National League South Sat 16 March Hardenhuish Park
  • Amadi-Holloway (22')
  • McClure (49')
  • Williams (61')
  • Pearce (74')

The Rebels will look to bounce back from their two home defeats as they head back on the road to Hardenhuish Park to take on Chippenham Town.

The Ground

Hardenhuish Park opened in 1919 and has a capacity of 3,000 with 300 of those seated.

On one side of the ground is the Main Stand. This small covered seated stand runs for around a third of the length of the pitch, straddling the halfway line. It contains four rows of seating and above is a glassed area which houses the club bar. The Main Stand has been extended recently with the addition of a small prefabricated covered seated area to each side. Towards the open end of the ground, there are a few portacabins, two of which have been stacked on top of one another. On the other side of the Main Stand, there is a small part of open terrace.

Opposite is a small covered standing area that runs down the complete length of the pitch. The small team dugouts are located on this side, while the tunnel is located on the opposite side at the Main Stand.

At the Bristol Road End is a small prefabricated covered terrace which is only a few steps high. At the opposite end is a small open concrete terrace which comprises of three steps and is set back a little from the playing action. The ground has a set of eight floodlight pylons, four of which run down each side.



Tickets are only available to purchase at the turnstiles. There is no way to purchase tickets in advance.

  • Adults: £15
  • Senior Citizens*£11
  • Junior (16-18): £5
  • Child (5-15)**: £3

*Also, Students with a student card and serving Armed Forces personnel with an ID card.

**U16’s FREE when accompanied by a paying adult.


Travel & Parking

Address: Hardenhuish Park, Bristol Rd, Chippenham SN14 6LR

By Road: Leave the M4 at Junction 17 and take the A350 towards Chippenham. After around two and a half miles you will reach a roundabout (where there is a services area on one side). Take the first exit at the roundabout onto the B4158 towards the town centre. At the next set of traffic lights turn right onto Hardenhuish Lane. At the bottom of Hardenhuish Lane, you will reach a double mini roundabout, where at the first roundabout you take the first exit onto Bristol Road (signposted Town Centre). After a quarter of a mile, you will reach a small car park on your left (look out for the blue Chippenham Town FC welcome sign). Just after the car park, there is the entrance road to the Sports and Football Club.

There is no car parking available at the Club itself. There is the small car park which is mentioned above, that is free, otherwise street parking.

By Rail: Chippenham Railway Station is located around three-quarters of a mile away from Hardenhuish Park and takes about 15 minutes to walk. The station is served by trains from London Paddington, Bristol Temple Meads, Southampton and Cheltenham Spa. Exit the platform using the tall uncovered steps at the far end of the station. Turn right at the top, cross the lines and as you go down the steps leaving the station, you need to walk straight ahead into Union Road. At the end of this road turn left into New Road, and with the railway bridge on your left, cross New Road at the traffic lights. Once you’ve crossed the road you go straight on (the A 420 signposted Bristol East.). Keep straight on this road for around half a mile and shortly after it becomes Bristol Road, you will reach the ground entrance road on your right (look out for a small car park and Chippenham Sports/Football Club welcome signs at the entrance).


Ground Facilities & Away Pubs

There is a clubhouse inside the ground called the Blues Bar. It is located above the Main Stand and enjoys good views over Hardenhuish Park. Unless fans are segregated then the bar is open to all visitors and is also open at half-time.

Otherwise, there doesn’t seem to be any pubs located near to the ground. Chippenham Town Centre is around a 15-20 minute walk away where there are plenty of pubs to be found. Probably the closest is the Brunel pub on New Road. Near to the railway station, there is the CAMRA Good Beer Guide listed Old Road Tavern on Old Road. Located in the Borough Parade Shopping Centre is a Wetherspoons outlet called the Bridge House.


More Information

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