National League South Sat 17 February Bob Lucas Stadium
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The Bob Lucas Stadium has been the home ground of Weymouth FC since 1987 and has a capacity of 6,600 with 900 of those seated. It was formerly a greyhound racing and speedway stadium.

There is cover on all four sides of the stadium. On the west side is the Main Grandstand, which is a covered seated stand that runs for around half the length of the pitch and sits astride the halfway line. The seating area of the stand is raised well above the level of the pitch, meaning that you need to climb a small staircase to access it. In front of this stand are the team dugouts.

Both ends are similar-sized covered terraces, whilst on the remaining side of the ground, there is a covered terrace, that runs for around half the length of the pitch.

The rest of the ground mostly comprises of portions of open terrace, to either side of the stands and in the corners, making the ground a good size in terms of capacity. The ground has a set of four tall traditional floodlights.



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

  • Adult – £16.00
  • Concession – £12.00
  • Youth (13-17) – £6.00
  • Junior (7-12) –  £4.00
  • Under 7 – £0.10
  • Carer – £0.10

There is a separate ticket link for home and away supporters. Rebels making the journey are asked to purchase tickets via the following link – TICKETS


Travel & Parking

A limited number of seats remain on the club coach this weekend. You can purchase coach tickets here.

Address: Bob Lucas Stadium, Radipole Lane, Weymouth, DT4 9XJ.

By Road: From Dorchester take the A354 towards Weymouth. On entering Weymouth you will reach the Veasta Roundabout. Take the second exit still on the A354, signposted to Portland/Town Centre. At the next roundabout passing a Morrisons Store on your left take the second exit continuing towards Portland/Town Centre and follow the brown signs for the Wessex Stadium. At the next roundabout take the third exit onto the B3157 Granby Way. After a little while you will be able to see the stadium floodlights in front of you. At the next roundabout take the third exit (signposted Dorset Police HQ) and then immediately left for the car park entrance. There is a cost of £2 per car to park there. However, spaces are limited so make sure you arrive early. Plus after the game, there is normally some congestion leaving the car park as there is only one exit.

By Rail: Weymouth Railway Station is located just under two miles away from the ground. There is an hourly service from London Waterloo (approx. 2hrs 45miins journey) via Southampton and a more infrequent service from Bristol Temple Meads (approx. 2hrs 30mins journey) via Westbury and Yeovil. It will cost around £7 to hire a taxi up to the ground.


Ground Facilities & Away Pubs

There are a couple of bars at the ground itself. Otherwise, there is not much around the ground itself as it is located out of town. The nearest pub is the ‘John Gregory’ which is half a mile away (turn left out of the car park, take the first right-hand turn and then the fourth exit at the Wessex Roundabout). This pub also serves food and there is plenty of parking available in the adjacent shopping centre.

Otherwise, it is a case of journeying into Weymouth itself where there are plenty of pubs to be found including two Wetherspoons outlets, called the William Henry of Frederick Place and ‘The Swan’ on St Thomas Street. There are several pubs around the harbourside including the Globe, Royal Oak, and Rendezvous and they have the advantage of two taxi ranks outside or near The Swan.


More Information

For more information, read the guide on –