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Broadfield Stadium
Winfield Way
West Sussex
RH11 9RX


By car
The Broadfield Stadium is easily accessible by car via the A23. Simply turn off at Pease Pottage junction 11 and follow the signs to Crawley. On the approach to the town centre look out for the brown stadium signs and you will get to a roundabout with a big red and white football on it. At this roundabout turn left and the stadium car park will be on your left.

Free at the stadium. Available on a first come, first served basis.

By bus
Buses from Crawley Rail Station: cross the road outside the station to Crawley Bus Station. Go to Stop A and catch Fastway 10 to the stadium.

From Three Bridges Rail Station: follow signs to stop C near the station and catch Fastway 20 to the stadium.

From Gatwick Airport: from either terminal follow the ‘Local public buses Metrobus’ signs. Catch either Fastway 10 or Fastway 20 southbound in the direction of Broadfield/Bewbush to the stadium.

For further details and bus timetables visit MetroBus.

By train
The closest train station to the Broadfield Stadium is Crawley. Currently, there are no direct trains to Crawley from Brighton. If you wish to travel by train you must first take the train from Brighton to Three Bridges and then go from Three Bridges to Crawley. Alternatively, you can take a bus directly from Three Bridges station.

Crawley train station is approximately a 25-minute walk (1.2 miles) away from the Broadfield Stadium.

Google Maps walking directions can be found here.

Note: You can add the bus travel to your rail ticket for less than the price of paying on the bus. Just ask to add Plusbus when buying your rail ticket to Crawley, Three Bridges or Gatwick.

Additional information

Ticketing information can be found here.

Social media
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Ground layout

Disabled supporters information 
Any supporters with disabilities or access requirements who are looking to attend Women’s Super League matches at the Broadfield Stadium are advised to take note of the following access information. Visit Crawley Town FC’s access guide or Crawley Town have also put together a short walkthrough guide.  

Any more specific enquiries regarding access should be directed to Crawley Town FC or should be made when booking tickets with Brighton & Hove Albion, where the club will try to assist you. At this time, audio descriptive commentary is currently not available but the club will look for reasonable adjustments until they have confirmed plans in place.

Inside the stadium there are two catering kiosks selling snacks, including burgers and hot dogs along with hot and cold drinks.

The first is located directly in front of you when you walk through the turnstiles in the south east corner of the stadium. The second is located in the south west corner of the stadium. For designated matches, Redz Bar, located on the back of the south stand opposite the 3G pitch, will be open from 12pm and will sell a range of alcoholic and soft drinks.

A small club shop is located inside the stadium where you will be able to purchase a selected range of Albion merchandise, including shirts, hats, caps and scarves. Programmes cost £2 are available from sellers around the stadium.

Supporters are seated in the West Stand of the stadium. The stand has a capacity of 1,150 seats. Other areas of the stadium will be opened should the demand arise. Seating is unreserved.

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