Standing at the centre of Boston since the 19th c., York Street has been the home of Boston United FC since 1933. Football is central to the town's history, and York Street saw its first match played in the 1880s. Also known as The Jakemans Stadium, the ground hosts local and international matches as well as firework displays and community events. Overlooked by Boston's statuesque cathedral, the ground was refurbished in the 1970s and is well worth taking a look round.
The Pilgrim Lounge, York Street's on-site bar, is open six nights a week and is a great place to enjoy a drink with family and friends while watching live sports on screen. Alternatively, catch Boston's soul night with DJs spinning Motown and northern soul tunes.
York Street is just off the A16, and is less than a mile's walk from the rail station. From John Adams Way, turn right at the traffic lights into Main Ridge and right again onto York Street, Parking is available at the NCP car park just off John Adams Way, which is on the left after crossing the river.
If you're looking to grab a bite to eat, why not try one of the restaurants around York Street? To make it easy, Go dine has compiled a list of places to eat near York Street within a 15 mile radius, offering everything from British pub fare to Italian. We're here to help you find restaurants near York Street, offering you menus, photos and real customer reviews. Once you've made your choice, you can book a table online for free. If you'd like to venture further afield, check out our regional pages for the best restaurants in Lincoln, Scunthorpe and Skegness.
Did you know Boston United Football Club is known as “The Pilgrims” in reference to the Pilgrims Fathers, who fled to America and founded Boston, Massachusetts?