St Albans City Women v King’s Lynn Town | Sunday 29th October | Eastern Region Alliance Premier | Clarence Park Stadium | Kick off 2.00 pm
The York Road turnstiles will be open from 12.00 pm. The Clarence Park turnstiles will be open from 1.00 pm to 2.15 pm. Card payments only are accepted at the turnstiles (no cash please).
The clubhouse and pitchside bars serve a range of craft beers, ales, lagers, cider, and wine. Food concessions within the stadium serve a range of hot food, including vegan options, and soft drinks.
The Hatfield Road FanZone also hosts our new partner, Chicken George , with their mouthwatering chicken strips, juicy burgers, delicious wings, the best sauces in the game, sides that’ll blow your mind….! Don’t just take our word for it – head to the FanZone and see why they are the number one choice for chicken. Chicken for the people. ✌🏼
A tea bar also has hot and cold drinks and snacks (all proceeds go towards the running of the Academy).
We offer a complimentary carer ticket for supporters with a disability who require additional support when attending Clarence Park. A carer ticket is issued on the understanding that it is only used with the disabled supporter ticket and on the basis of undertaking the related carer duties required within Clarence Park on match day. Please email [email protected] at least 3 hours before the scheduled kick-off time to request a carers ticket (please include details of the ticket purchased for the disabled supporter).
We have over 500 seats available in the Main (West) Stand. You may choose to take a seat during a match at no extra cost. Please be aware that seats for Blocks A and C are reserved for the press and officials. Block B is a designated ‘Community Area’ and so will often be used by younger families linked to nominated youth teams for each match.
Please speak to a steward if you have mobility issues and need any assistance with seating.
A large car park is available at St Albans City Station and costs are modest for evening or Saturday parking. All supporters are asked to respect our neighbours, and park with consideration.