EVERY sports ground has its own unique charms.

Whether it be the seated stands, terraces or clubhouse or perhaps other quirky features.

However which mid Wales sports clubs offer the most picturesque scenery?

Which mid Wales sports club has the most awe inspiring backdrop?

CTSport Twitter followers pitched their own suggestions.

Pecknall Farm - Alberbury Cricket Club

County Times:

Alberbury's home ground is an idyllic setting, overlooking the Breiddens, the Llanymynech and Berwyn Hills. The ground is in Wales, with the English border running alongside side, giving batters the rare opportunity to hit the ball from one county to another.

Rich Field - Brecon Corinthians FC

County Times: The Brecon Beacons – and the three ranges surrounding them, the Black Mountain Range, Fforest Fawr and Black Mountains, are all within a walk from the Corries ground.

King George's Field - Corris United FC

County Times:

The ground has become a favourite of groundhoppers since the club's reformation in 2019.

The Elvicta - Crickhowell FC

County Times:

Another gem of Brecknock. The town lies on the River Usk, on the southern edge of the Black Mountains and in the eastern part of the Brecon Beacons National Park. Significant parts of the surrounding countryside, over 20,000 acres form part of the Glanusk Park estate.

Dolforgan Park - Kerry FC

County Times:

Few Montgomeryshire grounds are as iconic as Dolforgan Park which takes its name from the 17th cenrury manor in the village.

Cae Llwyn - Llanfyllin Town FC

County Times:

Cae Llwyn is based on the school grounds and off a narrow road which runs through the town with the Berwyn Mountains in the distance.

King George V Field - Talgarth Town FC

County Times:

Another beautifully located ground in Brecknock in the shadows of the Black Mountains.