Woking v Grimsby Town - Tuesday 19th April, kick-off 7.45pm.
Segregation will be in place for this game at this game, with Town supporters being housed on the Chris Lane open terrace. Some seating is also available in the Gosden stand.
Town supporters are requested to use the turnstiles down by the snooker club to the left of the main entrance.
Kingfield's main stand or actually stands, as it is split into two, have been around for some 50 years and occupy half of one touchline. Open terracing is to be found either side. To the left is the home end or Kingfield Terrace. Opposite is the uncovered Chris Lane terrace which is allocated to away fans. Woking’s pride and joy can be seen to the right. The Leslie Gosden stand was built in 1995 and towers over the rest of the ground. It offers a superb view of proceedings although you will be open to the elements if you sit at the very far ends.
Ticket Prices. ( Pay on the night)
Adult - £18
Juniors (u16s) - £5
Concessions * - £13
* Those aged over 65 or students carrying a valid student card.
How to get there.
The ground is situated on the A247, opposite the entrance to Woking Park/Leisure Centre, midway between the town centre and Old Woking.
From the north: Leave the M25 at junction 11 (Chertsey). Turn right at the roundabout at the end of the slip road. At the next roundabout, bear left onto the A320 and head towards Woking. Continue along this road, passing McLaren on your right. At the next roundabout (six crossroads), take the 3rd exit (A320) towards Woking town centre. Continue through the town centre, passing Debenhams and Toys R Us on your left. Pass under the railway bridge and follow the A320 (Guildford) through the one-way section with the Police Station on your left. Follow the A320 out of the town and towards Old Woking. At the next roundabout (Turnoak) bear left onto the A247(signposted Dorking) and the club is approximately a ¼ mile along on the right hand side.
From the south: Exit the M25 at junction 10 (Wisley) and join the A3 (to Guildford/Portsmouth). Exit at the next junction (Ripley), turn right at the end of the slip road through Ripley and follow the directions to Send (A247). Continue through Send towards Woking and Old Woking. At the mini roundabout (Old Woking), turn left. Continue along this road through Old Woking to the next mini roundabout (Sainsbury’s), take the 2nd exit. The football club is a little way along on the left, opposite Woking Leisure Centre entrance.
If you are travelling by train, there are frequent fast services from Waterloo to Woking, with a journey time of about 30 minutes. The ground is about 15 minutes walk from the railway station, which is in the town centre. There are taxi ranks on both sides of the station at the exits. It is a short journey to the ground costing around £5.
There is no parking available as such at the ground. Therefore, it is either street parking (if you arrive early enough there are spaces on Westfield Avenue) or at the Woking Leisure Centre which is opposite the entrance to the ground and is free to park in for up to 4 hours. Otherwise a 15 minute walk way from the ground (and well sign posted) around the town centre is the Heathside multi storey car park, which on Saturday's costs £4.40 for four hours (a walking route is signposted from the car park to the ground).
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