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Crawley Town FC, also nicknamed The Reds or The Red Devils, have called Broadfield Stadium home since 1997. The club was officially formed in 1896 as the founding members of the West Sussex Football League. Their stadium is currently known as the Checkatrade.com Stadium due to a 5 year sponsorship deal that started in 2013. On match days the stadium can see over 5,000 people fill the stands, so it is advisable to prebook a guaranteed parking space to ensure a cheaper and easier parking experience.
Crawley Railway Station is the closest stop to the stadium. Located roughly one mile from the ground, it takes around 25-minutes to walk. Near the station is the County Mall Shopping Centre, which provides a number of shops and restaurants.
For fans looking for a pre-match pint, the Redz Bar welcomes away fans and can be accessed from outside the stadium. Alternatively, the Half Moon is a 5-minute walk from the stadium, with The Downsman also not too far away.
Postcode for satnav: RH11 9RX
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Close to home. Only wish the bay had a visible number.Samuel
Easy to find, convenient for hospital rear entrance no problem at all, ideal for me as contract works for hospital, nice and close to estates.David
All good thanksDavid
Really easy to find. Super close to the train station and feels secure and tucked away. Will use againLauren
Easy to find and good contact.Simon
Owner was very kind and helpful, offered to drive us to and from the airport for a small fee. Would use again.MICHAEL
Not happy not what I expected and won't be using you again the parking space was in a communal car park of a block of flats so anybody could of got to it I thought it was in a private driveway away from the public thanksOliver