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Visiting Clarence Park

Thinking of visiting Clarence Park for the first time? We will be delighted to welcome you! Read on for answers to frequently asked questions for an enjoyable visit to the home of The Saints!

WHERE IS THE GROUND?

The stadium is situated in Clarence Park and is easily accessible by bus or by train. The stadium is only a short walk from the St Albans City railway station and bus terminal. Turn left out of St Albans City station into Station Way and cross Hatfield Road into Clarence Park. Follow the path round to the right of the ground until you reach the main entrance. Full details on using using public transport to visit St Albans can be found at Enjoy St Albans.

Visiting Clarence Park - local area mapWHERE CAN I PARK?

Parking is available around the ground on local streets but please check parking restrictions and respect our neighbours by not blocking driveways. St Albans City station is a 5 minute walk away which has a large car park costing £2.50 on Saturdays.

HOW MUCH IS IT TO WATCH A GAME?

Tickets can be pre-purchased up to 2.30pm on a Saturday match days or up to 7.15pm on an evening match day. The admission prices are available here. Special offers will be advertised throughout the season including the Young Saints scheme. Please check the news on the website for details. Pre-season admission prices for the 2019/2020 season are available here.

DO I NEED TO BUY TICKETS IN ADVANCE?

You can pay on the day (cash only). However, you can purchase tickets more cheaply from our online ticketing site. We accept all major credit and debit cards.

DO I NEED TO ENTER THE GROUND FROM A CERTAIN GATE? IS THERE SEGREGATION FOR HOME & AWAY FANS?

Most league games are not segregated although certain cup games will be. If a game requires segregation details will be available well in advance on this website. For league games entry to the ground for all fans is via the York Road and Clarence Road turnstiles.

WHAT ABOUT REFRESHMENTS?

There is a burger van situated in the round which offers hot food, tea and coffee etc. For most league games, we also have a pitchside beer stall run by volunteers that sells local ales. There is also The Saints Bar situated behind the main stand. More details can be found here.

LOOKS LIKE RAIN – CAN I STAY DRY?

Yes! There are two covered areas of the ground. The main stand and covered terrace.

Visiting Clarence Park - stadium planThe plan makes reference to allocated areas for home and away supporters. Please note that this only applies to games where segregation applies (most league and cup games are not segregated)

Local pubs and bars