Rossett Park is located at 2 Jubilee Rd, Crosby, Liverpool L23 3BG, UK, we aim to offer all our customers a great experience with Rossett Park and we would be happy to assist you with any questions you may have.

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Paul Mutch

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nice little community ground

3/ 5

nice little community ground

Philip Ashcroft

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Friendly local football

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Friendly local football

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No parking dirty place

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No parking dirty place

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