National League South Sat 4 March Arbour Park
Slough Town
  • Jackman (65')
  • Beresford (45+1')

Arbour Park still has that ‘shiny new’ look, having been opened in late 2016. Normally most new builds nowadays are fairly boring affairs, but Arbour Park is a little different, mainly down to the smart-looking Main Stand on one side of the pitch. From the outside, this stand that runs around half the length of the pitch and sits astride the halfway line is particularly eye-catching with a central column flanked by two semi-circular metal facades. The curves continue over the roof, extending over the 250 seats below. This seating area is comprised of eight rows. With no supporting pillars to contend with and with the rake of the stand being quite steep, then supporters can enjoy fine views of the playing action. Even the team dugouts are located on each side of the stand rather than the normal in front position. Behind the seated area, there is a tall glass frontage, which further enhances the overall look.

Opposite the Main Stand is the East Stand. This small covered all seated stand is four rows high and runs for around a third of the length of the pitch, on the halfway line. It has a small curved roof. Both ends have small covered terraces that more or less extend the full width of the pitch. They are prefabricated in nature meaning that the terrace steps and retaining back wall are made of metal. The North End is the home end of the ground and is overlooked from behind by a large office block. Arbour Park is completed with a set of eight floodlights, four of which run down each side of the ground. There is also a small electronic scoreboard in this corner of the stadium.


Discounted tickets are available to purchase online up to one hour before kickoff, after which our normal matchday admission prices apply.
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  • Adults – £13
  • Concession (65+) – £7
  • Students – £3
  • U16s – £1


Address: Arbour Park, Stoke Rd, Slough, SL2 5AY.

By Road: Leave the M4 at Junction 6 and then head towards Slough on the A355, go straight over the roundabout until you reach a main set of lights. (A4) then turn right and head East towards Slough Town Centre on the A4 for approx. two miles. At the main set of lights turn left onto B416 signposted for slough cemetery & crematorium then follow this road you will go through several sets of lights and Arbour Park will be on your right.

By Rail: Slough Railway Station is located around 3/4’s of a mile away from Arbour Park. The station is served by trains from London Paddington. To walk to Arbour Park from the station should take around 15 minutes. Turn right out of the main station entrance and walk up to the main road, passing Slough Bus Station on your left, (where you can if you wish, catch a Redline Number WP1 bus from Bay 13 with the destination of Wexham Park Hospital to Stoke Road at Calf Lane for the ground). At the top of the road then turn right along the main Stoke Road (signposted Gerrards Cross B416). Keep on straight along Stoke Road and you will eventually reach Arbour Park on your right.

Ground Facilities & Away Pubs

There is a bar in the Main Stand that away supporters can use if the match is not segregated. This bar serves real ale from the Rebellion Brewery and fans are able to enjoy the outside elevated veranda, that overlooks Arbour Park.  The nearest pub is the Lemon Tree on Shaggy Calf Lane, around a 5-10 minute walk away from Arbour Park. Otherwise, Slough Town Centre is around a 15-20 minute walk away, where there are plenty of pubs to be found, including a Wetherspoons outlet located on the High Street called the Moon & Spoon.

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Enjoy your visit!