Fratton Park is located on Frogmore Road, Milton, Portsmouth, England. It has a capacity of 21,100 and although it is located in Milton, it is named after Fratton railway station, which is one mile west in the neighbouring Fratton area. This misnaming of the football ground was chosen by the club’s founding directors, to persuade supporters that Fratton Park was within walking distance of the railway station. Fratton Park is the only ground in English professional football not on the mainland of Great Britain as it was built in 1899 on the site of market garden in Milton, a Portsea Island farming village. Milton became a residential suburb of Portsmouth in 1904 when Portsmouth’s boundaries were expanded to include all Portsea Island.
Location: Frogmore Road, Milton, Portsmouth, Hampshire PO4 8RA, England
Public Transport: Fratton railway station