Ground Name: Broadhall
|What's The Ground
Main Stand (photo)
What Is It Like For Visiting Supporters?
Where To Drink?
East Terrace (photo)
How To Get There And Where To Park
South Stand (photo)
Programme & Fanzine
Record & Average Attendance
Fans Ground Reviews
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|What's The Ground Like?|
|Certainly one of the better grounds in the Blue Square Premier and one which would not look out of place in the Football League. On one side is the all seated covered, Main Stand, that looks quite impressive. It is unusual in so much that at the back of the stand on either side of it, there are large gaps between the back of the roof and the stand below. Whilst in the middle of the stand at the back, there are a number of glass fronted areas to various Club offices. Opposite is the fair sized East Terrace, that is covered and is quite steep. Eventhough like the rest ground, the stand is relatively new, it does have a gable with a clock sitting on its roof above the half way line, which gives it a touch of character. At one end is the South Stand, which is another single tiered all seated covered stand. This stand given to away supporters. There is an electric scoreboard on the roof of this stand. Opposite at the North End of the ground, is a small covered terrace. A set of four new floodlights (one pylon in each corner) were installed for the start of the 2007/08 season.|
|What Is It Like For Visiting Supporters?|
|Away fans are located at one end of the ground in the South Stand. As you would expect from a relatively new stand the facilities and views of the playing action are good. Normally an enjoyable day out and one that fans of most other clubs look forward to.|
|Where To Eat & Drink?|
|There is a Club House at the ground which is popular with both home and away fans alike. There didn't seem to be much in the way of pubs near to the ground that I came across. Across the roundabout from the ground there is a Business Park that has various eating outlets such as Pizza Hut, McDonalds & Burger King. Andrew Coates adds; 'there are numerous chain-pubs in the town centre, as well as the 'Mutual Friend' and the 'Old Forge' - if walking towards the town centre they are on each of the two roads that pass either side of the ground.|
|How To Get There And Where To Park|
|Leave the A1 (M) at Junction 7 and take
the A602 towards Stevenage. Go straight across the first roundabout and as
you approach the next roundabout you can see the floodlights of the ground
over on the right. However, if you go straight across the roundabout then
you will see the entrance on the left to the large official car park which
For a map showing the location of the ground click here.
To go to a simplified page, containing the directions and pub info, which you can print out click here.
|The nearest station to the ground is Stevenage
which is about one mile away from the ground. Leave the station booking
hall and turn left towards the town. Take the stairs on the right before
the bridge over the dual carriage way and head along the A602, Lytton Way.
At the roundabout which has the police station on the right, take the second exit into Six Hills Way. At the
next roundabout take the third exit (south) continuing along the A602, Monkswood Way,
passing a large Asda store on your right. After about 3/4 mile (McDonalds/Burger King etc will be on
your right) you will arrive at a roundabout and the ground will be
opposite you on the other side of the A602.
Thanks to Roger Dickinson & Gary Barker for providing the directions.
|Programme & Fanzine|
|Official Programme £2.50
The Broadhall Way Fanzine £1
|Woking, Barnet, Kettering.|
|For the Stevenage Borough fixture list click here (to take you to the BBC Sports Website)|
|Record & Average Attendance|
8,040 v Newcastle United
FA Cup 4th Round, January 25th 1998.
2008-2009: 1,989 (Blue Square Premier)
2007-2008: 2,251 (Conference National)
2006-2007: 2,126 (Conference National)
2005-2006: 2,178 (Conference National)
|Fans Reviews Of Broadhall Way|
|Luke Barber (Tamworth) 14/04/07|
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