The Rugby Groud Guide

Stadium and Tickets

Stadium Name:

Goldington Road

Stadium Address

Goldington Road

Bedford

Bedfordshire

MK40 3NF

 

Ground Information

Bedford have been playing on virtually the same pitch for 100  years. It features a dip in the eastern corner which can cause problems for visiting teams. There is also a gradient going down from west   to east.

There is one stand (the Charles Wells Stand) with the remaining areas being standing only (Although temporary stands have been erected in the past)

There are two corporate boxes.

 

Tickets:

To purchase tickets: Call 0871 871 1866

Or: Visit Goldington Road, Monday-Thursday 10am - 4pm, &    Friday 10am - 12pm

Or: Online at www.bedfordrugby.co.uk

 

Prices 2015/16:

Eagle Stand: Adults £22

Students £10

U.18 £10

Ground Entry: Adults £18

Students £8

U. 18 £2

 

The club offers two reserved disabled areas in front of the main stand.

To secure a spot call the club in advance of matchday, or locate a steward on matchday to gain access

 

 

Last Updated July  2016

 

 

Copyright Miles & Miles Publishing 2016

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