A quick guide to visiting the Meadow
Shrewsbury Town Football Club was formed in 1886 and has been a cornerstone of the Shropshire community ever since. In 2007 the club moved to Greenhous Meadow, an all seater stadium, built just to the south of the picturesque town of Shrewsbury.
Accessed by Oteley Road the football ground is within easy access of the A5 and just a 30 minute walk from Shrewsbury Town Centre.
The purpose-built stadium has a capacity of 9,875 across four stands. These include the West Stand (3,317 seats), the Roland Wycherley East Stand (2,741 seats), the Salop Leisure South Stand (1,955 seats) and the Pro Vision CCTV Stand North Stand (1796 seats for Away Supporters).
The Roland Wycherley Stand also includes 8 executive boxes, comfy seats for Sovereign Club members and sponsors and a family stand for the younger generation.
Situated on the South side of Shrewsbury, the Greenhous Meadow is just a stone’s throw away from the A5 and A49.
If you are travelling from the North (Warrington) or South (Hereford) then you will arrive in Shrewsbury on the A49 and you should follow the signs to the football ground.
If you are travelling from either the West (Mid-Wales) or the East (Birmingham) then you will arrive in Shrewsbury on the A5 and you should also follow signs for the football club.
If you would like to find us on google maps then put in ‘Shrewsbury Town Football Club’. If you are using a Sat-Nav then our postcode is ‘SY2 6ST’.
You will find information on parking arrangements further down the page.
The railway station is two miles from the stadium. On leaving the railway station proceed to the bus station (300 yards) to travel on the Express Bus Service or Arriva operated services.
A bus service will run three journeys from the town's bus station to and from the stadium for Saturday and two journeys for mid-week matches.
The service will pick up at The Shirehall Car Park.
The return service will leave the stadium from behind the South Stand ten minutes after the end of the match.
There are a number of parking options available for games at the Greenhous Meadow in and around the stadium.
Greenhous Meadow – SY2 6ST
Parking at the Greenhous Meadow is mainly by permit but there are a limited number of passes available per game from the ticket office at the Greenhous Meadow. Tickets cost £10 and are available up until 12 noon on Saturdays, and 4pm on midweek games.
Sutton Grange Nursery - SY2 6QL
Parking on this site is organised by the Club and is available to PERMIT HOLDERS ONLY. Vehicles will be required to turn left on leaving the site. Applications for permits can be made to the Football Club. Permits can be purchased on a match by match basis at a cost of £6.50, these need to be purchased ahead of the game by 12 noon on a Saturday and 4pm on midweek games.
Walk to stadium approx 10 minutes.
Brooklands Hotel - SY3 9JT
Parking fee is £5 per vehicle to be handed to the car park stewards for which a car park ticket will be given and must be displayed in a prominent position in the vehicle. Vehicles will be required to turn left on leaving the site.
Walk to stadium approx 15 minutes.
Pritchards - SY3 7QZ
Parking fee is £5.00 per vehicle to be handed to the car park steward.
Walk to stadium approx 15 minutes.
Toys R Us - SY3 9NB
Toys R Us on the Meole Brace retail park offer a number of parking spaces for Saturday/Day matches priced at £4. Drive up to the parking steward on the gate and they will direct you where to park.
Parking is not available for evening games.
Note that the car park closes at 6pm after the game.
Walk to stadium approx 10-15 minutes.
Charles Darwin Public House - SY2 6HN
Parking is free for supporters who use the Charles Darwin before the game for food and drinks.
Walk to stadium approx 20 minutes.
Meole Brace Park and Ride - SY3 9NB
Parking is available for free for midweek games at the Meole Brace Park and Ride site.
Parking is NOT available for Saturday games.
Walk to stadium approx 10-15 minutes.
Once you arrive at the ground, tickets are available from two ticket offices.
The main one is located at the main building on the Roland Wycherley stand, with the other on the West Stand, the other side of the ground.
We recommend that you buy tickets in advance either onlinehere or over the phone on 01743 273 943. Tickets can be collected on the day next to the ticket office.
We have a range of ticketing options for all ages, so for more information about ticket prices click here.
So you’ve got your ticket, you’ve parked up, now it’s time for the matchday experience.
Get down to the ground early and soak up the atmosphere, gates open at 1:30pm for 3pm kick offs and 6:30pm for 7:45pm kick offs.
We have recently set up a fanzone which opens at 1pm on matchdays and includes live music, a mini beer festival and catering options. The fanzone is situated behind the Salop Leisure Stand and is a great place to meet friends before the game.
Meanwhile, our young supporters are very important to Shrewsbury Town Football club and our new community hub will be open on Saturday matchdays allowing families the opportunity to relax before the match starts.
The community hub is located at the south end of the ground, next to the training pitch, and provides a space for junior members to interact on matchday, while their parents can enjoy a drink.
This space is free for members with a small charge for their parents, so if you are interested in junior membership click here.
Our Club Shop is stocked with a wide range of goods including our Replica Errea Kits. Errea training wear is also available for purchase while we also have a good selection of leisurewear items including coats, polo shirts and t-shirts.
We also have a wide range of smaller items including pin-badges, scarfs, and stationary items, all of which make the perfect gift for the Shrewsbury Town fan in your life.
The Club Shop is situated next to the main ticket office in the Roland Wycherley Stand.
The Shop is open from 10am on matchdays and stays open for half an hour after the game.
Shrewsbury Town’s Award Winning match programme is a bargain at only £3. Designed by Ignition Sports Media the programme was voted as League Two Programme of the Year in 2014/15 and followed that up by winning League One Programme of the Year in 2015/16.
The programme is filled with content including ten-pages dedicated to the opposition. There are also regular features on our Academy, Community Department and Ladies Team. The programme also features a pull-out kids section including a poster which can be signed by the featured player.
The Golden Gamble is our half-time draw, and tickets can be bought before the game from the authorised sellers. Each and every ticket is entered into the draw, with 50% of all the takings going straight to the winner!
With prizes more often than not in excess of £400 - why not give it a go and see what your £1 could do?
Food and Drink
Once inside the ground you are sure to want a bite to eat.
Our buffet bars supply a wide range of products including Wrights pies, Rollover hotdogs, hot and cold soft drinks and a range of alcoholic beverages. Within the South and West Stands you are able to local hand-pumped ale supplied by Wood's Brewery. There are also vending machines situated in the concourses which sell a range of crisps, chocolate bars and flapjacks.
The buffets open when the turnstiles open and they will serve until around 4:30pm.
We recommend you get your food 10 minutes before kick off or during half time so that you don’t miss any of the action.
We can’t promise a victory on the pitch, but we hope to see you at the Greenhous Meadow soon for a fun filled day.
In the meantime if you require any further information we have a range of contact options which can be viewed by clicking here.