Heading to Didcot Town on Saturday? Check out our Away Guide below:
Loop Meadow Stadium,
Official Club Travel:
Please note that there is no Official Club Travel for this fixture.
Travelling by Car:
Take the A34 to the A4130 exit. Carry on the A4130, until you reach the 4th roundabout. At this roundabout, take the 2nd exit onto Avon Way. Carry on Avon Way until you get to the 1st roundabout, in which you continue straight onto Bowmont Water. From here, take the first left, and continue along the road until you reach the ground.
Parking: There is ample parking at the football ground, and at the nearby leisure centre (which you will pass as you head up to the ground).
Travelling by Train:
The nearest station to the Loop Meadow Stadium is Didcot Parkway. As you exit the station, turn left and head along Station Road. Carry along the road until you reach the traffic lights. At the traffic lights, turn left along Cow Lane and follow the road under the underpass. Immediately after the underpass, turn left and follow the path alongside the railway line. Carry on this path until you reach the road. At the road, turn right and you will see the ground ahead of you.
To view trains from Eastleigh to Didcot Parkway on Saturday, CLICK HERE.
Pub’s for Away Fans:
Ladygrove Pub – 8 minute walk from the ground.
Prince of Wales – 12 minute walk from the ground.
Queens Arms – 17 minute walk from the ground.
You can view the locations of these pubs, below.
Children U16 (with paying adult): Free
Children U16 (unaccompanied): £1
Disabled Access Info:
Access into the stadium for disabled supporters is located by the large gates next to the main turnstiles. Like many small non-league clubs, Didcot Town’s stadium is all on one level. The stadium includes ground-level standing terraces, which are disabled friendly. The ground also includes a low-level seated stand, which situates the dug outs. As far as we’re away, the steps are narrow and are therefore not very friendly for disabled supporters. However, at the bottom of this stand is a flat, concrete area, and the club say that this is where most disabled watch the game from. As for toilets, we have been made aware that they are at ground-level, and therefore suitable for disabled supporters. Unfortunately, we are unable to confirm whether there are disabled toilets inside the stadium.
This fixture will NOT be segregated.