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Fixture News


11 February 2023

Fixture News


11 February 2023

The Bantams are back south this afternoon, as Mark Hughes’ men travel to high-flying Stevenage in Sky Bet League Two.

We have created an Away Day Guide, packed with useful information ahead of today’s encounter in Hertfordshire.


Lamex Stadium

Broadhall Way




Supporters will be able to PAY ON THE DAY this afternoon, with a £2 price increase on matchday. 

Over 700 Bantams are set to descend on the Lamex Stadium, with tickets available to purchase - and collect, should you have bought but not already picked up from the Valley Parade Ticket Office - from the away ticket office at Stevenage. 

MATCHDAY admission prices are as follows: 

Adult: £24

Concession*: £22

Under-18: £16

Under-12: £10

Read full details by CLICKING HERE


A minute's silence will be observed ahead of kick-off this afternoon, and players will wear black armbands, as a mark of respect for the ongoing crisis in Turkey and Syria. 

A devastating earthquake hit both countries this week, with over 20,000 people reported to have lost their lives, and thousands more injured.

Through their official charity partnership with the British Red Cross, the EFL is supporting the Disasters Emergency Committee (DEC) Appeal to help those impacted by the devastating earthquake.

To read full details, and make a donation to the appeal, please CLICK HERE


The Lamex Stadium, previously known as Broadhall Way, has been home to Boro since the early 1960s.

After winning the conference in 1995/96, Stevenage were infamously denied entry to the Football League, due to insufficient capacity and poor facilities, which prompted much redevelopment.

The Main Stand and the South Stand are all-seater structures, while the new North Stand, which opened in December 2019, adds to the modern feel to the ground.

Travelling Bantams will be housed in the South Stand this afternoon.


There is free parking at the stadium but there are only 500 spaces so room will fill up quickly. Stevenage advises supporters to not park at the nearby Roaring Meg Retail Park, as you are only allowed to park there for 90 minutes.

The Fairlands Valley Car Park is available to all supporters which is just north of the ground and directions are signposted for the car park from Junction 7 on and A1.

Please be advised that the car park has only one entrance/exit, so this can lead to a bit of a delay after the game has finished.

Otherwise, there is street parking which can be found in the local area.


To drink: 

There is a Club House bar at the ground, behind the South Stand, which is open to away fans, though home supporters are known to drink here also. 

There are not many other pubs near to Broadhall Way. ‘Our Mutual Friend’ pub is a real ale pub situated 15 minutes away from the ground and offers seven beers on a hand pump.

Within Stevenage town centre, there are a range of drinking outlets, including a Wetherspoons, which is only a 15-20 minute walk from the Lamex Stadium.

To eat:

The away concourse offers an extensive matchday menu for supporters, which includes traditional food items such as pies and burgers, as well as beef pasties and chicken burgers.

Across the roundabout from the stadium, the Roaring Meg Retail Park has various eating outlets, such as Pizza Hut, McDonald's, Burger King, plus a Harvester restaurant and bar.

Please be advised that the Lamex Stadium operates as a cashless ground.


By Car:

Exit the A1 at Junction 7 and take the A602 towards Stevenage.

Go straight across the first roundabout, and as you approach the second, you will see the floodlights of the ground on your right.

However, if you go straight across the roundabout, you will see the entrance to the Fairlands Valley Car Park on your left.

By Train:

Stevenage Railway Station is roughly one mile away from the Lamex Stadium.

When leaving the station, turn left towards the town centre. Take the stairs on the right before the bridge over the dual carriageway, and head along the A602.

At the roundabout, which has a police station on the right, take the second exit. Then, at the next roundabout, take the third exit, and after passing the Retail Park, you will see the Lamex Stadium.

Alternatively, there is a shuttle bus service on matchdays which runs on a loop covering the bus station, train station, and the Lamex Stadium. This costs £1.50 for a return ticket, and the last bus departs the ground at 6.30pm after full-time.

By Bus:

You can also get the No.5 Arriva bus from Stevenage Town Centre to the ground, from Stop E at Stevenage Bus Station. The 10-minute journey costs £1.50, or £2.30 for a return ticket.


The weather is set to be cloudy with highs of 10°C in Hertfordshire. The chance of rain is also at 10%.

Details, help and information for disabled supporters can be found HERE

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