John Smith's Stadium Parking
Information about Parking in John Smith's Stadium
The John Smith's Stadium, formerly known as the Alfred McAlpine and the Galpharm Stadium, has been the home of Huddersfield Town FC and Huddersfield Giants rugby club since 1994. Prior to this the team had their ground on Leeds Road. The stadium is located in West Yorkshire and it is a short distance from Huddersfield town centre.
The team are known as The Terriers to their fans, and they were the first English club to win three successive league titles in 1926. The stadium has also hosted rugby league games over the years. The stadium has a capacity of 24,121 and thanks to the team being in the premier league there are often large turnouts at matches.
There are a variety of official and unofficial car parks near the John Smith’s Stadium. However, it can be much cheaper to pre-book your car parking space before your visit. This not only saves you time, but it can work out a lot cheaper. Huddersfield Train Station is roughly a 15-minute walk from The John Smith’s stadium and provides services to and from Manchester, Liverpool, Newcastle and Middlesbrough for Huddersfield Town fans who live away from the area.
For fans looking to soak in the atmosphere of an away pub and grab some food and drink, there are a number of pubs and restaurants, including The Gas Club, The Head of Steam, and The Kings Head all within walking distance of the stadium. Greenhead Park is a popular destination for walking, and if you’re looking to do some shopping, Kingsgate Shopping Centre is not far from the John Smith’s Stadium.
If you are currently living in Huddersfield and close to the stadium you could turn an unused parking space into an extra income, tapping into the demand created by match day on-street parking restrictions. Here at YourParkingSpace we not only have parking spaces available to book, we are always looking for new spaces to advertise. If this sounds like something you would be interested in we want to hear from you. Once we have the details of the space – location, price and the hours that it is available, we can start marketing it online.
Postcode for sat nav: HD1 6PX
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4.7 out of 5 stars
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What was John Smith’s Stadium formerly known as?
John Smith’s Stadium was formerly known as the Alfred McAlpine and the Galpharm Stadium. It has been home to Huddersfield Town FC and Huddersfield Giants rugby club since 1994. It was renamed as the John Smith’s Stadium in 2012 as part of a sponsorship deal with Heineken.
Does John Smith’s Stadium have its own car park?
There are two car parks available at the John Smith’s Stadium. A certain number of spaces are reserved for home supporters.
Is there on-street parking around John Smith’s Stadium?
On-street parking can often be found along St Andrews Road. A number of small businesses in this area offer match day parking.
What restrictions are in place on Huddersfield Town FC match days?
There are no specific restrictions on match days. However, it is important to check any signs nearby in case of parking restrictions before leaving your vehicle.
What public transport options are available for getting to John Smith’s Stadium?
John Smith’s Stadium is within walking distance of Huddersfield Railway Station. It is about 15 minutes’ walk away.
What’s the capacity of John Smith’s Stadium and how many away fans does it hold?
The capacity of John Smith’s Stadium is 24,121 spectators and up to 4,000 away fans can be accommodated.
What’s the address of Huddersfield Town's John Smith’s Stadium?
John Smith’s Stadium is situated in Huddersfield, HD1 6PX.
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Latest John Smith's Stadium parking reviews
Really easy to find, although postcode sends you to front car park and you need to be in rear one, follow entrance to sainsburys. We arrived bang on time and struggled to find a free parking space though. Good location if parking for football as 10 minute walk from stadium.Joanne
Make sure you go into reception and book in The space at the front is tiny and you need to book into the bigger carpark at the back Otherwise brilliantMark
Great location, easy to find & very secureAaron Fawcett
Ideal for football groundGraham
Difficult to find bit provided with detailed written instructions by Premier Inn.Chris
Good location for HTFC. 15 minute walk . Easy to locate. Recommend.Andrew
Great little spot for going to the match or into Town with cctvCraig
Busy car park however it is rather cramped and you have to be careful of the bollards as you can easily scrape it. Good location and there was a security guard wandering around.Rebecca
Great space and great priceMichael George
"Your Parking Space" advertises the wrong address for this booking (Premier Inn Huddersfield). There are 2 car parks at this Premier Inn. They send their customers to the small car park on St Andrews Road (as per picture) which is not for their customers. If you park there, you will end up with a fine. I was lucky that the hotel manager came out and explained to me where to go. I was heading for a parking fine. I have asked "Your Parking Space" to change the address to the Premier Inn big car park accessible from Wakefield Road (shared entrance with Sainsbury), just round the corner. If not, good place to park to go to the John Smith Stadium.Didier