Exeter City’s first away match of the 2019/20 campaign gets under way when they make the trip to Stevenage in a 3pm kick-off at the Lamex Stadium.
STADIUM: THE LAMEX STADIUM (SG2 8RH)
The Lamex Stadium, also commonly referred to as Broadhall Way, has a capacity of 6,722 and was originally built in 1961, before being expanded in 2001. The stadium has four stands with away fans situated in the south stand which is all seated. The highest attendance recorded was in 1998 when Stevenage welcomed Newcastle United in the FA Cup in front of 8,100 supporters, with the help of a temporary stand.
The supporters’ coach will depart from Unit 1 nightclub at 8:00am for a fare of £33. Pick-up points include: Unit 1 nightclub (Summerland Street), Honiton Road Park & Ride (by Miller and Carter steakhouse), Cullompton Services (junction 28), Tiverton (junction 27), Taunton (junction 25), any other pick-ups en-route by prior arrangement.
The easiest way to buy is online, or on your mobile using the clubs ticketing system.
For more information or to book please contact Chris Woolcott on 01392 250250 or John Bishop on 07904036334 or by email at: firstname.lastname@example.org (after 6pm).
Alternatively, drop into reception at St James Park to book.
To get to Stevenage from Exeter take the M5 north all the way up to the M4 East where you need to travel towards London. You then need to join the M25 clockwise and follow the motorway for a period of time before taking the exit for the A405. Continue along this road before you come to a roundabout and take the third exit for the A414. Follow this road for a while before you meet the A1 which you need to follow before leaving for a main roundabout and the A602 which will take you to the stadium.
You can take the train from Exeter to get to Stevenage, but this will often require around two changes. If you take the 09:55 service from Exeter St David’s to London Paddington, you then need to take the underground to London King’s Cross. From there you need to take the 13:16 train to Stevenage which gets you there for 13:44. There is around a 1-mile walk from the station to the stadium. Coming back from Stevenage, you can get the 17:47 train and take the reverse route which will get you back to Exeter St David’s for 21:34.
According to footballgroundguide.com, There is a large club house bar at the ground, behind the south stand, which is popular with both home and away fans alike. Otherwise, there is not much in the way of pubs near to the ground. Still, if you like your real ale then it is worth taking the 15-minute walk to the 'Our Mutual Friend' pub in Broadwater Crescent.
Tickets for Exeter City's match with Stevenage at the Lamex Stadium are on sale now. Ticket prices for the south stand are as follows:
For full ticket information click here.
AWAY FAN GUIDE
Click here to find out all you need to know about visiting the Lamex Stadium
The total distance between St James Park and the Lamex Stadium is 216 miles and would take around three hours and 30 minutes to drive. Free match day parking for 500 cars is available to fans at Fairland Valley car park to the north of the ground. This is signposted from junction seven of the A1(M). Please then use the signposted underpass to cross the A602 to the stadium rather than crossing the dual carriageway by foot.
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