MATCHDAY INFORMATION FOR SPECTATORS - WOMEN'S FIRST TEAM
All home fixtures in the 2023/24 season will be played at the War Memorial Athletic Ground, which is located on the A491 High St, approximately 400 yards off Stourbridge Ring Road, to the north of the Town Centre.
Directions to the ground by road, rail and bus can be found at the following link:
Matchday parking is available inside the Archway entrance on a first-come, first-served basis.
NB. We recommend that disabled spectators requiring a parking space should contact Callum Terry (email@example.com) 24 hours in advance, particularly if you are not expecting to arrive until shortly before kick-off, to ensure that a space is kept free.
Parking is also available on streets around the ground, including Mill Race Lane (evenings) and Old Wharf Road either side of High Street, between the ground and the Ring Road. The nearest "Pay & Display" Car Park is on Birmingham Road, just off the Ring Road, approximately 5-10 minutes' walk from the ground.
We would respectfully remind spectators to show consideration for our neighbours when parking, and in particular please do not park in Westland Gardens, The Holloway or Stamford St, near to the ground, out of consideration to our neighbours.
ACCESS TO THE GROUND
Access to the War Memorial Athletic Ground for all spectators is via the ‘Archway’ entrance and turnstiles, located on High St, opposite ‘Vets 4 Pets’. Turnstiles usually open at 12.30 pm for afternoon kick-offs, and 6.30 pm for evening kick-offs.
Matches will usually kick-off at 2 pm on Sundays and 7.45 pm on midweek evenings, unless confirmed otherwise in advance.
Please have your tickets ready for scanning at the turnstiles. Please note that no cash will be taken at the turnstiles. Tickets must be purchased online in advance or from the separate ticket office located alongside the turnstiles inside the Archway Entrance.
Both card and cash payment is accepted at the ticket office.
Access from the turnstiles to spectator areas will be via the passageway to the rear of the Glassboys Bar. Access will NOT be allowed via the front of the social club and players’ entrance to the front of the dressing rooms in accordance with FAWNL requirements.
Tickets for all home matches can be booked in advance via the Kaizen Ticketing system at the following link:
General admission prices for League matches are as follows:
12-17 year olds..........................£5
Children aged under 12......£2
(with paying adult)
NB. These prices may be varied for certain cup ties or on designated "special" match days. Such variations will be announced in advance via the website and social media.
A matchday programme costing £2 will be produced for all home matches this season, available from the ticket office or from our sellers inside the ground.
The 50/50 costs just £1 to enter, and tickets can be purchased from our sellers around the ground. One cash prize will be awarded at each game, the amount depending on sales. The draw will take place at half time and the winner will be paid after the match.
The Glassboys Bar is located at the Church End of the ground, immediately to your left as you enter through the Archway turnstiles. The Bar is open before, during and after every home game and we offer a warm welcome to all visiting supporters and, indeed, neutrals.
The Club Shop will not normally be open at Women’s home matches.
Hot food and hot & cold drinks can be purchased from the catering wagon by the Church End turnstiles.
Gents’ and ladies’ toilets are located in the Glassboys Bar, and also behind the dressing room block at the Church End of the ground.
Seating for spectators is located in the Main Stand on the far side of the ground from the Glassboys Bar. All seating is unreserved for Women's First Team matches.
No additional charge is made for seating.
There is wheelchair-accessible covered accommodation for disabled spectators immediately adjacent to the dressing room area.
Dogs are permitted, but must be kept securely on a lead and under control at all times.
SPECTATORS' CODE OF CONDUCT
All spectators, officials and guests are expected to abide by our Code of Conduct, which is displayed prominently at the Ground and also available at the following link: