Capacity: 4,803 (Seats 1,881)
Address: Nympsfield Road, Nailsworth, GL6 0ET
Telephone: 01453 834 860
Pitch Size: 110 x 70 yards
Club Nickname: The Rovers
Year Ground Opened: 2006
Home Kit: Green and Black Hoops
We have received our full allocation of 991 tickets for our final fixture and we have just over 100 tickets remaining. Please not that NO tickets will be available on the day from The New Lawn. Tickets will be on sale from the Blundell Park ticket office until 3pm on Friday only.
Town fans will be housed in the West Terrace and should enter the stadium via turnstiles 9 and 10.
Where to Eat & Drink
The club though have set up a small marquee bar for visiting fans which is located near to the away turnstiles or there is The George pub on New Market Road - around a 15 minute walk from the ground. There's also the Queen Vic in Stroud which welcomes away supporters. The postcode for the Vic is GL5 1QG.
The New Lawn is a Meat Free stadium but supporters can get Veggie Burgers, Q-Pies (filled with Quorn, Chips and Curry Sauce, Chip Butties and Chips.
How to get there
When planning a trip here, don’t try and find Forest Green on your map, look up Nailsworth, south of Stroud in Gloucestershire.
The best way to approach is from the M5 and exit at junction 13 and head for Stroud on the A419. At Stroud turn onto the A46 towards Nailsworth. This will bring you into the centre of the town when you reach the Information Centre take the first right at the mini roundabout into Spring Hill, which goes up a steep hill sign posted Forest Green.
The Lawn is at the top of this hill. Turn left at the roundabout at the 'summit' into the stadium entrance. There is no parking available in the club car park for visiting fans unless you are a blue badge holder who has pre-booked a space. A short distance away down Nympsfield Road is Nailsworth Primary School which offers parking at £5 per car. Otherwise, there is plenty of on-street parking in the area, although please be considerate to local residents.
Park & Ride
The Club operates a Park & Ride scheme from the premises of Renishaw plc, which are located on the main A46 Stroud Road (GL5 5EY). There are 200 spaces for cars and cost of £5 per vehicle. Buses up to the ground commence up to three hours before kick off and return after the match has ended.
There is no railway station in Nailsworth itself. The nearest is in Stroud which is five miles away.
Former Town player and now commercial manager, Dave Smith hails from these parts.
Prince and Princess Michael of Kent live in the nearby village of Bisley. Camilla Parker Bowles, the future King Of England’s wife used to live in Nailsworth, and Authors The Rev W Audrey (Thomas & Friends) and Jilly Cooper plus Tony (Baldrick/Time Team) Robinson and Mike (Tubular Bells) Oldfield all live/lived locally.
The reverse fixture between the two sides saw Town win 1-0 at Blundell Park back in December.
A Mitch Rose goal was the difference that day as the Mariners finished 2017 with a victory, whilst they were also reduced to ten men when received his marching orders..
The two sides have met 14 times over the years and the Mariners have an impressive record, winning nine of those encounters and drawing three, with Forest Green coming out on top on two occasions.
Can anyone forget this?