Visiting St James Park Located on direct train routes from London Paddington, London Waterloo, Birmingham, Bristol and other parts of the country, Exeter is a popular destination for fans who want to enjoy a weekend of football near the Devonshire coast.
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The facilities in and around the stadium – and across the city – make Exeter an ideal road-trip for travelling fans who want to spend a Saturday or a full weekend away.
Exeter City's St James Park stadium is conveniently located in the heart of the city, with excellent walking, cycling and public transport links, which are now clearly signposted en-route.
The AddressSt James Park, Stadium Way, Exeter, EX4 6PU.
The StadiumSt James Park has undergone a £3.4million pound redevelopment project which has seen the construction of a new stand, changing rooms, covered away end, and associated facilities.
The new stand has been named the Stagecoach Adam Stansfield Stand in honour of fans’ favourite Adam Stansfield, who died eight years ago.
It also features a heritage display which has been created thanks to a grant from the Heritage Lottery Fund and the work of the Supporters’ Trust history group and the Grecian Archive, in partnership with the University of Exeter.
Away supporters enter through the turnstiles on St James Road.
ParkingPlease note that there is no on-site parking for supporters at St James Park on matchdays. There is also very limited residential parking available locally.
Please click here for Exeter Car Parks
Need help on the day?In the Fan Zone (opposite reception) is the ECFC Information point which can help with any questions home or away fans have about St James Park or Exeter City. We also have a team of ambassadors around the stadium who can help or direct you around the ground.
The Junior Grecians Family ZoneThe Junior Grecians Family Zone is open on most matchdays, and available for use by all family visitors to St James Park. The zone is open to all from 12:30pm for members, and 1:30pm for all visitors!
Fan ZoneThe Fan Zone houses the Exeter City club shop, an outside bar and the Junior Grecians Family Zone. There is also a dedicated catering van providing hot and cold delicious local produce.
The Centre Spot barThe Centre Spot Bar welcomes both home and away fans, and is located in the ground, next to the VIP entrance and old Reception. The bar offers a large range of drinks, pool table and dart boards, all in a friendly atmosphere.
The Centre Spot is also home to The Famous Exeter City Real Ale and Cider Emporium, offering a great selection of real ales and ciders.
The Club ShopThe club shop offers a wide range of official Exeter City merchandise,including replica shirts, training wear, hats, scarves, gifts, souvenirs, programmes, books and much more.
The club shop is situated within the stadium and is joined with reception.
Arsenal Football Club Address: Arsenal Football Club, Highbury House, 75 Drayton Park, London, N5 1BU
Telephone Number 020 7619 5000
General Enquiries: https://www.arsenal.com/the-club/contact-arsenal
Supporter Liaison Officer: Mark Brindle, email@example.com
Disability Liaison Officer: Jon Dyster, firstname.lastname@example.org
Updates if anything does change from the norm will be posted on Arsenal.com and on our twitter accounts @Arsenal and @ArsenalMatchday
Below is a link to our ‘Get to emirates Stadium’ page on Arsenal.com which provides full information on the many ways to get here plus further links to useful sites such as the Transport for London journey planner.
This also provides a link to the form for booking coach spaces.
We also have a separate page for matchday safety and security
We would recommend that supporters use the Transport for London twitter account @Tfl or website https://tfl.gov.uk/ for transport updates.
If supporters are travelling by National Rail services we would recommend them to use the national rail enquires website www.nationalrail.co.uk before travelling.
Supporters are strongly advised not to drive to Emirates Stadium. The ground is situated in a mainly residential area with an extensive Event Day Parking Scheme in operation. Only car owners with resident's permits will be allowed to park on-street in the designated areas and any cars parked illegally will be towed away.
The designated ‘away fans’ pub the Drayton Arms which is situated directly opposite the away section is currently closed for refurbishment and therefore not available for this match. The Metropolitan police have advised that there is no provision for an ‘away fans’ pub in the vicinity of the ground currently and away fans are asked to drink away from the Islington area.
The ’Away’ turnstiles will open at 5-30pm and we advise supporters to arrive as early as possible.
Alcohol will be served in the away section at the start and as with every game we reserve the right to pull sales. If sales are pulled, bars will re-open for soft drinks and food only.
The ‘away’ turnstiles are situated at the Southeast corner of the ground (entrances K and L). There are several ways to approach this part of the ground.
If your supporters are travelling by coach and parking in Queensland Road they need to walk to the end of Queensland Road turn right and walk 50yards (approx.) and they will see a ramp on their right leading up to the podium level of the stadium, walk up the ramp and then keeping the stadium on their left they walk for about 150 yards and they will find the away entrances on their left.
If arriving from Highbury & Islington (Victoria Line), on leaving the station turn left and walk down Holloway Road for approximately 10 minutes turn right into Hornsey Road, walk straight down and the Stadium is in front of you. If you then take the stairs to the right of the Armoury store up to podium level and again keeping the stadium on your left, you will reach entrances K and L in about 250 yards.
Finally if you come into Arsenal Underground station on the Piccadilly line when you come out of the station turn right and follow the road as it turns to the left, you are now in Drayton Park, ignore the first steps you see on your right hand side and continue along Drayton Park for 5 minutes and on your right you will see the Danny Fiszman Bridge cross over and this leads you directly to the away entrances.
Disabled Access to the right hand side of entrance K (stewards will be in place) Wider view of Disabled Access
Please find the selection and prices for the away section catering below.
Pies : Steak and Ale, Chicken Balti £4.85
Ruby Murray Vegan Pasty £6.15
Sausage Roll £4.30
Sausage Roll x2 £6.70
Pint / Half
Budweiser £6.35 / £3.25
Hells Lager £6.60 / £3.40
Pale Ale £6.60 / £3.40
Magners £6.35 / £3.25
Wine Red/White/ Rose £7.80
Soft Drink 500ml: Tango, Pepsi Max or 7up £3.95
Prime Hydration Tropical 500ml £4.50
Water 500ml £2.75
Coffee , Bovril, Hot Chocolate or Tea £2.95
Cadbury Grab Bags : Twirl Bites, Wine Gums, Giant Buttons £4.40
Crisps : Ready Salted, Salt’n’Vinegar, Cheese’n’Onion £2.20
Security at Emirates Stadium is at a high level so if you could stress early arrival that would be a great help as well. Outside the turnstiles stewards will search by way of a full pat down body search. We encourage supporters not to bring a bag and only essential items. Maximum bag size is A4. All bags are searched and tagged prior to entry. The current guideline is that turnstiles will open for the away section two hours before kick off. We recommend that supporters arrive at least one hour before kick-off, again if there is any change to this we will let you know.
There are no ‘left luggage’ facilities at Emirates Stadium. The nearest left luggage facilities are at Kings Cross station.
Below is a link to a graphic for our up to date banned items list:
The full ground regs are here:
Arsenal Football Club operates a zero tolerance policy towards abusive or anti-social behaviour in any form. If supporters wish to report an incident or concern they should report this to the nearest steward or, alternatively, send the text message
FOUL to our ‘See Something, Say Something’ SMS reporting service on 67777 together with a description of the incident.
Emirates Stadium is a no smoking stadium. This includes e-cigarettes. Anyone found smoking will be ejected from the ground. For anyone considering leaving the stadium, note that no re-admission to the ground is permitted
Flags & Banners
Subject to space, flags and banners are allowed in the away end. These will need to be fire certificated. For questions relating to this contact Mark Brindle on email@example.com
For any ticketing enquiries on matchday the Box Office is situated next to the Armoury Store on the West side of the Stadium.
This afternoon we welcome the supporters, officials and playing staff of Oxford United to the Abbey Stadium. We also welcome all Cambridge United supporters coming to the match.
The Audio For All team of volunteers has taken two big steps forward this season at Cambridge United thanks to new equipment and the creation of a proper base – the Accessibility Point behind the Newmarket Road end.
The descriptive service is offered to anyone who may benefit – not just the visually impaired – while the Accessibility Point offers support services for anyone with additional needs, be they physical or sensory.
The new audio equipment came via a donation from the club’s CUFCLottery https://www.cufclottery.co.uk/ , replacing kit which was donated second-hand when the service was launched in 2011. Fans using the service will hear the action de-scribed by a trained volunteer via a receiver and earpiece.
Sensory packs are available for fans of any age who would benefit from one.
These include noise-cancelling headphones, sensory balls, sunflower sticker to wear and a sheet of puzzles.
Information on the stadium’s Picture Pathway App is also available.
Audio sets and headphones must be returned to the Accessibility Point after use.
All of the above is provided by volunteers with the backing of the club.
Point of contact:
Nick Parker (AFA co-ordinator) 07929 589925 firstname.lastname@example.org
or visit the Supporter Accessibility page on the club’s website
We also need to congratulate the Cambridge United Youth side in securing their place in the FA Youth Cup Quarter-Final following the win against Sheffield Wednesday, I would like to wish them every success in the tie against Arsenal at the Emirates next week. At the time of writing there are 1500 supporters travelling to support the side. Thank you to everyone who is going to the game. Remember be Loud, Proud and United in your support. It is an exceptional turn out and reminds me of when we played against Arsenal at Highbury in the FA Cup Quarter Final. Many supporters travelled on the day to find out that the tickets had sold out for the match on their arrival and couldn’t get in.
This evening we welcome the supporters, officials and playing staff of Cheltenham to the Abbey Stadium. Thank you to everyone who has travelled to the Abbey Stadium for the match.
One of the most positive and encouraging initiatives to commence in the past twelve months has been the creation of the Cambridge Aces. All clubs look at improving the match day atmosphere and this group is definitely ticking all the boxes at the moment. It is important we build on the enthusiasm and energy of younger supporters and allow them the opportunity. Please give them your support and encouragement. Below is your chance to get to know learn more about them.
Hello, we are the Cambridge Aces. We set up the group last year whilst talking to the club about how to add more colour and atmosphere to the Abbey during matches, including crowd surfer flags for big games, such as the ones we had last year against Luton and recently against Ipswich, having flag bearers to wave the three flags we have at the front of the Newmarket Road End, aiming to reintroduce the flags on staffs we had during the Conference Days and organising displays before big games, such as “that” fixture coming up in April.
We are coming up to the business end of the season where the boys need our support as much as possible to help them achieve another season in League One. Where we belong! The atmosphere and ambiance during the Ipswich game was electric and we need to be like that every game to ensure the team can get their confidence back.
We are looking at raising money over the next few months to help fund a display that will hopefully incorporate the Main Stand as well as the NRE to welcome the team out for the first Cambridgeshire League derby since December 2001, and as a group we will be releasing more information in the coming months. We are still actively looking for anyone who would be interested in volunteering or getting involved with what we are trying to do at the Abbey so if you are wanting to be a part of this, or would like to give your opinion or share some ideas for flags with us, then please contact us through Twitter or Instagram (@cambridgeaces for both) or come speak to one of us on a matchday! You’ll normally find us around the NRE Fanzone before a game so please come say hi. We are incredibly excited and honoured to be doing this and look forward to helping turn the Abbey into a fortress again. Forever, United in Endeavour.
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This afternoon we welcome the supporters, officials and playing staff of Ipswich Town to the Abbey Stadium for the second time this season. It is a match with many supporters of both clubs either knowing or living close to each other. Many will even be family members, so I hope it is a good-natured affair both on and off the pitch.
As SLO at Cambridge United I am involved with the Cambridgeshire FA Equality Diversity and Inclusion Committee. Cambridgeshire FA’s Equality, Diversity and Inclusion Group is a key tactic in promoting football for everyone. It enables Cambridgeshire FA to consult with its diverse communities, and ensures that the services
provided meet any gaps in provision. The committee’s purpose is to:
• Maintain a strategic overview of County FA work from an inclusion perspective.
• Support the County FA in their design, planning and consultation of county plans and development plans.
• Review, monitor and scrutinise all County FA programmes from an inclusion perspective.
• Receive and comment on inclusion assessments of key aspects of County FA work.
• Provide advice and support about the following:
• Community engagement
• Proactive interventions to address gaps in equality and inclusion
• Embedding inclusion into the county planning process
• Enhancing development programmes for inclusion
• Supporting the County FA with the continuous recruitment to Local Football AntiDiscrimination Panels
• Abide by the County FA Codes of Conduct
• Attend and represent EDI on committees and at Board via the EDI Committee Chair.
• Provide advice and support where relevant on fine-tuning disciplinary procedures to support good practice on handling allegations of discrimination.
• Support the County FA in the development of specific campaign work with targeted communities.
If you are interested in applying to be a voluntary member of the Equality, Diversity and Inclusion Group please contact Ryan Kay on 01223 209 036 or email email@example.com Members may represent or have a working knowledge in one or more of the following areas:
· Women’s and girls’ football
· Disability football
· Black, Asian and minority ethnic football
· LGBT football
Cambridge United supporters can you see yourself in the photos from the Oxford United match on display in the slideshow below
Come rain or shine the Fans Gallery keeps capturing you at the Abbey…
Oxford United supporters photos can be seen here
Did you have a scoreboard announcement on Saturday afternoon at the match against Oxford United?
Did you have a scoreboard announcement on Tuesday night at the match against Cheltenham Town?
For Away Travel Coach availability ring Away Travel on 07591 111251 or Email firstname.lastname@example.org
If you are going to the match on Saturday against Barnsley please see the information below.
We hope it will help you on your journey.
Here are a few details about what is available for you on your trip to Barnsley
If you have any queries about Barnsley then please contact them on via the form
www.barnsleyfc.co.uk/club/contact-us-form/ or email@example.com
Please download or read the download below
DIRECTIONS & CAR PARKING INFORMATIONIf using SatNav, our post code is S71 1ET.
Leave the M1 at Junction 37 and take the A628 towards Barnsley. Stay on this road (Oakwell is well sign-posted) and you will eventually see the stadium on your right.
There are a couple of car parks located around Oakwell, but they are mainly for permit holders only. Between the stadium and the Metrodome Leisure Centre is a car park for visiting supporters - the old Queens Ground - which costs £5 per car, £10 for a mini-bus and £20 for coaches.
TRAIN INFORMATIONBarnsley Interchange is about a 10 minute walk away from Oakwell. The station is served by trains running between Sheffield and Leeds/Huddersfield, and trains in both directions arrive every 25 minutes or so.
When exiting the train station turn left away from the town centre and head towards the bridge that the dual-carriageway runs over. Go under the bridge and turn left up the slip road and then take the first road on the right and head towards the Metrodome leisure centre at the top of the hill. Oakwell is now clearly visible.
Cambridge United supporters can you see yourself in the photos from the Ipswich Town match on display in the slideshow below
Come rain or shine the Fans Gallery keeps capturing you at the Abbey…
Ipswich Town supporters photos can be seen here
Did you have a scoreboard announcement on Saturday at the match against Ipswich Town?
If you missed it or would like to download an image see the slideshow via the slideshow
During 2020 the CUFCLottery paid for the provision of two new Electronic scoreboards.
If you would like to take part in the Lottery or find out more click here www.cufclottery.co.uk
I am the SLO @ Cambridge United. This page will provide information concerning match days for both sets of supporters.