Travelling To The Sir Halley Stewart Ground…

Here are a few details for our fans and a reminder that we kick-off at 3pm on Saturday…

Daventry Town FC have issued a warning to supporters ahead of the Pinchbeck United league match.

DTFC would like to remind fans that no pitch invasion can take place until all officials and Pinchbeck United playing staff and management have left the field of play after the final whistle.

The safety of players, managers, fans and match officials is of paramount importance and supporters who encroach on the pitch before the officials and Pinchbeck United have vacated, could risk facing removal from the stadium, while the club could also face a fine.
 
We therefore ask that you support us in this way and remain in the stands until the pitch is clear.
 
Thank you for your continued support.

Arriving By Coach

The club will be running a supporters’ coach for the away trip to Pinchbeck United FC.

Places are still available on the coach for the away match this Saturday, at Pinchbeck, but advise to book early due to numbers. Contact the club on 07903 8569107 or by email: club.secretary@dtfc.co.uk to make a booking. 

For this match, the coach will leave the main Elderstubbs Car Park at 10.30am, with the price is being £16.

Arriving By Car

Highways England website advises that there are roadworks on Saturday:

Roadwork Location : The A45 eastbound between the A509 South and the junction with the A6.

Period: From 20:02 on 12 April 2019 to 06:00 on 30 April 2019.

Lane Closure Location : The A45 eastbound between the A509 South and the junction with the A5001 West. Lane Closures: Lane 2 is closed.

Period: Expect disruption until 20:00 on 10 May 2019.

Lane Closure Location : The A45 westbound between the junctions with the A5001 West and the A509 South. Lane Closures: Lane 1 is closed.

Period: Expect disruption until 20:00 on 10 May 2019.

Lane Closure Location: The A45 westbound between the junctions with the A5001 West and the A5001 East. Lane Closures : Lane 1 is closed.

Period: Expect disruption until 20:00 on 10 May 2019.

Parking

The Sir Halley Stewart Field is situated close to the town centre in Spalding, right opposite the Spalding Bus Station (off Winfrey Avenue), and within easy access of the local Railway Station (off King’s Road).

Parking is available within easy walking distance of the stadium with some Pay & Display facilities located directly opposite the ground.

There is also some limited free parking within a few minutes walk of the ground, but please note that this free parking is limited to three hours during peak times.

You can view a map of the ground’s location within Spalding, by clicking this link.

Please be aware the stadium is in a heavily residential area, and traffic wardens could be in place before, during and after kick-off which may affect drop-offs and pick-ups.

Sir Halley Stewart Ground

Access to the ground is via the Main Entrance and the turnstiles are on Winfrey Avenue.

Their is no away supporter section due to the ground not being segregated. Turnstiles will open 90 minutes before kick-off – that’s 1.45pm on Saturday.

Admission

Adults: £6, Concessions: £4, U-16’s: Free

Programme: £1.50

Clubhouse

The Social Club (located just inside the turnstiles upon entering the ground) is open before, during and after every home match and is the perfect place to relax, catch up with friends, quench your thirst, or grab a snack whilst still being able to watch the action!

After each match the Social Club is where players and officials also congregate and live TV is also provided, so that supporters can catch up on results from around the top leagues and see how their ‘other’ favourite teams have performed.

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