Everything you need to know about the home of The Robins.
The County Ground
32,000 v Arsenal, FA Cup 3rd Rd, 15 January 1972
£149,371 v Bolton Wanderers
Coca-Cola Cup semi-final 1st leg, 12 February 1995
Directions To The County Ground:
Travelling from the East and West:
Leave the M4 at Junction 15. Take the Commonhead Roundabout. Turn left onto the A4259 Marlborough Road. Take the 2nd exit at the roundabout onto Queens Drive. At the next set of roundabouts take the 3rd exit onto County Road. The entrance to the ground is on the first right.
Travelling from the Midlands:
Take the M40 to Junction 9. Then take the A43, A34 and then the A420 into Swindon. At Drakes' Roundabout turn onto Queen's Drive. At the next set of roundabouts take the 3rd exit onto County Road, the entrance to the stadium is the first right.
Travelling by train:
From the front of the station turn left onto Station Road. Facing the White House pub, head right onto Corporation Street. At the traffic lights turn left onto Manchester Road. At the end of Manchester Road turn right onto County Road. The entrance to the stadium is the second left. This walk should take approximately 10 minutes.
There are limited spaces available at The County Ground, but there are several Town centre car park situated 1/2 miles from the stadium. There is nearby street parking and several match day car parks.
Parking for home fans is also available at Drove Primary School for £5, while away fans can park at St Joseph's School for £5.
Facilities For The Disabled:
Our friendly stewards are always available to assist on match-days.
Wheelchair: 50 6
Blind / partially sighted: 2 2
Ambulant disabled: 50 6
Deaf: 2 2
Arkells Stand -Home -ramped access/egress
Don Rogers Stand - Home - ramped access/egress
Town End - Home and away- ramped/egress