The Rugby Groud Guide
The impressive Slick Systems Stand

Stadium/Tickets

 

Stadium Name: Sixways Stadium

Stadium Address:

Warriors Way

Worcester

WR3 8ZE

 

Ground Information

East (Formerly Slick Systems Stand): The main focal point of Sixways Stadium is the East (Slick Systems)   Stand, which was  completed in 2008.The multi-million pound development on  the east side of the stadium complex boasts suites and restaurants, while below the  stand is the Slick Systems Supporters bar area and many food outlets.

West Stand: The West Stand is the most established stand at the home of the Warriors. The Sixways Premier Suites Upper and Lower are located to the  south end of the stand and offer a large bar area and dance floor with a live  band after every game.

South Stand: Standing behind the post at Sixways, the South Stand hosts 30 hospitality boxes .The South Stand Terrace, in the middle of the stand, is a busy   bar area.

Fragrance Mad Stand: The all-seater North Stand is popular with groups .Plans have been approved to increase the North Stand to make   it the same size as the Slick Systems Stand which would increase the capacity to 15,000.

 

 

Ticket Office

Warriors Box Office

Opening Hours: Monday-Friday: 9am-4.30pm

Matchdays: 12 noon-5.00pm

Telephone: 01905 454 183

Fax: 01905 459 352

E-mail:tickets@warriors.co.uk

Ticket Prices(2016/17)

Please use the following link:

http://www.warriors.co.uk/news/7272.php#.U-OADeNdVc0

               

Disabled Facilities

Places & Position: 16 seats in the West Stand

13 wheelchair bays in the South Stand with lift access.

Slick Systems Stand: 61 seats

FragranceMad.com Stand: 20 seats.

Toilets & Catering: Disabled toilet facilities are in the West Stand foyer and   West Stand first floor.

These facilities are also available in the South Stand terrace   and South Stand first and second floors.

   Disabled toilets are also available in the East  Stand.

Contacts:

Helen Grayer: Facilities Manager: 01905 454 183   

   helen.grayer@warriors.co.uk

 

Last t Updated August  2016

 

 

Copyright Miles & Miles Publishing 2016

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