomads 0 The New Saints 1 On JD Cymru Premier MD8

27. Park Hall, Oswestry. Late Drama As The New Saints Overcome Bala Town

28. Richmond Park, Carmarthen. At Last, A Penalty Shootout Victory For The New Saints

29. Cae-y-Castell, Fflint. The Points Shared At Cae-y-Castell