Away Day Guide – Swindon Town

What colour kit are we wearing for this game?

We’re in our black-and-white home kit for this game. 

What’s the ticket information?

There is an away ticket office located next to Arkells Stand – the designated stand for away supporters.

This fixture has unallocated seating – please can fans be mindful of those who would like to use their seat for the entirety of the game.

Adult – £27
Over 65/Students – £22
Under 21 – £15
Under 18 – £11
Under 11 – £3

How do I get to the ground?

The postcode is SN1 2ED. From the Midlands – Take the M40 to junction 9, then take the A43, A34 and A420 into Swindon.

At Drakes’ Roundabout turn onto Queen’s Drive. At the end set of roundabouts take the 3rd exit onto Country Road, the entrance to the stadium is the first right. 

What stand are town fans in?

We’re in the Arkells Stand – this is an all-seater, covered stand at the side of the pitch.

When do turnstiles open?

The turnstiles will open from 1:30pm.

Where is the best place to park?

Swindon Cricket Club – £5.50 by card/contactless – SN1 2ED. This is open subject to weather conditions as it’s on the grass.

St Joseph’s School, on Ocotal Way – £5 – SN3 3LR

Alternatively, there are numerous car parks in the Town centre, which is only about half a mile away.

If using street parking please respect residents and keep an eye out for signs prohibiting parking there.

Is there any disabled parking?

Disabled parking is limited at the ground so please email [email protected] to pre-book.

What is the situation with trains?

A rail strike has been called so please check services before travelling.

Swindon Station is only half a mile away from the ground, about a ten-minute walk.

As you leave the station, turn left onto Station Road and then, when facing the White House Pub, turn right onto Corporation Street.

Turn left onto Manchester Road at the lights and then at the end of this road turn right onto County Road and the stadium is in front of you.

Recommended pubs for away fans?

The bar located at the ground is home fans only. The County Cricket Club welcome away fans as does The Merlin on Drove Road – both are a short walk from the ground.

There are a number of bars/pubs in the town centre close by.  Just to be aware that some may not allow colours and others will not allow children. 

Food available in the area?

There’s a burger bar and Greek Street Food in the main car park and both a Burger King and Fish & Chip shop across from the ground.

The stadium is located within half a mile of the town centre which has chain pubs and restaurants serving food.

Where is the nearest cash machine to the Stadium?

The nearest cash machine is located at Tesco or the Esso petrol station near the ground.

What food and drink is available on the concourse at the stadium?

Food and drink, including alcohol, will be available from the concourse.  Please note that the stadium is cashless so card/contactless only.

What is the process for supporters looking to bring flags/musical instruments into the stadium?

No musical instruments are permitted.

Flags should be presented to stewards prior to entry and their instructions followed for positioning.  This will likely be in the lower tier as fans are located in the upper tier.

Is a programme available?

A printed programme is available on the day at a cost of £4.00

Safe travels to all Mariners making the trip to Wiltshire – be loud, be proud, be Town!



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