One of the most westerly and southernly outposts of the Sussex County League, the High Street Ground is located just off the High Street behind the Selsey Fire Station. Driving south on the B2145 continue into the town until you reach a set of traffic lights. Turn right at the lights and into Budgens supermarket car park. The ground is found at the top left of the carpark.
Entry to the ground is through a couple of impressive iron gates, which have been donated to the club by a local Holiday Camp which has now been closed down. The ground itself is neat and tidy, with hard standing all around. The cosy clubhouse and dressing rooms (as well as a welcome tea bar) are all situated along the near touchline, and painted in the club colours. The clubhouse provides a range of refreshments at affordable prices, Sky TV with many screens, a pool table, darts, bar billiards and a snooker table. As can be seen from Bob Lilliman's archive photographs, the clubhouse building originally incorporated spectator seating. This arrangement was altered when a hurricane hit Selsey in 1987 and removed the clubhouse roof.
The stand on the opposite touchline, was opened in 1962 and is still in situ. An extension to the stand was made in 2011 to comply with the FA requirements at the time. New dugouts were also installed in 2011 along with new ground perimeter fencing. The facilities, along with the playing surface, are among some of the best within the Sussex County Football League.
A warm and friendly welcome will greet you when you visit.