Scunthorpe United: Club Profile
After relegation to League Two in 2013, The Iron passed us on the way up as Boro’ went down the following year. Scunthorpe United look to have gone from (relative) strength to strength in the seasons since; finishing fifth and in the League One playoffs in the 2017-8 season.
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Travel Information – Distance: 156 miles
Scunthorpe United's ground is handily located at the end of the journey from Stevenage, sited just off the end of the M181. To get there in the first place, take the northbound A1 and leave at Junction 35, taking the third exit on the roundabout for the eastbound M18.
After nearly 11 miles, leave the motorway at Junction 5 and take the third exit on the roundabout for the M180 towards Scunthorpe. Stay on the M180 for nearly 12 miles until you reach Junction 3, at which point you will need to bear left onto the M181.
At the end of the motorway, take the third exit at the roundabout for the A18 Doncaster Road. A second roundabout will present itself shortly after; again, take the third exit. Glanford Park is at the end of the access road.
It doesn't appear as if parking should be too much of an issue at Glanford Park. Not only is there a car park at the venue itself (costing £3 with space for 600), there are also retail and restaurant units nearby with extensive facilities.
Services to: DONCASTER (for STEVENAGE)
Walking isn't really an option, as it's two miles between the station and the ground and will take you around 45 minutes at best. Then again, if it's a nice day...