2 January 2024

Ticket information: Maidenhead United vs Bromley – 6th Jan

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Ticket information: Maidenhead United vs Bromley – 6th Jan

The Ravens travel to York Road Stadium on Saturday 6th January, for a 3pm kick-off and tickets are available by clicking here.

Supporters are encouraged to purchase in advance and tickets will remain on sale until 1pm on the day of the match. Maidenhead United accept both cash and card payment for tickets at the turnstile, with no changes to the publicised prices.

Tickets are priced at the following:

CATEGORYPRICE
Adult£20
Concessions£15
Next Gen (17-22)£10
U17’s£5

Turnstiles will open at 1:30pm and away supporters can access the ground via both the York Road and Bell Street turnstiles, with this match being unsegregated. Away supporters will have access to a standing terrace and covered seating.

Disabled and Carer Tickets

For disabled supporters who require a carer ticket, please contact Maidenhead United on 01628 636314 (option 1) at least 48 hours before matchday. Limited spaces are available.

Parking

Parking options in Maidenhead can be viewed here.

Directions (Provided by Maidenhead United)

By Car:

From M4: Exit at J8/9 and take A404(M)/A308(M) exit to High Wycombe/Maidenhead. Follow signs for Maidenhead Central and at roundabout take first exit onto Windsor Road/A308. At next roundabout take third exit onto Stafferton Way. Continue onto Stafferton Link, take a sharp left onto Forlease Road and first exit at mini-roundabout onto York Road. 

From M40: Exit at J4 and take the exit for A404. At the next roundabout, take the second exit onto Marlow Road/A308. At the roundabout, take the second exit onto Frascati Way/A308. Take the third left turn onto Broadway, the second right turn onto Park Street then first right turn onto York Road. 

Unfortunately, there is NO parking available at York Road Stadium. 

By Train:

Maidenhead Rail Station is opposite the Bell Street entrance to the ground. There are plenty of cycle parking spaces at the station which is served by regular trains from London and Reading. 

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