The following information is provided for fans who are travelling to Yeovil Town on Saturday:
Yeovil Town Football Club
DIRECTIONS TO HUISH PARK.
Huish Park is situated on the outskirts of town, sandwiched between a commercial/industrial estate and ever-growing residential areas. The ground is signposted from most major roads near Yeovil. There are normally delays for traffic leaving the stadium post-match.
From the North & South West
Use the M5 to junction 25 (Taunton). Take the A358 sign posted Ilminster until joining the A303. Continue along the A303 east, sign-posted Andover and London until the Cartgate roundabout. Turn right onto the A3088 sign posted Yeovil. At the next roundabout, take the first exit along Bunford Lane (airfield opposite) go straight over another roundabout and follow the signs from the next roundabout (Asda).
From the East
Follow the M3 and then the A303 until you reach the Cartgate roundabout on the west side of Yeovil then turn left onto the A3088 sign posted Yeovil. At the next roundabout take the first exit along Bunford Lane (airfield opposite) go straight over another roundabout and follow the signs from the next roundabout (Asda).
From the South
Follow the A30 or A37 into Yeovil and then continue on the A30 to the police station roundabout. Exit the roundabout on to Lysander Road. Continue straight along this road through two sets of traffic lights until you reach the second roundabout. Do not turn left at this roundabout for Taunton, keep straight on with the airfield on your right. Continue straight across another roundabout and follow the signs from the next roundabout (Asda).
There is parking for 800 cars and 16 away coaches. A £3 parking charge applies for cars, £6 for mini buses and £15 for supporters’ coaches.(Subject to change)
Yeovil has two stations:
Yeovil Pen Mill (Bristol – Weymouth) 2½ miles from Huish Park.
Yeovil Junction (Exeter – London) 4½ miles from Huish Park.
Both are on the opposite side of town to the football club, making travel between the two difficult. There is usually a small shuttle service that leaves a couple of minutes after each train arrives that carries a small number of passengers between the stations and Yeovil bus station in the town centre. From here take a taxi or wait for the number 1 bus from the town centre to the football ground on weekend match days. Alternatively, take a taxi directly from the station(s) to the club.
Disabled Access to Huish Park
Yeovil Town have a very active Disabled Supporters Association who will assist away supporters with any disability. A whole range of services are provided, including assistance in purchasing appropriate tickets, matchday parking and any other assistance required on matchdays. The contact is Sharon SWAIN on 07790 375250 and DFOs are encouraged to provide these details to their own disabled supporter groups.