List of King George V Playing Fields in the United Kingdom

There were initially 471 King George V Playing Fields in the United Kingdom.[1] Details of all the current King George V Fields can be found here

EnglandEdit

Northern IrelandEdit

Northern Ireland
Location Formal name Local name (if any) Coordinates Dates External links
Purchase Opening
Belfast King George V Playing Fields   54°36′09″N 5°53′22″W / 54.6026°N 5.8894°W / 54.6026; -5.8894   1960 Belfast City Council

ScotlandEdit

East Renfrewshire
Location Formal name Local name (if any) National Grid Reference Dates External links
Purchase Opening
Clarkston King George V Fields Overlee Park / Overlee Playing Fields NS943652    


Glasgow
Location Formal name Local name (if any) National Grid Reference Dates External links
Purchase Opening
Glasgow (Carnwadric) King George V Park NS546600    


Renfrewshire
Location Formal name Local name (if any) National Grid Reference Dates External links
Purchase Opening
Renfrew King George V Memorial Playing Fields The KG 5s NS506666     UK Running Track Directory
[2]


North Lanarkshire
Location Formal name Local name (if any) National Grid Reference Dates External links
Purchase Opening
Wishaw King George's Field King George The 5th NS785551     UK Running Track Directory


West Lothian
Location Formal name Local name (if any) National Grid Reference Dates External links
Purchase Opening
Whitburn King George V Playing Fields   NS943652     UK Running Track Directory
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WalesEdit

Glamorgan
Location Formal name Local name (if any) National Grid Reference Dates External links
Purchase Opening
Pontardawe[3] Parc Ynysderw   SN718033 2003 2003 NPFA: Field Focus, Autumn 2003
St Donats King George's Field SS943682    
Tonypandy Athletic Ground SS986926   UK Running Track Directory


Pembrokeshire
Location Formal name Local name (if any) National Grid Reference Dates External links
Purchase Opening
Saundersfoot King George's Field St Issels   SN133047   1954 Extract from the Central Register of Charities maintained by the Charity Commission for England and Wales


Ceredigion - Cardigan.

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Fields in Trust - King George V Fields
  2. ^ "Football pitches get the red card". Daily Record. 17 January 2014. Retrieved 2 November 2018.
  3. ^ Parc Ynysderw is a newly created King George's Field in 2003