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Scott Hall Playing Fields

Scott Hall Playing Fields

Grass pitches suited for rugby, football and other balls sports.

Scott Hall Playing Fields

Scott Hall Playing Fields is a wide open green space used for sport activities including rugby and football.

Location Details

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Things to Note

Scott Hall Playing Fields has the following on-site or nearby:

  • Dog Waste Bins
  • Nearby Food & Drink
  • Nearby Parking
  • Nearby Toilets
  • Pushchair Access
  • Rubbish Bins
  • Wheelchair Access

Location

Scott Hall Playing Fields are located between Chapeltown and Meanwood 2-miles north-east of Leeds city centre.

Things to Do

There’s a few things to do at Scott Hall Playing Fields. Check these out:

Dog Walking

Like it says in the name. It’s several flat playing fields cobbled together. Perfect territory to let the pooch run free off the leash.

Running

Speaking of running. The perimetre of the playing fields is half a mile in full. What’s more you can use the four sides of the field to do some interval training where you vary up the speed.

Rugby

There’s a full sized adult football pitch on the playing fields. It’s home of the North Leeds Leopards RLFC. They field a mixture of adult and junior teams and are always on the look out for volunteers to support the setup. To play or volunteer drop them a message on Facebook.

Football

Scott Hall Playing Fields have multiple junior sized football pitches. With the goals fixed these are perfect for a group of young people to turn up and use. For under 16s it’s worth joining in with a North East Leeds junior session. They are a community club supporting over 350 children and young people. Find out more by heading to the NEL Facebook page.

Ball Games

The wide open grass fields make Scott Hall prime for playing lots of group ball games, like cricket. We’ve even seen people with a golf club hitting a ball around the ground into empty spaces. If you do the latter just be doubly careful where you hit the ball.

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History

Before Scott Hall was playing fields it was a farm. The farmhouse – on Scott Hall Street – still stands as a Grade II listed building. It sits in disrepair in poor condition waiting for some TLC.

Amenities

Dog waste and rubbish bins available on the pathway curtailing the edge of the playing fields.

Food and Drink

Picnic

On a sunny warm day the fields become a sun trap. Perfect conditions to unroll a blanket and have a picnic in-between some ball games.

Food & Drink

For some hot takeout look no further than the options on the Potternewton Lane and Scott Hall Road roundabout. El Bahja serve up tasty pizza and chicken with a vegan menu for those avoiding the meaty stuff. A few doors to the left is Drakes. A chippy that consistently wrap a decent fish supper – ideal to take back to the playing fields to eat alfresco.

Parking

Park for free on the residential street of Potternewton Lane, postcode: LS7 3DR (Google Map Directions)

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Access

Scott Hall Playing Fields is fully accessible by wheelchairs and pushchairs.

How to Get To Scott Hall Playing Fields

Google Map Directions

Bus

Scott Hall Playing Fields are served directly by First Leeds buses 7 and 7A. From the city centre this will take just under 30-minutes with the bus stop just after the Potternewton-Scott Hall roundabout.

Taxi

For those travelling by taxi it’s a 10-minute ride from Leeds City Centre to Scott Hall Playing Fields.

Other Locations Near Scott Hall Playing Fields

Looking for other places near Scott Hall Playing Fields? Here are three other locations just around the corner.