National League South Sat 3 February Parkside
  • Willard (41')
  • Pearce (68', 90+2')

Parkside has been Aveley’s home since the start of the 2017/18 season after selling their old Mill Field ground to developers. The ground has a capacity of 3,500 with 424 of those seated.

The ground itself is entered by turnstiles at either end of the main stand. Dealing with this structure first, it doubles as a seating area (pitchside) with a standing area behind it, with the clubhouse/bar, changing rooms and admin area inside. Seats are provided for about 150 fans.

The far side of the pitch is home to another stand which straddles the halfway line and has, probably the same amount of seating. Behind each goal stand two ‘bus shelter’ style metal stands (4 in total).



Tickets are available to buy in advance via the link below. Alternatively, you can purchase tickets on the day via cash or card.

  • Adult – £15 (+ processing fee) – £16.00
  • Seniors – £10 (+ processing fee) – £10.75
  • Under 16 – £5 (+ processing fee) – £5.50

You can purchase your tickets online here –


Travel & Parking

Address: Parkside, Park Lane, Aveley, Essex, RM15 4PX

Seats are still available on the Worthing FC Supporters’ Association coach to Aveley this weekend. Secure your travel for just £24 here –

By Road: Anti-Clockwise on M25:
– Merge onto M25
– Use the left 2 lanes to take the M25 N exit
– Merge onto M25
– Take the A2(E) exit toward Dartford/A225/Canterbury/M2

There is a large car park at the ground.

By Rail:
C2C stations Ockendon and Rainham are the closest and most accessible to get to Parkside. Available to access from both Fenchurch Street/Liverpool Street and Southend Central.

Ockendon Station: The station is around 2.9miles away from Parkside, however, on Saturdays the Number 22 Bus runs from Elan Road to Hanford Road and the ground is a 3 minute walk from the Hanford Road bus stop.

Rainham Station: The station is around 4 miles away, and on matchdays there are 3 TFL 372 Buses an hour that take around 15 minutes to get to St Pauls Close and into Aveley, followed by a ten minute walk either through the Village centre or down the Aveley Bypass.


Ground Facilities and Away Pubs

Hot food can be purchased from a hatch near the main turnstiles, with the usual burgers, hot dogs, bacon rolls etc on sale. The clubhouse/bar area is located in the main stand which is where supporters can enjoy alcoholic drinks and bar snacks.

The Old Ship Inn pub is the closest pub to Parkside, being just a ten-minute walk from the ground. It has four rooms of which three are served by the bar area. In addition to this, there is a games/function room upstairs with two pool tables, one of which converts to a ping pong table. There is a small patio garden at the back and also a small car park.


More Information

For more information, visit Aveley’s club website –