Leave the M4 at Junction 8 and take the A404(M). At the end of the A404(M) take the A4 (Bath Road) towards Maidenhead. On reaching the town centre you will come to a large roundabout. Bear left (the 2nd exit) continuing on the A4. Go straight across the first roundabout and at the second turn right into Forlease Road and then second right into York Road. The entrance to the ground is down on the left.
Parking at the ground is strictly for players and club staff. However, there are a number of parking options available, the closest being across the road from the ground.
Maidenhead Railway Station is located less than half a mile away from the York Road Ground and is only a five minute walk to the Bell Street turnstiles or ten minutes to the main entrance. The station is served by trains from London Paddington, Oxford and Reading.
As you come out of the station entrance turn right and walk up to the main road at the end of the car park. Turn left along this road and cross over to the other side using the nearby pedestrian crossing. Keeping the Bell pub on your right, turn right into Queen Street and then the next right hand turn into York Road. The entrance to the ground is further down on the right.
Google Maps walking directions can be found here.
Ticket prices TBC for the 2019/20 season.
Historic! York Road is officially acknowledged as the oldest continually used football ground in the world, having first seen the game played there in 1871.
The ground boasts a recently constructed covered seating stand runs half the length of the pitch. The Bell Street end of the ground is a covered terrace which is split into two separate sections. There is a further smaller terrace and hard standing around the pitch.
BT Sport is available on the big screen inside Stripes Bar.
There is a fully licensed bar, Stripes Bar, serving a range of alcoholic drinks including real ale and cider.
There is a tea bar inside the ground from which hot and cold drinks and snacks can be purchased.
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