Oldest international football ground
Racecourse Ground
147:031 year(s):day(s)
United Kingdom ()

The oldest international football ground still in use is the Racecourse Ground in Wrexham, Wales, UK. 147 years and 31 days have passed since the first and most recent senior international fixture played at the ground, as of 5 April 2024.

The first international match played at the Racecourse was on 5 March 1877 when Wales men's team hosted Scotland. The home side lost 0-2 on the day.

Wales women's national team beat Croatia 4-0 in a Women's Euro 2025 qualifier on 5 April 2024 at the Racecourse. The most recent men's fixture hosted before then was also a 4-0 win, over Gibraltar in an international friendly on 11 October 2023.

Wales are the third oldest international football team after England and Scotland. Although Scotland have always played at 'Hampden Park' this has been at various locations. They only started playing at the current Hampden Park in 1906. The England national football team originally played on the Kennington Oval cricket ground in London before their first game on a football ground in 1883 at Bramall Lane, Sheffield.