Whether you’re bringing your family for the first time, are new to the area or just visiting, Huish Park offers a safe and welcoming atmosphere to supporters of all ages.
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Getting your Tickets
Remember tickets for all our home league fixtures are cheaper when you book in advance. Tickets for games can be purchased in advance of matchday in the following ways:
If you order at least three days before the game your tickets can be posted straight to your home, or you can choose to collect your pre-paid tickets on matchday. Collections are available from the white ticket collection booth located in front of the ticket office on the Main Stand side of the ground.
Click here for ticket office opening hours.
If you want to purchase tickets on a matchday, you can still buy online up to three hours before kick-off, after that simply head to the ticket office to buy. Remember the ticket office is busiest in the hour before kick-off so allow yourself time to buy tickets if purchasing on the day.
What area of the ground is best for me?
Huish Park is divided into two seated stands and two standing terraces.
Home supporters can choose from seats in the Main Stand and Screwfix stands or unreserved standing behind the goal on the Thatchers Gold Terrace.
If you are attending with children we recommend that you select seats in the designated family area in blocks F & G of the Main Stand.
Please note that the first five rows (Rows AA, A, B, C & D) are likely to get wet if its raining so remember to dress appropriately or select seats higher back if you wish to stay out of the weather.
All tickets that are able to be purchased from the Yeovil Town ticket office are for home fans unless otherwise stated.
Away supporters are typically located in the Screwfix Stand, and those with a bigger travelling support will also be given the Martin Baker – Glovers Trust Terrace, the Northern Stand of the ground.
Tickets for away fans are often sold by the club from the online ticket office, however if there is a larger allocation, the travelling club may sell them themselves, offering priority to existing season ticket holders/members.
Those who travel with their supporters coaches will park up straight behind the Terrace so will have a short walk to their entry point. However, if you need to collect/purchase a ticket, head to the ticket office, located just around the corner in the Main Stand.
Unfortunately, all tea bars within the away end our cash only, so please ensure you have enough cash if you want to purchase food & drink in the ground. Information on the nearest cash points are available further into this article.
How do I get to Huish Park?
For all the details on getting to Huish Park by public transport or by car, parking details and bus & train routes, just click here.
Understanding my Ticket
All the information you need to make your visit to Huish Park easy and convenient is on your ticket, including the date and kick-off times.
Your Stand – You’ll see either the Main, Screwfix, or Thatchers Gold Stand stated on your ticket this refers to the side of the ground you’ll be located on.
Your Block – the Main and Screwfix Stands seating is divided into blocks with designated letters. Look for you block letter at the back of the stand.
Your Row – Each block has lettered rows. AA is pitch side row P is the back of the stand.
Your Seat – Your seat number within your row
Once you have arrived and are ready to enter the stadium, your ticket will advise which gate to enter the ground through. Once you have found your entrance you will need to make your way through a turnstile to enter the stadium. Once inside if you have any issues finding your entrance or seats, just ask a member of our stewarding team who would be happy to help.
For information and assistance available to disabled visitors at Huish Park visit our Disabled Supporters Association (DSA) website www.ytfcdsa.net.
When does the ground open?
Turnstiles usually open 90 minutes before kick-off. We recommend that you enter the ground roughly 45 minutes before kick-off which is when the players will come out onto the pitch for their warm-up.
Inside the ground
There are tea bars located in all stands of the ground for hot and cold refreshments throughout the build up and during the game. Once inside the ground you can’t leave and re-enter – so make sure you’ve soaked up all the atmosphere around the ground before you enter.
Where can I get any merchandise and programmes?
The club shop is located midway along the Main Stand and open several hours before kick-off. Here your can buy replica kits, merchandise and souvenirs.
Programmes are available from the club shop and from booths located around the ground.
Where are the toilets?
Inside the ground you will find Gents and Ladies toilets in all stands there are also toilets located outside the ground in the supporters marquee and at the back of the Thatchers Gold stand. Disabled toilets are located in the Screwfix and Main stands.
For away supporters, there are toilets behind the Terrace, or within the Screwfix Stand.
Where can I get cash?
The ticket office and club shop both accept payment by all major cards except American Express. Should you need cash the nearest ATM is at ASDA at the bottom of Western Avenue.
What to do in an emergency?
In the case of an emergency please contact your nearest steward for any assistance or to get medical help.
The Junior Glovers cabin is located on the corner of the ground between the Main and Thatchers Gold Stand, and opposite the Supporters marquee. The cabin is and indoor area for families with children that can be accessed before you enter the ground. There are a range of matchday activities for children, games consoles and table football to play as well as visits from the Jolly Green Giant and our players.
How can my Child become a Matchday Mascot?
Click here for more details on becoming a mascot.
Is there a lost child point?
If you have any issues over safety or a lost child please contact your nearest steward immediately. Stewards are located throughout the stadium within each block of seating and will be wearing high visibility jackets.