FIRST TIME VISITORS TO HUISH PARK
From the Midlands and North
Take the M5 south to junction 25 (Taunton). Take the A358 signposted Ilminster until joining the A303 at Horton Cross. Continue along the A303 in an easterly direction which is signposted Andover and London until the Cartgate roundabout and then take the A3088 which is signposted Yeovil.
At the first roundabout, turn left; at the second roundabout go straight on (past the Crematorium) then at the third island, take the first exit again at the Asda roundabout into Lufton Way. The main entrance to the stadium is approx. half a mile along on the right
From London and the Home Counties
Take the M3 and the A303 until the Cartgate roundabout, junction with A3088 sign-posted for Yeovil. At first roundabout take the first exit along Bunford Lane, go straight over the next roundabout and take The first exit - again the Western Avenue roundabout into Lufton Way.
From the South via A30
Take the A30 into Yeovil until the Kingston roundabout, and then follow signs for Taunton (A358) along Preston Road to roundabout at Western Avenue.
From the West Country via the A30
Take the A30 into Yeovil, at the first roundabout in West Coker Road take the first exit. At the bottom of the hill, take the first exit again at the roundabout, the second exit at the following roundabout and then straight over the next. This will lead you to the Western Avenue roundabout. Take the first exit at this roundabout into Lufton Way and the stadium is on the right hand side.
From the West Country via A303
Take the A303 to the Cartgate Roundabout and take junction A3088 sign-posted for Yeovil. At the first roundabout, take the first exit along Bunford Lane, go straight over the next roundabout and take the first exit again at the Western Avenue roundabout into Lufton Way; the main entrance to the stadium is on the right.
Yeovil has two railway stations, Yeovil Pen Mill which links with trains from Bristol and Birmingham and Yeovil Junction which has a regular service from London Waterloo and Exeter.
Both stations are about three miles from Huish Park and unless you love walking a taxi to the ground would be advisable. Taxis are always available at both stations.
From Town Centre:
Huish Park is about 2 miles from the town centre and as previously mentioned unless you love walking you are advised to get a bus (Not that frequent) or a taxi (01935 426666)
Full details of all ticket prices and how to obtain them can be found by clicking on the Ticket tab on this website. Payment methods are Cash, Debit Card, Credit Card.
The Family Stand at Huish Park (Block G) is situated at the home end of the main AgustaWestland Stand and is sponsored by local Solicitors Pardoes whose sign is clearly visible.
Away Supporters are housed in the open away end of the ground which is a standing area only. There is also the provision of a seated area (Block P & PP) in the away end of the Screwfix Stand.
There are snack bars situated in the home and away Terrace area and in both the Agusta/Westland and Screwfix stands. Tasty pies, sweets and drinks are always available at these snack bars. There is a supporters Marquee where supporters and families can obtain drinks and snacks but it should be noted that the facility is not always open to away supporters subject to Police approval check out the news section of the club web site before match. There is a toilet facility in the Marquee.
Programme sellers are situated at various points outside the Stadium priced at £3.
Toilet facilities are situated on all four sides of the stadium and are well signposted but it should be noted that they are only available once you have passed through the turnstiles.
The club shop for all things Yeovil Town is situated in the main stand.
Car parking is available at Huish Park, priced at £2 a car on both sides of the ground. Follow the signs from the A303 and the Asda Roundabout.
There are several pubs around Huish Park the nearest being The Airfield Tavern and The Arrow. There is also a Fish & Chip shop and all are within walking distance of the ground. For directions ask a steward.
The Stadium Department is managed by James Hillier and is responsible for several key areas of the club's operation including;
- Stadium development and maintenance
- Playing surfaces including training grounds
- Grounds maintenance
- Systems implementation and maintenance
The department is also responsible for the specific services that are relied on in order for other departments to operate i.e. Information Technology infrastructures.
Key Members of Staff within the department:
- Tony Fry, Head Groundsman
- Liam Breaden, Assistant Groundsman
At the start of the season the traffic management system was implemented to aid the exit from Huish Park.
In order for the system to work effectively, it is vital that our supporters understand and make best use of the system.The road closures and diversions are there to help you and minimise disruption for the local residents, and we have legal powers to close certain roads in the area.
Failure to acknowledge these closures is a criminal offence. Police will be informed of offenders with evidential support.