Our final away match of this season is upon us and, thanks to Kristine Green’s Away Day Guide, supporters making the trip to see Town take on Stevenage tomorrow can find all the important information they need!
What colour are we playing in?
The boys are in blue for this game.
What’s the ticket information?
As all home stands have sold out, there are no on-the-day sales available. Please note that there are also no collections available on the day so all tickets must be collected from Blundell Park by 3pm today.
How do I get to the ground?
The postcode for Lamex Stadium is SG2 8RA is the postcode that you need for the stadium and it is signposted from junction 7 of the A1(M).
What stand are we in?
Town fans are located in the South Stand. This is an all-seater, covered stand behind the goal.
When do turnstiles open?
Turnstiles open at 1:30pm. Queues can tend to form nearer kick-off so please be mindful of that.
Where is the best place to park?
A free car park for 500 cars is available at the Fairlands Valley Car Park. This will fill quickly as the game is a home sell-out. This is clearly signposted from junction 7 of the A1(M) and is located on the opposite side of the dual carriageway to the stadium.
There are various Pay and Display car parks available in the town centre.
The retail parks have strict parking restrictions which could lead to a fine and fans are asked to have consideration for local residents if using street parking.
Is there disabled parking?
There is limited parking at the ground – please email email@example.com if you require this.
Fairlands Valley Car Park has a step-free underpass to the ground, too.
What is the nearest train station to the stadium and what is the approximate distance and walking time?
Stevenage Train Station, which has a direct service from Newark, Doncaster and London King’s Cross, is located in the town centre and is about a 25-30 minute walk away.
Recommended pubs for away fans?
The Broadhall Suite at the ground is welcoming away fans.
The Old Post Office (SG1 1PF) is near the train station while The Drapers Arms (SG1 3DW) is north of the train station.
There isn’t really a lot of choice near the ground but the town centre has plenty of options. Please be aware, though, that this is a fair walk away.
Food available in the area?
Again, the town centre has plenty of options and the ground is situated near a large retail park which includes outlets such as Burger King and Nando’s.
Where is the nearest cash machine to the Stadium?
The town centre has plenty of cash machines. Otherwise, there is a cash machine in the Roaring Meg Harvester but may charge for withdrawals.
What food and drink is available in the concourse at the stadium?
The concourse serves both hot and cold food and drinks but does NOT serve alcohol.
Is our drum allowed in the stadium? What is the process for supporters looking to bring flags into the stadium?
Stevenage advise that any fans looking to take a drum or flag of significant size should email ahead: firstname.lastname@example.org.
If the expected away crowd is below 1100 then a drum can be located in block C or D of the South Stand with permission.
Any flags must be located as per stewards’ instructions.
Any Other information?
Stevenage offer a digital programme which will be available to download on the day of the game via https://www.stevenagefc.com/news/digital-programmes/
For one final time this season, we’re looking forward to seeing a packed away end of travelling Mariners – be loud, be proud, be Town!