Information for fans travelling to Maidenhead

Information from Thames Valley Police for the away fixture at Maidenhead United FC on Tuesday evening.

Maidenhead United Football Club

York Road,



Telephone: 01628 636314


Try and use the  M40, come off at Junction 4, go down the A404(M) and either come off at the junction for the A4 signposted Maidenhead or the roundabout for the A308 signposted Pinkneys Green or if you’ve missed these two, an exit marked as Junction 9a Cox Green/White Waltham.

M1 will be closed around junction 21 on the return journey


Car Parking at the ground is strictly limited to the players and officials of each club on matchdays.

There is no street parking close to the ground, so you are recommended to use the municipal car parks located in the town centre;

These are all within five minutes’ walk of York Road, Maidenhead United FC.

Stafferton Way, SL6 1AY – A 3 minute walk to the ground. £8 daily charge

Nicholsons Shopping Centre, SL6 1NT – A 3 minute walk to the ground. £10 up to 5 hours

Braywick Park Leisure Centre, SL6 1BN – A 10 minute walk to the ground. 4 to 5 hours is £7.50. Over 5 hours is £10.00

By Rail;  

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 of the club. 

The station is served by trains from London Paddington, Oxford and Reading.

Away Supporter Coach Parking at  Maidenhead United.

There is no coach parking at the stadium.

Free coach parking is available at the nearby Oldfield Primary School. Post Code – SL6 1UE.  There’s availability for 5 or 6 coaches at this location.

*Operators/Organisers are requested to drop off at the Railway Bridge on King Street (Railway Station). Post Code for Station approach is SL6 1DP, See attached map.

The away section entrance/turnstiles are accessed via Bell Street, opposite the railway station. (Adjacent to the Travelodge Hotel)

Away fans’ information;

This is a segregated fixture with the Chesterfield fans located at the Bell Street end of the stadium.

The following pubs are all within close proximity to the ground. As I said before, get parked up and any of these are within walking distance of each other and more importantly to the ground:

O’Neills, SL6 1DP (literally backs onto the ground)

15 Queen Street, SL6 1NB (a personal favourite of mine)

The Bear (JD Wetherspoon), SL6 1QJ

Off The Tap, SL6 1EA

Coppa Club, SL6 1RR (another personal favourite of mine)

The Maiden’s Head, SL6 1QE

The Corner House Bar, SL6 1LT

The Lord Grenfell, SL6 1TW

No alcohol will be served in the ground as segregation is in place.

Food on offer inside includes pies, burgers, sausage rolls and chips.