National League South Tue 7 March The Kuflink Stadium
Ebbsfleet Utd
  • Coulthirst (21')
  • Bingham (27')
  • O'Neill (45')
  • Sterling-James (49')
  • Edser (62')
  • Clifford (85')
  • Own Goal (83')
  • Meekums (12')
  • Barker (80')

The Stonebridge Road ground has seen some new development with the building of a new Main Stand on one side. This new stand which was opened in November 2017, runs the full length of the pitch. It is unusual looking in that the roof is situated quite high above the seating area, with a tall back wall. The Main Stand roof also curves upwards in the middle over the halfway line. It has a capacity of 1,016 seats.

On the opposite side of the ground is an old but classic-looking wooden Main Stand. This single-tiered covered stand is all seated and runs for around half the length of the pitch. This stand has a fair number of supporting pillars running along the front of it, although the seating is raised above pitch level. There is also a tiny terrace in front of this stand.

At one end is a covered stand, known as the Plough End. This is a formerly covered terrace, which has since had 534 seats installed. The opposite end, known as the Swanscombe End, is an open terrace, that is dominated by a huge electricity pylon which sits directly behind it. In 2018 this had a number of new safety crush barriers installed as well as an electric scoreboard at its rear.


Tickets are available to purchase online here:

  • Adult – £15
  • Concession – £12
  • Youth (7-12) – £7
  • U12 (Must be accompanied by an adult) – £1


Address: Kuflink Stadium, Stonebridge Rd, Northfleet, Gravesend, DA11 9GN.

By Road: Leave the M25 at Junction 2 and take the A2 towards Gillingham. Then take the B262 towards Stone/Greenhithe. At the end of the B262 turn right onto the A226 towards Northfleet & Gravesend. Keep on this road until you reach the ground on your left.

By Rail: Northfleet Railway Station is the closest to the ground, which is only a few minutes walk away from Stonebridge Road. Northfleet station is served by trains from London Bridge and Charing Cross. Just come straight out of the station and turn left at the top of the road. The ground can be then seen down on the right.

Ground Facilities & Away Pubs

Inside the ground is a comfortable Fleet Lounge Club Bar which is popular with both home and away fans alike. It normally has a locally produced real ale on sale.

Around a ten-minute walk away heading up Stonebridge Road in the direction of Northfleet will lead you to the Edinburgh Castle pub on the High Street. Close to Northfleet Railway Station in Rose Street, as is the aptly named Rose pub. There are also a number of fast food outlets situated along the High Street.

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Enjoy your visit!