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Away Fans Guide

Away Fans Guide
by Nathan on 01/10/2003

If you are heading to Holloways Park for a game, this section of the site offers travel information and details of the ground.

Visiting Holloways Park

If you are heading to Holloways Park for a game, this section of the site offers travel information and details of the ground.

Slough Town Football Club
Holloways Park
Slough Road
Buckingham, HP9 0TY
Tel & Fax: +44 (0) 1753 857569

Click here for a map

About the Ground
Picture Gallery

Prices 2007/08 Season

Other ways to part with your money
Fancy a Beer?
Something to Eat?
Where to Park
Will the game be on?
What kind of welcome can Away Fans expect?
Feedback invited

About the Ground

Holloways Park is a reasonably nice ground by Southern league standards. It has open terracing behind one goal with cover behind the other, a small stand of around 200 on the far side of the ground and open terracing on the other side.

The ground has a capacity of 3,500, the majority of which is standing terracing. The stand seats 200 people.

Toilets are accessible from the clubhouse before kick-off, and from the stadium after the game.

Prices 2007/08 Season

The turnstiles open 30-45 minutes before kick-off. For Southern League games entry to the terraces are:

Adults - 8
Seniors - 4
Juniors - 1 (when accompanied by an adult)

It does not cost you any extra money for a seat in the stand.

Other ways to part with your money

The match day programme is 1.50 for season 2008/09. Programmes can be brought from the programme hut (pictured below left). It is just by the turnstiles, you can't miss it. The programme is designed by Glen Riley.

The club shop is just past the programme hut (see below), and is accessed by turning left as soon as you get through the turnstiles. It sells items such as club stickers, fleeces, T-shirts and polo shirts, home and away shirts and match DVD's. Prices are available here.

You can buy Golden Goal tickets for 1 each with the chance of winning 40.

There is also a half-time raffle at all weekend matches, with the prize money varying from match to match.

Fancy a Beer?

Holloways Park has a small but modest clubhouse selling beer and other drinks.

The clubhouse is open from 1pm for weekend matches and from 6.30pm for midweek games.

Something to Eat?

Hot & cold food and beverages are available in the clubhouse, which opens at 1pm on Saturday's and 6.30pm for midweek games. There is also a teabar behind the covered end of the ground. This sells fast food such as burgers, hotdogs and chips.

See the directions page.
Where to park
There is a modest parking field just outside the ground, accessible through the trees. It is patrolled by ground staff who will tell you where to park. This does tend to fill up a while before kick-off so you will need to allow plenty of time if you wish to park here, otherwise parking is limited in the surrounding roads.

The compound area is off-limits to everyone except players & officials. If you decide to park on the road outside the ground, please turn around and park on the left-hand side (the stadium side).

Will the game be on?

Who knows? I certainly don't. But I know someone who will know, go to the Yahoo weather website to check out the five-day forecast for Beaconsfield.

What kind of welcome can away fans expect?

Slough fans are a good natured, friendly bunch but due to numbers they can seem a little intimidating at times. Don't be fooled though, as they are generally very good humoured. It is extremely rare for there to be any crowd trouble.

Feedback invited
If anyone who has attended a game at Holloways Park has any comments or suggestions, good or bad, please let us know. Email us here or leave a message at the Unofficial messageboard here.

If you are visiting the club we wish you a pleasant trip and a safe (but depressed) homeward journey.

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