Declared "The best ground across all four Divisions" by the Sevenoaks & District Football League, Potters Mede is the home of Potters FC, and is a ground rich in history.
In 18th and 19th century, Potters Mede was a key site for local pottery businesses in Wrotham and neighbouring villages, where the local potters would source their clay.
Now the ground boasts one of the finest football pitches and some of best facilities in the area as the proud home of Potters Football Club.
Potters Mede was the chosen home location for current club manager and founder, Henry Willard when the club was born in 2007, back when the site was a simple field with a slope, and the changing facilities were located within a 25-year old prefabricated building that was erected in November 1981.
Just weeks before Potters FC were due to play their first ever game in September 2007, the building at Potters Mede was burnt down in an arson attack, leaving the newly formed club without any changing facilities, or any sense of a real 'home'.
Thankfully, Wrotham School allowed Potters to use their changing facilities across the A227 between 2007 and 2011 whilst the club still played their home games at Potters Mede, before Borough Green Parish Council finalized plans to re-develop the ground with re-landscaping and a brand new building.
Between 2011 and 2013, Potters FC played their home games at Wrotham School 3G whilst extensive work was carried out at Potters Mede, and the end result upon completion in the summer of 2013 was magnificent.
Potters Mede now boasts four smart changing rooms with individual showers and WC facilities, an officials changing room with two showers and a private WC, an exclusive Players Lounge, kitchen/matchday tea bar, male & female WC facilities, disabled WC, community hall available to hire, 9v9 grass pitch, and the main 11v11 grass pitch with raised banks on two sides for enhanced spectator viewing.
The club also has its own car park which is free of charge and can accommodate up to approximately 40 vehicles.
For driving directions to Potters Mede, please click HERE.
Travelling by train
Borough Green & Wrotham Railway Station is just a 10 minute walk from Potters Mede, and served by trains two trains every hour between London Victoria and Ashford International on Saturdays, operated by Southeastern.
For standard 2pm Saturday match day kick off's, if travelling from Ashford towards London, the 12.47pm service from Ashford International gets in to Borough Green at at 1.36pm.
If travelling from London towards Ashford, the 12.37pm service from London Victoria gets in to Borough Green at 1.22pm
Upon exiting the station onto the main road, turn left (away from Borough Green High Street) and continue to walk along the A227.
As you enter Wrotham, Potters Mede is on your left, directly opposite the 3G pitch.
Download full train timetable for Borough Green & Wrotham Railway Station
Travelling by bus
The Arriva 308 service between Bluewater and Sevenoaks is the only bus service that operates on Saturdays.
There are bus stops outside Wrotham School on both sides of the road. If travelling from Bluewater direction, there is a bus stop situated almost directly opposite Potters Mede. If travelling from Sevenoaks direction, the bus stop of your side of the road is a little further up past Potters Mede, opposite Grange Park School (next to Wrotham School)
Please be aware that these are not main stops, so be sure to ask for a ticket to Wrotham School, and ensure the driver remembers your stop.
For standard 2pm Saturday match day kick off's, if travelling from North Kent (from Bluewater to Sevenoaks), the 12.24pm service from Bluewater reaches Potters Mede at 1.39pm.
If travelling from West Kent (from Sevenoaks to Bluewater), the 1.24pm service from Sevenoaks town centre reaches Potters Mede (bus stop opposite Grange Park School) at 1.53pm - Just in time for kick-off!
Download full Arriva 308 service timetable
Download Arriva 308 Route Map
Potters Mede has its own refreshments bar within the club house, with a serving hatch on the side of the building to ensure you don't miss a glimpse of the game!
Sue, our wonderful matchday catering Manager is on hand at all home games to assist spectators, where you can purchase a selection of hot and cold drinks and light snacks.
Separate male and female toilets can be found inside the club house, along with a disabled WC, whilst there is also an additional spectators/disabled WC at the opposite end of the clubhouse beneath the metal stairwell.
Potters Mede has its own on-site car park, which is free on all match days and can accommodate approximately 40 vehicles.
The nearest Public Housese are The Moat in Wrotham (London Road, TN15 7RR), and The Black Horse in Borough Green (76 Maidstone Road, TN15 8HF).
We hope you enjoy your visit to Potters Mede.