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Bridge Meadow, Haverfordwest

Published: Tuesday 2 April 2013, 18.09CET
Venue for two group stage games.
Bridge Meadow, Haverfordwest
Bridge Meadow Stadium, Haverfordwest ©FAW

Getting there

Published: Tuesday 2 April 2013, 18.09CET

Bridge Meadow, Haverfordwest

Venue for two group stage games.

Bridge Meadow Stadium
Capacity: 2,467
Matches: Sweden v Germany, France v Wales

• Three-time Welsh champions Haverfordwest County AFC, a team that trace their origins back to 1899, play their home games at Bridge Meadow.

• The stadium was constructed in the mid-1990s to replace the club's former venue of the same name, with a new stand added in 2009.

• Germany's Birgit Prinz scored a hat-trick at Bridge Meadow in 2007 in a 6-0 UEFA Women's EURO 2009 qualifying win against Wales. Germany went on to lift the trophy.

Haverfordwest
The gateway to Pembrokeshire national park, Haverfordwest is a market town on the river Cleddau whose name reputedly means "place where goats cross the river". The nearby medieval Picton castle is a big tourist attraction.

Last updated: 22/05/13 11.27CET

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