New Meadow Park
Sudmeadow Road, Gloucester, GL2 5HS
Please note that spectator parking is not available at New Meadow Park . If you require blue badge parking then please email firstname.lastname@example.org the day before a match.
Due to moves towards making New Meadow Park a cashless stadium, we encourage supporters to use contactless payments where possible.
Rebuilt in 2020, following the floods of 2007, New Meadow Park is the home of Gloucester City.
County Tyres City Stand - The City Stand is a 400 seater stand located to the right of the 1883 Bar as you look at the pitch. It is home to our seated season ticket holders when matches require segregation. At the front we have room for disabled viewing with lowered railings onto the pitch. Below the stand are toilets, and at the back are two offices and a hospitality box. This stand can be accessed via Gate A.
Malvern Tyres 1883 Stand - The 1883 Stand is another 400 seater stand, but to the left of the 1883 Bar. When matches require segregation a small number of seats will be kept for away fans. At the back of the stand is a boardroom, a gym and hospitality box, and there are toilets located beneath the stand. This stand can be accessed via Gate B.
South Stand (away) - This stand is our designated away end, and holds covered standing for a few hundred supporters in the middle, with uncovered standing to the sides. This stand is accessed via Gate B.
West Stand - The West Stand is the only fully uncovered stand at New Meadow Park. It is home to both of our catering units at either end of the stand, plus the scoreboard, PA room, gantry and a takeaway bar. For matches requiring segregation, it can be accessed via Gate A, for non-segregated matches, it can be accessed via Gate B.
The T-End - The T-End is home to our vocal supporters, taking its name from our former home at Horton Road. The T-End is decorated with a number of flags, and has covered standing for nearly 1,000 supporters. It can be accessed via Gate A.
1883 Bar - The 1883 Bar is our club house. Offering a number of beverages, plus TV's with sports channels, toilets, our changing rooms and kitchen. During the week tickets for matches can be purchased in here.
Big Screen Bar - Located under the big screen in the West Stand serving a selection of alcoholic beverages
Harvey's Catering - Located either end of the West Stand serving Burgers, Hot Dogs, Chips, Snacks, Soft Drinks and Confectionary
Getting to the ground
Public transport - The nearest train station is Gloucester, which is about a 25 minute walk away. Stagecoach buses 8 and 11 stop just a minute or two walk from the stadium and both leave from the City Centre.
Car - There is limited space for car parking at New Meadow Park, and as such parking is only available on matchdays for blue badge holders, guests and officials.
Local Car Parks
3 Hours free parking is available at Sainsbury's on St Ann Way GL2 5SA, a 5 minute walk from the ground.
Castlemeads Car Park, GL1 2NH is a Pay & Display car park and is a 10 minute walk
Gloucester Quays Car Park, Baker Street GL2 5RG offers up to 4 hours parking for £5 and is a 12 minute walk
Directions (from the North)
Exit the M5 at junction 11 and take the A40 westbound towards Gloucester. At the roundabout take the 4th exit (A40) towards Ross. At the next roundabout go straight on (2nd exit) staying on the A40. At the next roundabout take the 1st exit left towards the city centre. Go right at the next junction towards Hempsted (A430). Straight ahead at the next set of lights and Sudmeadow Road is the third right turn just before the next set of traffic lights.
Directions (from the South)
Exit the M5 at junction 12 and head towards Gloucester. Go straight ahead at the roundabout on the A38 Quedgeley by-pass. Ahead at the next roundabout and straight ahead at the next two sets of traffic lights. onto Secunda Way (A430). Follow this road past three more sets of lights onto marina junction. Stay in the left hand lane towards Cheltenham/Ledbury/Ross. At the next lights with 'The High Orchard' to your right, go straight ahead and text the first left onto Sudmeadow Road.
Photos: Matt Bigwood