STMI Ground Guide – Vanarama Conference Premier, North & South Stadiums

The Vanarama Conference Premier  Conference North and South ground guide is a must if you have been drawn at Wrexham FC , Barnet FC,  Bristol Rovers,  Chester FC, FC Halifax, the Mighty Imps or any other ‘biggie in the FA Trophy.  And there are some stadiums in our green and pleasant non-league land I can tell you. Beauty is in the eye of the beholder they say, then again you can have beer and will always find good cheer. Off to a game today then check the ground out

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This is the page for you, the loyalist fans in football to bookmark. The away fans ground guide is a life saving bible when its time to put the tea cosy on the hip flask or Satnav / tablet.  Its a tough winter for die-hard away fans planning to travel to a game at the weekend, or a freezing Tuesday. But help is at hand is at hand for the hardy, should that be foolhardy having done about 60 league grounds myself plus never quite too many non-league ones as well.  Fear not there will be no more ‘well you should have bought your own flask you silly man – where do think this is the Ritz of London’.  Indeed a customer service and kindness to fellow man double award is still due there, although as a Gentleman who plays life with a straight bat you don’t look back in anger.

Fear not together with places of interest  each ground guide is full of facts about the stadium, disabled facilities and the transport links and details for Mr & Mrs SATNAV to ensure that you get there with time to spare to take in the views and the ambience. The following guide in association with Duncan Evans includes ticket prices, where to eat & drink, pictures and ground layout plus reviews from away supporters.  There is even a little bit about the club’s fanzines, programme, traditional rivalries and crowd stats to give you an idea of how loud you will need to shout to be heard.

 

Again a massive thanks to Duncan Evans, his football ground guide thoroughly deserves the views.

Football Bingo - The supporters game
£2 will be donated to your chosen club each and every time.
Go on make football Bingo part of your Saturday experience.
Conference Premier

AFC Telford United

Aldershot Town

Alfreton Town

Altrincham

Barnet

Braintree Town

Bristol Rovers

Chester

Dartford

Dover Athletic

Eastleigh

Forest Green Rovers

Gateshead

Grimsby Town

Halifax Town

Kidderminster Harriers

Lincoln City

Macclesfield Town

Nuneaton Town

Southport

Torquay United

Welling United

Woking

Wrexham

 

Conference North

Again a massive thanks to Duncan Evans, his football ground guide thoroughly deserves the views.

Football Bingo - The supporters game
£2 will be donated to your chosen club each and every time.
Go on make football Bingo part of your Saturday experience.

AFC Fylde

Barrow AFC

Boston United

Brackley Town

Bradford Park Avenue

Chorley

Colwyn Bay

Gainsborough Trinity

Gloucester City (ground sharing with Cheltenham Town)

Guiseley

Harrogate Town

Hednesford Town

Hyde

Leamington

Lowestoft Town

North Ferriby United

Oxford City

Solihull Moors

Stalybridge Celtic

Stockport County

Tamworth


Worcester City (ground sharing with Kidderminster Harriers)

 

Conference South

Again a massive thanks to Duncan Evans, his football ground guide thoroughly deserves the views.

Football Bingo - The supporters game
£2 will be donated to your chosen club each and every time.
Go on make football Bingo part of your Saturday experience.

Basingstoke Town

Bath City

Bishop’s Stortford

Boreham Wood

Bromley

Chelmsford City

Concord Rangers

Eastbourne Borough

Ebbsfleet United

Farnborough

Gosport Borough

Havant and Waterlooville

Hayes & Yeading (ground sharing with Maidenhead United)

Hemel Hempstead Town

Maidenhead United

St Albans City

Staines Town

Sutton United

Wealdstone

Weston-Super-Mare

Whitehawk

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Posted on August 30, 2014, in Non-League Zone, Rivalries, Uncategorized, Vanarama Premier News, Writers - Neil Gentleman-Hobbs and tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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