Stevenage FC - The Lamex Stadium

The Lamex Stadium Guide

Stadium Info

The Lamex Stadium has 2 impressive looking all seater stands to the South and West of the stadium. The other two are all standing and the East terrace is particualrly steep and very well sized for this level of the game. All stands are covered and offer unobstructed views (which is rare in the lower leagues) and the facilities inside are very good.

Away Fans

Visiting supporters are situated in the all seated South stand behind one of the goals and from here you'll enjoy a fantastic unobscured view of the playing surface. The leg room, facilities and refreshments afforded inside are very good as you'd expect from a relatively new ground. The low roof also allow for a good atmosphere to be generated.

Stadium Layout

The Lamex Stadium seating plan:

The Lamex Stadium seating plan

Where To Drink

There is a lovely Club House at the ground which welcomes in both home and away fans. This is the best bet mainly as there's very little else in the viable local vacinity to walk to. Inside the club bar you'll find a selection of hot and cold food and drink along with a big screen tv. Back up the road from the stadium is a Business Park that has a few food outlets such as McDonalds and Pizza Hut if you fancy getting something more substantial before or after the game.


Parking is available at the stadium if you arrive early enough and it's free of charge. There isn't a huge amount of street parking but you shouldn't need to look for anywhere else to park as the official car park seems to run smoothly on the way in and also on the way out after the final whistle.

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By Train

The nearest / closest train station to Stevenage's Lamex Stadium is Stevenage rail. The ground is approximately one mile away and around a 20 minute walk. From Stevenage station, you have the option of getting into one of the taxi's at the rank outside or embarking on the 35 minute walk. An additional option is to get one of the many buses that run the route.

The Games To See

Rivals - Woking, Kettering, Barnet

Fans Reviews

  • David Kirk wrote:

    Travel: Drove from Burgess Hill to the ground. Easy to find and well sign posted.

    Refreshments: I had something to eat and drink at the ground in the social club. Everything was very reasonably priced.

    Impressions: From outside you cant see much of the Stadium because of the trees, but inside the stadium is clean and tidy and in all its a nice little ground. Everybody is so friendly from the stewards to the fans.

    Facilities: Facilities were ok. The social club is well worth a visit with drinks and food reasonably priced. My only gripe was that I ordered a chip butty which was very quickly delivered, but I was told sauces were on the shelf. The sauces and stuff were actually a pepper pot and a bowl with some sort of pickle in it. The toilets were reasonable but there was no hand wash facility, just a antibacterial spray As for the seating, i'm 6ft and sat comfortably for the whole game.

    Exit: The Stadium was easy to access and exit, as was the car park opposite the ground. There were a lot of cars in there but nobody got impatient and exiting ran smoothly.

    Enjoy: I had a great day and would definitely recommend to anyone wanting to see their team play away at Stevenage, to pay them a visit. A really friendly club

  • Travel: Travelled to game by supporters coach. Car park is opposite the stadium.

    Impressions: Tidy all covered stadium, good for lower league status. Atmosphere was reasonably good.

    Facilities: Decent club bar next to the away end, which serves food and drink at fair prices.Inside the ground the away seating is reasonably good, toilets require some modernisation.

    Refreshments: Hot dog was purchased from within the ground, the choice of food was good!

    Exit: The exit from the stadium was a little slow due to the volume of visiting fans, yet once outside it was possible to leave the area within a reasonable amount of time.

    Enjoy: Enjoyable night out and being a short trip,it wasn't a lengthy journey home. It is well worth a trip, and recommended is the club bar next to the away end of the ground.

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Ground Name: The Lamex Stadium
Capacity: 7,100 (Seating 3,412)
Address: Broadhall Way, Stevenage, Herts, SG2 8RH
Main Tel No.: 01438 223 223
Team Nickname: Boro
Year Ground Opened: 1980


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