|Address||Huish Park, Lufton Way, Yeovil, Somerset, BA22 8YF|
|Telephone No.||01935 423 662|
|Fax No.||01935 473 956|
|Ground Facilities||Club house, club shop|
|Capacity||9,665 (Seating 5,212)|
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From the North, follow the southbound M5 as far as junction 25, exiting onto the A358 towards Ilminster until joining the A303. Continue east along the A303 then take the A3088 into Yeovil. At the first roundabout, take the first exit at the Western Avenue roundabout into Lufton Way. The main entrance to the ground is on the right.
From the South, drivers are advised to follow the A37 into Yeovil, turning left onto the A30 (West Coker Road). At the next roundabout, take the 2nd exit onto the A3088 (Watercombe Lane) and follow it through one roundabout. At the next, take the 2nd exit onto Bunford Lane. Take the 1st exit at the next roundabout onto Lufton Way and the ground is on the left.
Yeovil has two railway stations, Yeovil Junction and Pen Mill Junction, on opposite sides of the town from the ground. Visitors advise that a taxi is the most convenient method of getting to the ground from both stations. A “Hopper” minibus service operates from Yeovil Junction to the town centre, where First Traveller service no. 1 leaves from a stop outside Lloyds TSB in the High Street and drops off near the stadium. Click here to check the current train timetables
The nearest airport is Bristol, at a distance of 30 miles. The Bristol International Flyer coach service runs regularly to Bristol Temple Mead railway station, with connection to Yeovil Junction. Click here to check the current flight times
There are several taxi companies in Yeovil that can take you to and from Huish Park. You can always prebook a private hire taxi, or hail a black cab on any highway.
The stadium is in the suburbs of Yeovil and was built as a replacement for the former non-league club’s previous ground, The Huish, in 1990. The ground has two seated stands (the Cowlin Stand and the Agusta Westland Community Stand) and two separate standing areas (the Blackthorn Stand and Copse Road Terrace, the latter being the away stand). The away end is uncovered, so be prepared to get very wet if it rains!
Admission Prices 2015/16
Tamburino Stand (Centre): Adults £23, Over 65's £20, Under 22's £13, Under 16's £9
Tamburino Stand (Wings): Adults £21, Over 65's £18, Under 22's £13, Under 16's £8
Screwfix Community Stand (Centre): Adults £22, Over 65's £18, Under 22's £13, Under 16's £9
Screwfix Community Stand (Wings): Adults £20, Over 65's £16, Under 22's £13, Under 16's £8
Thatchers Gold Stand (Terrace): Adults £20, Over 65's £15, Under 22's £13, Under 16's £8
Screwfix Community Stand (Seating): Adults £20, Over 65's £16, Under 22's £13, Under 16's £8
Copse Road Terrace: Adults £20, Over 65's £15, Under 22's £13, Under 16's £8
*The ticket prices quoted above are for tickets purchased prior to matchday via the internet. Tickets purchased before the day of the match by phone or in person can cost up to £3 more. Tickets bought on the day of the game can then cost an additional £2 more (i.e an Adult ticket bought on the day of the game can cost £5 more than if it had been earlier in the week via the internet). Members of the Junior Glovers Club can obtain further discounts on the Under 16's ticket price.
** The ticket prices quoted above are for tickets purchased prior to matchday Tickets bought on the day of the game can cost up to £5 more.
Last Season: 24th, Football League One
Average Attendance: 4,346
A Fans View:
Away fans are situated in the Copse Road open
terrace at one end of the ground. This is uncovered, so hope for a dry day. Up
to 1,500 supporters can be housed in this area. Additionally just under 600
seats are allocated to away fans in the Screwfix Community Stand, which is
covered. However tickets are only made available in this area to families with
young children, senior citizens and ambulant disabled. Normally a visit to Huish
Park is enjoyable, and the atmosphere good. This is boosted by a very vocal
crowd in the home terrace as well as the presence of a drummer and trumpeter in
that end (on my last visit the trumpeter was even imitating an ambulance siren
as the trainer ran on to treat an injured player!). If Yeovil score then 'Glad
All Over' by the Dave Clark Five blasts out around the ground. Food on offer
inside include Pasties (meat or vegetable £3.20), a range of pies; Chicken
Curry, Chicken & Mushroom, Steak & Kidney (all £3.20), Hot Dogs (£3.20) and
Sausage Rolls (£2.20).
On my last visit I was five minutes late getting to the game and had missed the kick off. Unbelievably the turnstiles had already closed at the away end. Myself and a number of other away fans had to run around the ground to try and find and someone who could get us in. We managed this, and I have to say that the stewards were particularly helpful and friendly. I found the large police presence in and around the ground perturbing. In my mind I was not at a high profile game, so I was somewhat surprised at the amount of local constabulary there.