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Stadium Information


Sandy Park Stadium


Sandy Park Way

Club / stadium contact for disabled supporters


Ticket Office Administrator: Liane Edworthy

Telephone no.

08443 247 147

Website address

Disabled Supporters Association




Website address



Accessibility Information

For UK minimum access standards for new and existing stadia and for good practice guidance please click here.


Getting There & Parking



There is no on-site parking for supporters at Sandy Park Stadium on match days. However, the Chiefs have worked very hard to produce a transport strategy which enables supporters, both home and away, to gain easy access to the stadium.

For supporters travelling to games by car, parking is available at either the nearby Crealy Adventure Park or Westpoint Arena at a cost of £5 per vehicle and includes a free, regular shuttle service for occupants to and from the stadium, both before and after the game has been played. All car parks will be signposted clearly from Junction 30 on the M5.



There is a drop off point at the stadium complex from the A379 for taxis and those being transported by friends and relatives before kick-off to matches. Supporters, however, are reminded that there is no vehicular access (apart from approved buses) onto the Sandy Park site for one hour following the final whistle.


Club officials would like to remind everyone that you must not drop off or pick up on the slip road leading into Sandy Park and in particular the main A379 road below as it is illegal and very dangerous.



The Exeter to Exmouth railway line runs right past the stadium with a regular service on match days. Using the bridge over the A379, Digby & Sowton Station is less than 10 minutes’ walk from Sandy Park.


Supporters who are attending any games by First Great Western Trains are able to claim a 10% discount on their rail ticket, providing they produce their match ticket when purchasing.

First Great Western have set up a number of match day special trains and anyone wishing to find out more should visit their official website at www.firstgreatwestern.co.uk In addition you can use their text feature which shows up to date train departures from their stations. If you text DIG or EXD (for Digby and St Davids respectively) to 84950 you will get an answer showing the next five or six departures with their expected times


Supporters can also call 08457 48 49 50 to get an update on train times



There are three match-day specials which operate three hours before kick-off and for three hours after the final whistle

New for the 2013/14 season, the No 77, which is run by Dartline Coaches,  will have a new starting point at Victory Hall in Exminster (11.30am) before it continues on to Reddaway Drive, Chantry Meadow in Alphington, Cowick Lane, Cowick Street (First & Last), Fore Street (BHS), Topsham Road (County Hall) and onto Sandy Park. Buses run every 15 minutes. Please visit the Dartline website for more details www.dartline-coaches.co.uk


The No 78, also run by Dartline coaches, starts at Exeter St Davids Station and picks up at the following destinatons en route to Sandy Park: City Centre, Blackboy Road, Pinhoe Road, Sainsburys Pinhoe, Monkerton Link Road and Sowton Industrial Estate before arriving at Sandy Park.


The C bus, which is run by Stagecoach, starts at Exeter St Davids Station and picks up at Exeter Bus Station, Heavitree (Co-Op) to Sandy Park and will run every 15 minutes. Fares for this service are £1.60 (Single) and £3.20 (Return). It should be noted that this is a day ticket which once purchased can be used any number of times during the day, including the match-day C bus service.


Stagecoach offer an Exeter dayrider ticket for only £3.50 which allows unlimited travel on all of their city buses and opens the C bus service up to far more of our supporters giving extra value and flexibility. Please visit the Stagecoach website for more details www.stagecoachbus.com


For up to the minute match-day timetable information, visit www.stagecoachbus.com/serviceupdates.aspx


In addition for those travelling from further afield, Stagecoach offer an explorer ticket for only £6.90 adult, £4 per child for unlimited travel on their entire network of buses, again visit wwww.stagecoachbus.com for more details

Getting a Ticket


Ticket information can e found on the Exeter Chiefs website here.

Spectator Viewing areas


Accessible amenities


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