Hungerford initially played at Hungerford Marsh, before moving to Bulpit Lane after the First World War. The ground has seen some improvements recently with the installation of a covered seated stand at the North end, behind the goal. This was acquired from Newbury FC and contains 210 seats in seven rows. It runs for around a third of the length of the pitch and there are slightly raised steps on either side.
There are also several small stands and a number of uncovered standing areas completing the rest of the ground, which is quite small and situated next to the town’s cricket pitch. Hungerford’s record attendance of 1,363 came v Leamington in the Southern Premier League Play Off Final, on 2nd May 2016.
- ADULTS (18-64) – £15
- SENIOR (65+) – £10
- CONCESSION – £10 – (CONCESSION – REG DISABLED/ARMED FORCES/EMERGENCY SERVICES/STUDENT) VALID ID REQUIRED)
- CHILDREN (11 – 17) – £5
- CHILDREN 10 AND UNDER – FREE BUT MUST BE ACCOMPANIED BY A PAYING ADULT.
- CARER (ACCOMPANYING A DISABLED SPECTATOR) – FREE
Tickets to be purchased on the gate on match days. You can find more information on https://www.hungerfordtown.
Address: Bulpit Lane, Hungerford RG17 0AY.
Leave the M4 at junction 14 and take the A338 towards Hungerford.
On entering Hungerford you will find a roundabout where you take the second exit towards the Town Centre and Marlborough (A4). At the next roundabout take the first exit continuing towards Marlborough and then at the next roundabout take the first exit towards Town Centre/Salisbury (A338). Continue straight on passing through the town centre and after about one mile turn left at the mini roundabout onto Priory Road (signposted Town Football Club). Then take the third left into Bulpit Lane. After going straight ahead at the crossroads you will reach the ground entrance on your left (by the children’s playground).
There is little parking space at the ground itself, but there is plenty of on street parking available in the local area.
Hungerford Railway Station is located around three quarters of a mile from Bulpit Lane or around a 15 minute walk. It is served by trains from London Paddington, which operates an hourly service on Saturday afternoons. On leaving the train station walk up to the Railway Tavern pub. Turn left at the pub and at the top of the hill turn right then first left into Fairview Road. Continue up past Hungerford Primary School and the One Stop shop on your left, then take the second left into Bulpit Lane. The entrance to the ground is a short way down on the left.
Ground Facilities & Away Pubs
There is a clubhouse inside the ground which welcomes visiting supporters.
Match day ticket includes entrance to the Clubhouse but on a Saturday afternoon this would apply up to 18:30hrs, after which time non-members would need to be signed in by a club member and entry charge may apply.
The nearest pub to the ground is the Borough Arms on the High Street, which is about a ten minute walk away. More or less opposite is a handy fish and chip shop. There are plenty of other pubs and eating establishments dotted further along the High Street. If arriving by train then just outside the station is a Fullers pub called the Railway Tavern. If you have time, then at the end of the High Street over the river bridge and up on the right is the John O’Gaunt pub, which is listed in the CAMRA Good Beer Guide.
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Enjoy your visit!