Broadfield is a neighbourhood in Crawley, West Sussex, England. Broadfield is located in the south west of the town. It is bordered by Bewbush to the north, Southgate to the north east and Tilgate to the east.

Broadfield is divided into three local government wards, Broadfield, Bewbush & North Broadfield, and Gossops Green & North East Broadfield.

Broadfield was developed in stages and is relatively densely populated. The property types include private estates, housing associations, council houses, and self-built homes.

Broadfield Park

Broadfield Park is a nature reserve managed by Fields in Trust. This park is set in the grounds of Broadfield House, a Grade II Listed Building dating back to 1830.

Park features
  • Lakes
  • Woodland
  • Lawns
  • Parkland
  • Nature trails
  • Free parking

Wessex Angling Academy has a license that allows them to fish from authorised areas of the lake. Fishing fees apply.

Friends of Broadfield Park

Broadfield Park is protected by Friends of Broadfield Park, who improve access and maintain the park for public enjoyment.

Crawley Town Football Club

Town Mead was the home of Crawley Town FC for 48 years until the land was sold to developers in 1997. The club then moved to Broadfield Stadium, located about two miles away. Crawley Borough Council owns and operates the stadium, which can hold 5,996 people.

Crawley Town Football Club is an English association football club based in the town of Crawley. Crawley Town Football Club, founded in 1896 as Crawley Football Club, changed its name in 1958.[2] The club plays in League Two, the fourth tier of English football. Broadfield Stadium is the club’s home stadium since 1997, and it is nicknamed the “Reds” or “Red Devils” due to the colour of their kit.

Broadfield 3G Pitch & Pavilion

With its proximity to Crawley Town FC’s stadium, Broadfield 3G artificial football pitch is the perfect training ground, whether you’re just looking for a kick around with your mates, or are a more serious club. Full-size, 11-a-side 3G artificial pitches can either be hired as a whole or can be divided into three five-a-side fields. Up to six teams can use the pavilion and changing room, and the area is floodlit so that you can play day or night, all year round.

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