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A look at silver lake stadium.. the home of county opening day opponents Eastleigh.

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So I thought as the national league is still new to us and some of the teams and grounds  are not like ours I thought it might be nice to see the away grounds we will be playing at this season. First up is silver lake stadium the home tomorrows Opposition Eastleigh.   

Eastleigh Football Club have played at the Silverlake Stadium since 1957. Previously known as the Sparshatts Stadium, it has a capacity of 5,192.(3,210 seats)

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it does not look that bad, quite a nice ground for the level of football. i just hope notts dig deep and overcome the opening day nerves.

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I'm buzzing right now, I really can't wait and I just hope we can sing loud enough throughout the whole game - I am sure we can. The stadium doesn't look that bad, I'm sure some will say it's a dump, but I actually think the general look is quite traditional.

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Im expecting alot of grounds to be more like basfords in terms of a pitch and standing areas but we could be very surprised and see some better than those in league two.

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It was a lovely ground I enjoyed going .. a very humble ground with a charm about it. The staff was polite and made you feel welcome there was enough leg room and the seats I felt were fantastic. 

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