Stevenage Club Profile

Formed in 1976 as Stevenage Borough, the club has emerged from humble beginnings at the town’s King George V Playing Fields to establish itself in the Football League. Boro’ have twice won the Conference, while being no strangers to causing the odd cup upset…

Ground Information

Away Supporters' Stand:
South Stand

Facilities for Disabled Fans:
The North Stand provides wheelchair spaces.

Pre-Match Pintage:
Opposition fans have, in the past, been made welcome in the Broadhall Suite, the Stevenage club bar before and after kick-off at the corner of the Buildbase Stand and East Terrace. Unfortunately, on busy matchdays, access may be limited to home fans.

Other nearby venues include Our Mutual Friend in the residential area near the Broadwater Esso garage, and The Forge, which has a restaurant down the road from the away stand near Tesco heading out towards Knebworth. A bit further along is the smaller but cosier Roebuck Inn.

Travel Information – Distance: 0 miles

By Road:
A: When travelling to Stevenage, it is highly recommended that drivers come via the A1(M) and exit at Junction 7 (Stevenage south, Ware A602). From the north, the A1 dissects with the A14 (for the Midlands and East Anglia) and the M62 (for the North West). If coming from the south, the A1(M) dissects the M25 (for all routes south, south-east and west).

B: Confident drivers can save up to 30 minutes if travelling from the east by turning off the M25 at Junction 25 and heading up the A10. Head Northbound for approximately 10 miles and turn off onto the A602 (signposted Stevenage), following this route into the town for a further 9 miles. The ground will be on your left, and signposted.

Tools: AA Route Planner | Highways Agency

Fairlands Valley Park car park is the designated car park and is easily reached. If coming from the A1(M), follow the A602 as it should lead you to the car park, which will be on the left. Coming from the A10 along the A602? You will have to double back on yourself at the roundabout outside the ground to reach the car park.

If you arrive soon enough, you might be able to find parking on local streets but beware of any restrictions and please do be considerate of residents' requirements.

By Rail:
Services to: LONDON KINGS CROSS; YORK etc.

Our train station is adjacent to the town centre, about a mile from the ground. It's walkable on a nice day in 15-20 minutes; signposted too.

A taxi rank can also be found outside the station, while buses are available (Route 5 from Stop E passes the ground) via the walkway through Gordon Craig Leisure Centre.

Tools: National Rail | TfL Journey Planner