Eastleigh Travel Guide

What colour kit will the team be wearing?

We’ll be in red for our final league game before the play-offs 

What’s the ticket information?

Tickets are only available via Blundell Park with an allocation of 750.

How do I get to the ground?

Postcode for the ground is SO50 9HT

Exit the M3 at junction 13, then turn right onto Leigh Road

Turn right at the next set of lights onto Passfield Avenue, and the drive past Flemming Park Sports Centre. At the roundabout take the 2nd exit and at the next roundabout take the 1st exit. From here take the first right turn onto Stoneham Lane. The ground is on the left.

What stand are we in?

As you can see from the map – we are located in the East Stand terrace, with seats available in the South Stand.  Seating is unreserved and fans are free to move between the two areas. So if you need a seat, it is advised to arrive early.

 When do turnstiles open?

Turnstiles 10 + 11 will open at 1.30pm

Where is the best place to park?

There is no longer any matchday parking for fans at the stadium – it is now all reserved.

Eastleigh FC’s official website lists alternative parking at the Concorde Club – SO50 9HQ at a cost of £5.

Southampton Parkway – SO18 2HW – charges £7 but the walk takes about 20 minutes.

There are restrictions and limitations on parking around the ground so please be mindful.

Is there any disabled parking?

The stadium has a limited number of parking spaces for blue badge holders free of charge, located near the away end. To reserve a space you must email the Eastleigh DLO via dlo@eastleighfc.com

What is the nearest train station to the stadium and what is the approximate distance and walking time?

As the game is on a Sunday, travelling to the stadium via rail will be difficult, but for those making the journey the nearest stations are Southampton Airport Parkway (20 minute walk away) or Eastleigh (2 miles away).

Recommended pubs for away fans?

The social club at the ground is home fans only with the game having segregation in place.

There are no home/away designated pubs and I am told that The Concorde Club won’t be hosting fans from either Club.

Nearest pub to the ground is The Cricketers on Chestnut Avenue, which is a 15 minute walk away.

In town, opposite Eastleigh station, you have the Wagon Works which is a Wetherspoons. Bear in mind that the town centre isn’t close by – at nearly 2 miles from the ground, you’re looking at a taxi ride or a 40 minute walk.

 Food available in the area?

There isn’t an awful lot around the ground.  The town centre does have a number of national and local chain outlets within a small shopping centre – please check opening times with the game being on a Sunday.

Where is the nearest cash machine to the Stadium?

The Cooperative on Bassett Green Road (other side of the M27) or at Southampton Airport Parkway Station – handy if you’re parking there.

What food and drink is available in the stadium?

As the game is segregated the ‘The Hanger’ Clubhouse at the ground is home fans only.

There is a bar in the away end for Town, food is the usual burgers etc. Both cash and card accepted.

Is a programme available?

A printed programme is available for £2.00

What’s the flag policy?

Flags must not be hung pitch side or blocking any advertising boards.

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