National League South Sat 23 September Gallagher Stadium
Maidstone Utd
  • Wanjau-Smith (15')
  • Amantchi (32', 55')
  • Graft (89')

The Gallagher Stadium is a very modern one, having been opened in 2012.

On one side is the smart-looking Main Stand. This all-seated stand has a cantilevered roof, meaning that there are no supporting pillars to contend with. It is also raised above pitch level, meaning that spectators have to climb a small set of stairs to enter it.

Oddly the team dugouts are not located in front of the Main Stand but on the other side of the ground. This side has no facilities for spectators as such, just a small flat standing area, behind the perimeter fence.

At the North End is a new covered terrace that was opened in March 2017. This terrace is of a fair size and has a capacity of 1,768. The opposite, the Loucas End, is a small covered terrace which is just seven steps high.



Ticket prices for this pay-on-the-day match are:
Adults: £17.00
Concessions (65+/students with valid ID):£13.00
Youth (11 to 16 year olds): £7.00
Junior (Under 11): Free, must be accompanied by a paying adult
Away tickets are available to buy online –


Address: Gallagher Stadium, James Whatman Way, Maidstone ME14 1LQ

By Road: Leave the M20 at Junction 6 and take the A229 towards Maidstone. Go straight across two roundabouts and on entering Maidstone at the third roundabout (where there is a large white office building on your right-hand side) take the third exit into James Whatman Way. You will now see the stadium right in front of you. At the T-junction turn left and the stadium entrance is further down on the right.

Supporters can park at Invicta House or Sandling Road, these are a five-minute walk away. Other car parks are listed at

By Rail:  There are two railway stations located close to the stadium. Maidstone East which is only a quarter of a mile away and Maidstone Barracks, which is half a mile away. However, most fans are likely to end up at Maidstone East as it is served by trains from London Victoria and Ashford International.

Maidstone East is only about a five-minute walk away from the Gallagher Stadium. As you come out of Maidstone East Station walk up the station approach to the main road. At this road turn left and then go straight across the next two roundabouts and you will find the stadium located in front of you. Turn left at the T-Junction and the main entrance is down on the right.


Ground Facilities & Away Pubs

There are home and away sections for this match. Entrance for away supporters is via Turnstiles 8 and 9 – opposite Angel’s Café on James Whatman Way.
Turnstiles open at 12:30. Away section facilities are limited but include a food and beverage concession. Visiting supporters may wish to visit the town centre, which is a five-to-ten-minute walk away. There are numerous bars, pubs and restaurants along Sandling Road, Week Street and Earl Street.