National League South Sat 13 April Clarence Park
St Albans City
  • Weiss (3')
  • Hutchinson (20')
  • Pearce (1')
  • Spong (18', 69')
  • Dolaghan (41')

The in-form Rebels will be searching for a fifth successive win as they make their third away trip in a week when they head to Clarence Park this Saturday. Their hosts are in the hunt for a Play-Off position with 3 games to go. They’re five points off Hampton & Richmond in 7th and six points behind Bath City who they have a game in hand over.


The Ground

The ground is largely open with terracing on three sides of the ground. On one side is the old Main Stand that was originally built in 1922. This small wooden stand has six rows of seating that sit behind a large number of supporting pillars running across the front of the stand. The stand is set well back from the playing area and there are also the bases of two floodlight pylons sitting between the stand and the pitch. There is a slope on the pitch that runs up from the Clarence Park End up to the York Road End and you can see how the Main Stand has been built in sections, each raised a bit higher, to climb up the slope. Part of the Main Stand towards the Clarence Park End has been converted into a Director’s Lounge. Behind the stand, the large brick building which is visible is the Club House.

Opposite the Main Stand is the East Terrace perhaps better known as the Cricket Pitch Side. This largely open terrace does have a small covering in the middle. The low roof does provide excellent protection from the weather.

Both ends are small open terraces. If the crowd is segregated then the Clarence Park Terrace is allocated to away supporters. There is a small Club Shop situated inside the ground, next to the York Road Terrace. A set of four small floodlights, run down each side of the pitch. The playing surface itself has gained a reputation as being one of the best-kept in the country.



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

  • Adult – £16.50
  • Concession – £11.00
  • Next Gen (18-23) – £8.00
  • Youth (12 – 17) – £6.00
  • Child (Under 12) – £0.00

Tickets can be purchased via the following link – TICKETS


Travel & Parking

Address: 1A Clarence Rd, St Albans AL1 4NF

By Road: Close to the M1 (junction 6), A1(M) and M25 (junctions 21A and 22), St Albans is easily accessible to drivers. Parking is available on local streets but please check parking restrictions and respect our neighbours by not blocking driveways. St Albans City station is a 5-minute walk away which has a large car park. St Albans City FC encourage visitors to travel to St Albans by public transport wherever possible to reduce congestion and emissions.

By Rail: St Albans City station is just 20 minutes away from London’s St Pancras International Station on the Thameslink train line. The stadium is just 5-minute walk from the station. St Albans Abbey station links St Albans with Watford Junction via the Abbey Line for National Rail connections to London Euston, the West Midlands and the North. The Abbey station is a 30-minute walk from the stadium.

A further guide on getting to the ground can be found on the St Albans City website HERE.


Ground Facilities & Away Pubs

The clubhouse at the ground is open to all supporters and serves Mad Squirrel’s $umo American Pale Ale, Pulp Fiction (cider), Hopfest Pale Ale (Gluten Free), and Shamrock Nitro (Irish Stout) on tap as well as a variety of wines, bottled drinks, spirits, soft drinks, and bar snacks. The clubhouse also has a selection of coffees and other hot drinks available to purchase. The clubhouse also has multiple TV screens which will often be showing live sport on TNT Sports. The 1908 and Satellites pitchside bars serve a selection of real ale, craft beers, cider, and lager on tap from local brewers, Mad Squirrel. The Parkside and Clarence Park bars serve a wider variety of canned Mad Squirrel brews (£4.50 each or 4 for £16).

Two food outlets serve beef, lamb, chicken, and vegan burgers and wraps, as well as chips, and hot and cold drinks. The Hatfield Road FanZone also hosts Chicken George Jnr. A tea bar serves a selection of hot drinks, soft drinks, cakes, and snacks.

All bars and the clubhouse are cashless – card payments only.

For the early arrivals, there is plenty of choice for nearby pubs with the ground’s close proximity to the town centre. Below are a list of nearby pubs we have found:

The Crown – Hatfield Road, AL1 4JA
The Farmer’s Boy – London Road, AL1 1PQ
The Mermaid – Hatfield Road,. AL1 3RL
The Horn – Victoria Street, AL1 3TE
The Peahen – London Road, AL1 1NG
Ye Olde Fighting Cocks – Abbey Mill Lane, AL3 4HE


More Information

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Enjoy your visit!