What's The Ground Like?

A well maintained tidy stadium that although a relatively new one (it was opened in 1987) is more reminiscent of an older ground. This is mostly due to the large traditional floodlights that are located in each corner. There is cover on all four sides of the stadium. On the west side is the Main Stand, which is a covered seated stand that runs for around half the length of the pitch. The seating area of the stand is raised well above the level of the pitch, meaning that you need to climb a small staircase to access it. In front of the stand on either side of the halfway line are the team dugouts. Both ends are similar sized covered terraces, whilst on the remaining side of the ground there is also a small covered terrace. This area is called the AKI Stand and is affectionately nicknamed the Babs Windsor stand by the Weymouth fans (you'll have to ask one to find out why!). The rest of the ground mostly comprises of portions of open terrace, to either side of the stands and in the corners.

What Is It Like For Visiting Supporters?

Segregation is in force for all games. Away fans are most housed in the Hollybush Terrace at the car park end of the ground. This end is a covered terrace, with some open terrace to one side. Away supporters are also given a number of seats in the Main Stand. A £2 supplement to sit in this area is payable inside. There is a catering van available, which serves burgers, hot-dogs, chips, hot and cold drinks etc. and, for larger followings, a kiosk behind the Main Stand serving hot/cold drinks, pies and pasties. There is a programme shop inside the stadium, which can be accessed by visiting fans. It is a haven for collectors of more historic programmes. Programmes and half time draw tickets are available both inside and outside the ground and the Club shop is accessed outside the Main Stand.

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