Travelling To Chesterfield? Here’s Our Essential Guide

Chesterfield Vs. Grimsby Town – Sunday 2nd December, kick-off 2pm.

This game is ALL-TICKET and no tickets will be sold on the day. We are expecting to sell out of our ticket allocation and the Mariners will be backed by an army of around 1700 at the Proact.

Town fans will be housed in the North Stand which is at one end of the stadium, Capacity: 10,400 (all seated)

Address: Sheffield Road, Chesterfield, S41 8NZ
Telephone: 01246 269300
Fax: 01246 556 799
Pitch Size: 111 x 71 yards
Pitch Type: Grass
Club Nickname: Spireites
Year Ground Opened: 2010
Undersoil Heating: No

The Proact Stadium is a 10,000 all seater stadium which opened July 2010. It is situated on the outskirts of the town at Whittington Moor.

The postcode is S41 (8NZ for older satellite navigation systems, please use S41 8LF).

Car Parking:

Parking is very limited in the surrounding streets. However, if you arrive early enough it is available. There are also a few pay and display car parks in the local area for a reasonable charge.

Car parking at the stadium is for permit holders only.

Don’t think about parking in the nearby Tesco store, as the car park is patrolled on matchdays and you may end up having your car towed away.
How to get there.

By Car

Leave the M1 at Junction 29 and take the A617 towards Chesterfield. At the end of the dual carriageway at the edge of the town centre, turn right onto the A61 towards Sheffield.

At the first roundabout turn left and the stadium is down on the right. For the main entrance turn right into Sheffield Road and then right again into the club car park.

By Train

Chesterfield Railway Station is walk-able from the Proact Stadium, although it will take you between 20 and 30 minutes to walk to do so.

Where to drink.

Alcohol is served within the concourses at the Proact Stadium.

A five minute walk from the stadium is a micropub called the Beer Parlour.

Celebrity Watch.

James Hill (TV personality), entrepreneur and winner of Celebrity Big Brother 2015, Sir John Hurt, actor and Ian Hyland, Daily Mirror television critic – all originate from these parts.

Town Kit

Shirts: Black & White
Shorts: Black
Socks: Red


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