Priestfield Stadium Parking
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MEMS Priestfield Park was opened in 1893 and has been home to Gillingham FC since this date. The stadium can expect over 6,000 visitors on any given match day. Gillingham FC, often nicknamed the Gills, joined the football league in 1920 but were voted out in 1938 in favour of Ipswich Town, returning 12 years later.
Priestfield Park Stadium is located roughly 10 minutes from Gillinham Railway Station, which provides services to London Victoria, Charing Cross, St Pancras, and Stratford. The ground does not have any designated parking and the surrounding area is largely reserved for residential use. Therefore, it is best to reserve your parking space in advance of arriveal to guarantee simpler and easier parking.
The nearest pub that allows entry to away fans is The Fleur De Lis and is roughly 10 minutes from MEMS Priestfield Park Stadium. There are also a variety of pubs, restaurants, and bars in the centre of town suitable for everyone. These include, The Will Adams, The Livingstone Arms, and The Southern Belle.
Postcode for satnav: ME7 4DD
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Which team plays at Priestfield Stadium?
Gillingham FC, nicknamed the Gills, have called Priestfield Stadium since it opened in 1893.
Does Priestfield Stadium have its own car park?
Priestfield Stadium does not have its own designated parking area. Supporters driving to the stadium must park in a nearby car park or parking space.
Is there on-street parking available around Priestfield Stadium?
On-street parking in this area is limited as the surrounding roads are largely reserved for residential parking.
What public transport options are there for getting to Priestfield Stadium?
Priestfield Stadium is about 10-minutes away from Gillingham Railway Station. From here, there are services to London Victoria, Charing Cross, St Pancras, and Stratford.
What is the capacity of Priestfield Stadium?
The capacity of Priestfield Stadium is 11,582.
Where is the away end and how many away fans can Priestfield Stadium accommodate?
Away fans are housed on one side of the Brian Moore Stand, on the Medway Stand side, and around 1500 away fans can be accommodated here.
What is the address of Priestfield Stadium?
Priestfield Stadium’s address is Redfern Avenue, Gillingham, ME7 4DD.
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Latest Priestfield Stadium parking reviews
Good spaces. Staff in the hotel helpful and friendly too. Thank you.Paul
This parking space was easy to find, and is only 10 minutes walk to the football groundAlan
Easy to find. Everything worked with no problems.Mark
Booked for the football 20 min walk to the ground. On the outskirts of town so easy to get in and out of Gillingham and avoid football traffic. Used bar at premier inn bottle beers only good price.Chris
Nice and easy to book, slight confusion upon arrival at this particular location as there were other car parks in the vicinity. Maybe a slight improvement to directional signage to right car park would help.Stephen
Good space close to football ground. Not the biggest of spaces though, but adequate ThanksSimon
Easy to find, and a brisk walk to the football stadium. Would use again. Thank youChristine
Used this space for the football, small stroll to the ground. Easy space to find.Nicky
Easy access but not all that clear which parking spaces are those that are allocated. Getting out of Gillingham is a nightmare though.Bill