The Stadium

Our magnificent stadium was completed in the summer of 2008 with a current capacity of approximately 3,500 people.

The stadium has four spectator viewing sides. Our covered main stand housing 260 tip up seats is situated on the near side of the pitch. Behind both goals are covered standing areas that can be changed to accommodate new seating areas such is its construction. The far side of the ground has an open standing area were the teams technical areas are situated.

Planning applications have been applied for which will see substantial improvements to the seating and supporter facilities that will take our stadium up to National Conference level.

These include a raised covered stand that will host a further 300 seats with disabled facilities, a new food serving area will also be added with additional turnstiles in the corner of the far side of the ground leading out to the overspill car park.

Our much talked about pitch is of sand based design with underground irrigation to allow any excess water to run into drainage systems at each corner of the pitch. A sprinkler watering system of some thirty six sprinkler heads helps to ensure that the playing surface is one of the very best in non-league football.

Our other footballing facilities are a full size floodlit 3G Astro training pitch with three five or seven a-side pitches. The 3G facilities also houses six changing rooms and two referees’ rooms in a separate block away from the main building. The main stadium changing facilities are of the highest order we also have fully equipped physiotherapy and laundry rooms. The entertainment area has a main suite “Gregory’s” of which can accommodate over 250 guests for any function full kitchen and dining services are available.

The smaller bar “Reedman’s” can accommodate up to 100 people for smaller functions. Car parking is available for 120 vehicles with further parking street side.

Stadium Facilities

  • Approximately 3500 capacity
  • 260 covered seating
  • Fully licensed bar
  • Hot food and snack bar
  • Disabled access and facilities
  • 120 space car park
  • Full size 3G astro pitch
  • 3 x 5/7 a-side 3G astro pitches
  • Gregory’s function suite
  • Reedman’s function suite
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Getting to the Stadium

The quickest way to walk to the ground from the town centre is to head to the Railway Station and use the new Overbridge which is situated at the far end of the ticket office building. For those who can't navigate a lot of steps, the structure houses a lift on both sides allowing swift acess to the bridge itself. Using this bridge will take you across the track and within 100 yards of the Rowley Park Stadium which you will see to your left, immediately behind the Tescos and other small retail outlets.After crossing and exiting the bridge and the Railway Station complex, follow the footpath towards Kester Way and you will see The Stadium right in front of you.



St Neots train station is on the main Kings Cross to Peterborough First Capital Connect line. Trains leave Kings Cross at 23 minutes past each hour and take about 45 minutes to St Neots. Return trains are at 06 minutes past every hour (confirm before starting your journey).


There is limited parking available within the Stadium complex which is on a first come basis (restricted parking will be implemented at certain games). We have an overflow car park courtesy of the nearby school and there is also street parking available. (Please respect the residents when street parking).

There is also plenty of parking available at the Railway Station which is accessable via the overbridge. Parking here costs £2.00 for 24 hours at the weekend and is by far the safest place to park around the ground as 24 hour surveillance is in operation


From the A1 take the A428 signposted Cambridge and continue on the A428. You will see a Tesco on your left hand side, at the first roundabout keep on the A428 to the next roundabout and take the first exit on to B1428 Follow to the second roundabout and turn right into Dramsell Rise. Continue right to the top of that road and enter Kester Way. The ground is then in front of you.


Rowley Park Stadium

Kester Way, St. Neots, Cambridgeshire PE19 6SL


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For more information

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