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Sandy Park Stadium
Sandy Park Way
Ticket hotline: 01392 890890
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Sandy Park Stadium (EX2 7NN) is conveniently located just off Junction 30 of the M5.
There is off-site, match-day parking available along with a FREE shuttle bus service for you and your occupants to and from the stadium doors.
As there is no on-site parking for supporters at Sandy Park on match days. the Chiefs have worked very hard to produce a transport strategy which enables supporters, both home and away, to gain easy access to the stadium.
Supporters can pre-book official match-day parking at Exeter Business Park, Grenadier Road, Exeter (EX1 3UT) at a cost of £7 per vehicle – if booked online in advance of the fixture – or £10 on match-day itself.
All car parks will be signposted clearly from Junctions 29 & 30 on the M5.
There are three match-day specials which operate three hours before kick-off and for three hours after the final whistle
The No 77, which is run by Dartline Coaches, will have a new starting point at Victory Hall in Exminster before it continues on to Reddaway Drive, Chantry Meadow in Alphington, Cowick Lane, Cowick Street (First & Last), Fore Street (BHS), Topsham Road (County Hall) and onto Sandy Park. Buses run every 15 minutes.
The No 78, also run by Dartline coaches, starts at Exeter St Davids Station and picks up at the following destinations en route to Sandy Park: City Centre, Blackboy Road, Pinhoe Road, Sainsburys Pinhoe, Monkerton Link Road and Sowton Industrial Estate before arriving at Sandy Park.
The C bus, which is run by Stagecoach, starts at Exeter St Davids Station and picks up at Exeter Bus Station, Heavitree (Co-Op) to Sandy Park and runs up to every 15 minutes. Fares for this service are £2.50 (Single) and £3.50 (Return).
Stagecoach also offer an Exeter Dayrider ticket for only £4. This gives unlimited travel on all of their Exeter city buses, including the C bus service, so supporters can make the most of being in Exeter both before and after the match.
A group Exeter Dayrider is now also available. It costs just £8 and gives up to 5 people a day of unlimited travel in the Exeter Zone
If you are travelling from outside of Exeter, Stagecoach operates regular services from a variety of locations – including Teignmouth, Dawlish, Exmouth, Topsham and Crediton – all of which terminate at the bus station where you can easily connect onto the C service. An Adult Explorer ticket will gives unlimited travel on all Stagecoach buses. Child, family and OAP Explorer tickets are also available.
For route maps and information on tickets and timetables, please visit the Stagecoach Bus Website
The Exeter to Exmouth railway line runs right past the stadium with a regular service on match days.
Using the bridge over the A379, Digby & Sowton Station is less than 10 minutes’ walk from Sandy Park, while Newcourt Station is also an option for travelling fans and is also less than a 15 minute walk from the stadium.
Great Western Rail have set up a number of match-day special trains and anyone wishing to find out more should visit their website.
In addition you can use their text feature which shows up to date train departures from their stations. If you text DIG or EXD (for Digby and St Davids respectively) to 84950 you will get an answer showing the next five or six departures with their expected times.
Supporters can also call 08457 48 49 50 to get an update on train times.