Surrounded by country, agriculture and cider. Yeovil Town is positioned in a place truly unique unto itself. It may not be a 50,000 seater new age castle but it is slabbed in character, paved with charm and will make those hungry for a terraced game, green with envy.
This is a place that sits a modest 27 years old. Built and opened in 1990, in human years it may perhaps be hitting a pinnacle of the party days. This mid-to-late tweenties bloomer has seen all the sights - promotions, relegations, FA Cup fairy tale fixtures - you name it, Huish Park has hosted it. What's more, as you go from Main Stand corridors to pitchside concourse, this humble playground starts to come alive.
Imagine you've taken your Football Manager underdog from Non-league to Football League - a club that is very much backed by it's local population - its emblazoned green carpets are equalled by a beautiful typography across the door of each of it's hidden doors. It's a point in time immortalised in brick and mortar while the game keeps spinning.
A capacity of 9,565, of which 5,212 is seated and one end is exposed to the elements - this is a place of pure football fandom. A reminder of why it's a shame the pint can't make its way pitchside in the contemporary game; under the lights on a Friday night or as the sun beams on a Saturday, Huish Park has good spirits written all over.
As a club, Yeovil Town have experienced the sheer turbulence of English Football. Having risen to the Championship, now sitting in the League Two, they have enjoyed plenty of thrills as well as spills along the way. This is a stadium where Angel Di Maria scored just two seasons ago in the FA Cup - it perhaps goes to show the margins of the topflight game and just how soon things can change. Still, fighting strong with foundations worthy of an upward trajectory, you can expect many more highs served up at Huish Park. Go on the Glovers.