Stadium Guide: v Stevenage (H) Stadium Guide: v Stevenage (H)

Stadium Guide: v Stevenage (H)

Here you'll find all the news and information you'll need ahead of kick-off.
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With thanks to Walsall FC, here is your handy guide to all-things Poundland Bescot Stadium as the Saddlers prepare to welcome Steve Evans and his Stevenage side to town for a meeting of two of League Two's unbeaten teams.


Tickets for tomorrow’s game are still available to purchase. The Ticket Office will be open from 11am on Saturday morning and will be open up until kick-off.

We would like to remind you that Under-12s can watch all home league games for free by joining Swifty's Squad and attending each match with a full-paying adult or senior citizen.

Click here for more information on ticket prices. We advise supporters to arrive as early as possible, as we expect it to be busy at the stadium and in the surrounding areas. You can still purchase tickets for the game online here.


With the hot weather continuing into the weekend, the DCMS have once again issued advice on how to stay safe during a heatwave – please click HERE.

The safety and welfare of our supporters, staff and players is paramount to us as a Club.

With this in mind, we would like to advise supporters that they will be able to bring their own plastic water bottles, with the tops removed, to the match, but please note that metal or glass bottles will not be allowed into the Poundland Bescot Stadium for safety reasons.

Supporters will be able to take advantage of a free water refilling station which will be situated behind the Mick Kearns Community Hub in the Poundland Lower Tier and all of our kiosks will also be fully stocked.

We advise supporters to stay hydrated, apply sun creams regularly and contact the nearest steward or first-aider if they are feeling unwell.


A further reminder that there will be rail strikes taking place tomorrow (Saturday 13 August) which will have a disrupting effect on football supporters attending EFL fixtures.

The following services will be affected by the industrial action:

  • Arriva Rail London
  • Avanti West Coast
  • Crosscountry
  • Greater Anglia (including Stansted Express)
  • Great Western
  • Hull Trains
  • LNER
  • London Overground
  • Southeastern
  • West Midlands Trains

We are also aware that delays are expected around Junction 10 of the M6 over the weekend which may affect supporters travelling to tomorrow’s match.

Please allow yourself plenty of time and plan your journey accordingly


Last season the club launched a text service for supporters who can anonymously report any incidents they see inside or outside the stadium. Discrimination of any kind will not be tolerated at the Poundland Bescot Stadium.

If you see or hear any forms of discriminative behaviour, please text 07585 858030 with details of the incident and location in the stadium to report it.


The Club Shop at the Poundland Bescot Stadium is open up from 12pm right up until kick-off.

Please allow yourself plenty of time to be able to browse around the shop.


The Stadium Suite will be open from 12pm to all home supporters.

It will also be open during the half-time interval but will close at the end of the half-time break and will not be open after the game.

This will be the case for the entirety of the 2022/23 season.


The Mick Kearns Community Hub, situated in the lower tier, will be open before the game and at half-time to supporters in the lower tier. It will also be open after the game to ALL home supporters.


Stevenage supporters in the traditional away end behind the goal will have access to the away bar in the concourse.


Programmes will be on sale around the stadium, in the Club Shop and in the Ticket Office for just £2.

Supporters are also reminded that the Poundland Bescot Stadium remains a cashless venue.
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