Maidstone United

Maidstone United

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Stadium Information

Stadium

The Gallagher Stadium

Address

The Gallagher Stadium,

James Whatman Way,

Maidstone,

ME14 1LQ

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Comments

Sheila Quinn

Match: Maidstone United vs York City

Published: 9/8/2016

 

This was our first visit to the Gallagher stadium.  Not expecting a lot as they’ve just been promoted again, I was very surprised.  Match programs were sold outside the turnstiles.

 

A man called John came to meet us before we reached the entrance & he was really friendly & helpful. He took us into the ground and took us to a lift up to the elevated wheelchair area.  The disabled toilet was immediately behind us.

 

The view was excellent. There are many bars for food, drinks and sweets behind the goal and I (the carer)  was able to walk across and into the club shop inside the ground. Among the friendly Maidstone supporters.

 

Several stewards and staff kept asking us if we needed anything and offered to get us refreshments, and one man even brought a tray of pork pies & sausage rolls to the disabled area. We were given a free team sheet too.  Exiting the game we went down a ramp behind where we were sitting or we could use the lift. 

 

The club has no parking facilities, but there is street parking outside the ground but you need to be there extra early. We parked at the job centre car park just over the road,  its run by a charity on match days and all they need is a donation.

 

An excellent ground to visit, only wish more grounds were like this.

 

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