Away Days

Abbey Rangers F.C.

Web: www.abbeyrangers.co.uk

Ground: Addlestone Moor, Addlestone, Surrey, KT15 2QH

Tel: 01932 422962

Colours: Black & White Stripes

Travel by Car: Head out through Old Windsor and past the Runnymede. You need to take the second exit at the Runnymede roundabout (not the M25, but under) and onto the A308. Stay on for a mile and then join the A320 at the 3rd roundabout, signed Chertsey. Follow the A320 for just over 3 miles, going over 1 roundabout and taking the first exit at the 2nd roundabout Chilsey Road. Merge onto the A317 Pycroft Road. Travel on the A317 for 500 yards before turning right onto Chertsey Road (opposite the Police boxing academy). Swing left at the roundabout onto Addlestone Moor.

Travel By Train: You’ll be able to get an anytime day return to Addlstone from Windsor Riverside for £12. Trains every 30 minutes and only a 35 minute journey with a change at Staines. The ground is a twenty minute walk. Head up Station Road towards Woburn Hill and the A317. After 600 yards turn left onto Woburn Hill and keep walking for 1mile.

Pubs & at the Ground: Turn right out of the Station and head towards the “shops”. The Crouch Oak is located on Station Road. A cracking family pub which serves food until 2:30pm every day. Three TV screens. Serves Greene King Abbott and Sharp’s Doom Bar.

AFC Hayes F.C.

Web: www.pitchero.com/clubs/afchayes

Ground: Farm Park, Kingshill Avenue, Hayes, Middx, UB4 8DD

Tel: 0208 845 0110

Colours: Blue & White

Travel by Car: Head out across the Relief Road and onto the M4 London bound. After 8 miles leave the M4 at Junction 4 and take the first exit onto the A408. First exit at the next roundabout A408 and then it’s the 2nd exit at the next onto West Drayton Road. After about a mile and at "The Carpenters" public house turn right onto the A4020. At traffic signals turn left onto Lansbury Drive, 700 yards later turn right onto Raynton Drive, then turn right onto Kingshill Avenue, finally turn left onto Kingshill Close.

Travel By Train: Nearest stations are Northolt on the London Underground - followed by the 90 bus towards Feltham. The bus stop is opposite the Clubhouse. Approx journey 10-15mins from station. Or, Hayes & Harlington (British Rail from Slough Station) followed by 90 bus towards Northolt approx 10 mins from station. Cost £8 return.

Pubs & at the Ground: The BrookHouse Pub in Kingshill Ave is the closest pub to the ground. The award-winning community pub, which offers a premier selection of entertainment throughout the week and the best atmosphere for watching all those important sporting events. The Brook House prides itself on being the best pub in town and this is evident from the beautiful flower display which engulfs the building all year round and have won numerous awards for. The management team here have over 50 years’ experience between them and know exactly what it takes to provide great tasting beer with a smile. The Brook House boasts a large selection of draft and bottled beers, ciders ales and soft drinks along with a good selection of wines and spirits.

Badshot Lea F.C.

Web: http://www.pitchero.com/clubs/badshotlea

Ground: C/O Ash United FC, Shawfield Road, Ash, Aldershot, Hampshire GU12 6RE

Tel: 01252 320385

Colours: Claret and Vlue

Travel by Car: This is a 20 mile journey, will take just under an hour. You are heading out to the M3, so towards Bracknell, past Heatherwood Hospital. Stay on the M3 for about 5 miles. Come off at J4. Take the 2nd exit onto the A331. Stay on for 5 miles. Branch left at the roundabout onto the A323 signposted Ash & Woking. After 600 yards take the 1st exit at the next roundabout into Shawfield Road. Take the next left into Youngs Drive.

Travel By Train: Windsor Central to Slough. Slough to Reading and then onto Ash Vale. Return fare around £20, journey time 1.5 Hours. Get the Stagecoach No:3 bus from the station to the ground.

Pubs & at the Ground: The Greyhound in Ash Street is the place to go for a drink beforehand. Traditional pub, nice beer and serve food from 11am. A quaint thriving little pub with friendly staff and customers, pretty much all the staff are new. Youngs (Ordinary bitter) is always well kept and they have 2 regularly rotated guest beers, some over £1 cheaper than other pubs nearby.

Bedfont & Feltham F.C

Web: www.bedfontandfelthamfc.co.uk

Ground: The Orchard, Hatton Road, Bedfont, Middlesex, TW14 9QT

Tel: 020 8890 7264

Colours: Yellow & Blue

Travel by Car: Nice easy journey, only 12 miles from Stag Meadow. Head out to Old Windsor and past Runnymede, follow the signs for the A30 London W and Hounslow. At the Crooked Billet roundabout go forward following the sign for Hounslow. After 2.5 miles and at the Clockhouse Roundabout take the 2nd exit onto the A315..after 300 yards turn left onto Hatton Road. The ground is 500 yards on the right (go past Bedfont Sports).

Travel By Train: The best route is to go from Windsor Riverside to Staines Station…small return cost. Then get bus number 203 from Staines Bus Station to Bedfont Stanwell Road. You’ll have to walk the last 400 yards! Alternatively you could get the train to Heathrow Terminal 4.

Pubs & at the Ground: Turn right out of the Station and head towards the “shops”. The Crouch Oak is located on Station Road. A cracking family pub which serves food until 2:30pm every day. Three TV screens. Serves Greene King Abbott and Sharp’s Doom Bar.

Bedfont Sports F.C.

Web: www.pitchero.com/clubs/bedfontsportsfc

Ground: Bedfont Sports Recreation Ground, Hatton Road, Bedfont, Middlesex, TW14 8JA

Tel: 0208 831 9067

Colours: Red & Black Hoops

Travel by Car: Nice easy journey, only 12 miles from Stag Meadow. Head out to Old Windsor and past Runnymede, follow the signs for the A30 London W and Hounslow. At the Crooked Billet roundabout go forward following the sign for Hounslow. After 2.5 miles and at the Clockhouse Roundabout take the 2nd exit onto the A315..after 300 yards turn left onto Hatton Road. The ground is 200 yards on the right.

Travel By Train: The best route is to go from Windsor Riverside to Staines Station…small return cost. Then get bus number 203 from Staines Bus Station to Bedfont Stanwell Road. You’ll have to walk the last 400 yards! Alternatively you could get the train to Heathrow Terminal 4.

Pubs & at the Ground: The Bell on the Green on the Staines Road is about 400 yards from the ground. Traditional pub just off the local green. Newly refurbed with great live entertainment and all sports showing on big screens. Beautiful beer garden and plenty of parking.

Camberley Town F.C.

Web: www.camberleytownfc.co.uk

Ground: Krooner Park, Wilton Road, Camberley, Surrey GU15 2QW

Tel: 01276 65392

Colours: Red & White Stripes

Travel by Car: Head towards Bracknell (out past Heatherwood) and you will be approaching Camberley from Blackwater Valley Road Roundabout at Blackwater. At this big roundabout take the A30 turnoff, signposted for Camberley which takes you past Homebase and Kwik Fit on the left hand side. Go through the next set of traffic lights, along the A30. At the next set of traffic lights turn right onto The Frimley Road B3411 (restaurant will be visible on corner) Travel along this road until you go over a railway bridge. Continue past the parade of shops and the old entrance to the next roundabout and turn right into Wilton Road (Peugeot garage will be visible) proceed through industrial estate and the entrance to the ground is right at the end.

Travel by Train: Riverside to Staines. Staines to Ascot and then Ascot to Camberley. 1 Hour 10 Mins. £13 return.

Pubs & at the Ground: Plenty of pubs in Camberley but try The Carpenters Arms in Park Street. They do great deals on Food and the beer is reasonably priced. It’s just under a mile from the ground.

CB Hounslow United F.C.

Web: www.pitchero.com/clubs/cbhounslowunitedfc

Ground: CB Hounslow United FC, (Feltham EX Servicemen Club), Bedfont Lane, Feltham, Middlesex TW14 9NW

Tel: 0208-574-7055

Colours: Green & White

Travel by Car: Head out through Old Windsor and past the Runnymede. At the large roundabout take the 1st exit following signs for M25/Staines. As you drop down parallel to the M25 get into the middle/right hand lane and you want the 3rd exit, A30 Staines. After 4 miles (after you’ve gone over two roundabouts) and at the 3rd roundabout take the second exit onto the A315 Staines Road. Stay on the A315 for 2 miles towards Bedfont. You’ll pass Greggs on your left, Bedfont PO on your right. Take the next right turn onto Bedfont Lane. Follow this road for 500 yards before turning left onto United Drive. Signposted Ex-Servicemans.

Travel by Train: You’ll be able to get an anytime day return to Feltham from Windsor Riverside for £10. Trains every 30 minutes and only a 35 minute journey. The ground is ten minute walk straight up Bedfont Lane.

Pubs & at the Ground: The Load of Hay on the Staines Road is only a half mile (10 minute walk) from the ground. Traditional looking pub with a decent bar menu and landscaped garden.

Chertsey Town F.C.

Web: www.chertseytown-fc.co.uk

Ground: Alwyns Lane Football Ground, Alwyns Lane, Chertsey, Surrey, KT16 9DW

Tel:

Colours: Blue & White

Travel by Car: You could go out to Runnymede and then hop onto the M25 but we’ll take the scenic route avoiding the dreaded Motorway! Head out through Old Windsor and to the Runnymede Roundabout. Take the 2nd exit at the Runnymede towards Staines. At the next two roundabouts take the second exits until you get to the Causeway Roundabout. At this 3rd exit take the 2nd exit signed A320 Woking, Chertsey. Travel for around 1 mile alongside the reservoir and over the M3 Motorway.200 yards after the M3 take the left turn into St Anns Road B375. After 100 yards turn right onto Staines Lane towards Chertsey Museum, then immediately right into Alwyns Lane. Total journey time 20 minutes.

Travel by Train: You’ll be able to get an anytime day return to Chertsey from Windsor Riverside for £12. Trains every 30 minutes and only a 35 minute journey with a change at Staines. The ground is about one mile walk from the station. On foot from the railway station, walk out of the station car park near the taxi ranks, turn left and head up Guildford Street. At the end of Guildford Street (with the church in front of you) turn left into London Street. Walk along past Ye Olde Swan Pub and then Left into Alwyns Lane.

Pubs & at the Ground: Ye Olde Swan in Windsor Road is the place to go. The Olde Swan Hotel was originally the White Swan in 1595. During the 18th & 19th Centuries it was the main Coaching Inn as well as the Posting House for the historic town of Chertsey. It was also the birthplace of William Dantell RA (1769-1837). In 1814 he travelled from Lands End to John O’Groats via the west coast and back again via the east. He completed a remarkable 308 paintings & engravings over the 11 years it took, many of the plates are in the Tate (Britain) gallery today.

Colliers Wood Utd F.C.

Web: www.clubwebsite.co.uk/collierswoodunitedfc01

Ground: Wibbandune Sports Ground, A3 Southbound, Opposite 199-213 Robin Hood Way, Wimbledon SW20 0AA

Tel: 0208 942 8062

Colours: Blue & Black Shirts, Blue Shorts

Travel by Car: Driving: M25 Southbound, so join up at The Runnymede Hotel. Go around to J10, come off and take the 3rd exit signposted theA3. Stay on the A3 for 13 miles before turning left onto Robin Hood Way (Kingston Bypass).

Travel by Train: You’ll be able to get to this one on the train. Go into London Paddington via Slough and onto the underground to Raynes Park.

Pubs & at the Ground: The closest pub is the Raynes Park Tavern. Neat and tidy and some good beer. Sky TV and a Pool Table. CWU FC are one of the oldest Football Clubs in the UK, so head for the Clubhouse and show your support.

Epsom & Ewell F.C.

Web: www.pitchero.com/clubs/epsomandewellfc

Ground: c/o Chipstead FC, High Road, Chipstead, Surrey, CR5 3SF

Tel: 01737 553250

Colours: Blue & White Hoops

Travel by Car: Head south on the M25 (you can join this at the Runnymede) and stay on for 28 miles. Leave the M25 at Junction 8 and follow signs for the A217. At the first roundabout (500 yards) take the second exit onto Babylon Lane. After 700 yards turn left onto the High Road. The ground is 1.9 miles up the High Road, just past Hogscross Lane. You can park in the Library or Doctors next to the ground.

Travel By Train: W&E Riverside to Chipstead via Clapham Junction and East Croydon. Cost £14.80 return. Journey time around 1 Hour 35 Minutes. Chipstead Station is approx. 2 miles from the ground, go down Outwood Lane, Castle Road & High Road.

Pubs & at the Ground: The White Hart in Hazelwood Lane is a classic pub with panelled walls, open fires, rugs and good honest furniture. There's a decent clutch of cask ales to tempt you as well. A simple but tasty menu cooked in the pub from fresh ingredients sourced locally. Only 700 yards from the ground.

Farnham Town F.C.

Web: www.clubwebsite.co.uk/farnhamtownfc

Ground: Mead Lane, Farnham, Surrey GU9 7DY

Tel: 01252 715305

Colours: Claret & Blue

Travel by Car: This is a journey down the M3. So head out that way past Heatherwood Hospital, taking the 2nd exit at the Roundabout at the top end of Ascot Racecourse. Follow the signs for the M3 just past Bagshot. Come off the M3 at J4 and take the 2nd exit onto the A331. After 6.5 miles take the 2nd exit (merge) onto the A31 signposted Winchester/Farnham. Continue for 2 miles until you get to Hickleys Corner and join the B3001. Go past Farnham Station, turn right into Approach Road, then right onto the A287 after 500 yards. Bear left then right, stay in the left hand lane and onto the A325. Turn left into Mead Lane.

Travel by Train: Riverside to Staines, Staines to Ascot. Ascot onto Aldershot before changing for Farnham. Journey time is 2 Hours 10 mins. Fare £22 return.

Pubs & at the Ground: You've the choice of The Jolly Sailor, Wheatsheaf or The Plough in West Street. The Plough is a chain pub so you'll be able to get food in there. The Wheatsheaf is a more traditional boozer, so if you like your pubs then it may be the choice for you.

Guildford City

Web: www.guildfordcityfc.co.uk

Ground: Guildford City Football Club, Spectrum Football Ground, Parkway, Guildford, Surrey GU1 1UP

Tel:

Colours: Red & White stripes

Travel by Car: Jump on the M25 at The Runnymede. Head south and come off at J10 and merge onto the A3. Follow signs to ‘Leisure Centre’. There is usually plenty of free parking within a very short walk of the ground. Please use the Spectrum Leisure Centre car park – the underground car park is closest to the entrance.

Travel by Train: You’ll have to go from Slough to Reading and then change for Guildford. It’s a £16 return. Once at Guildford head to the town centre bus station and take #100 Shuttle Bus to/from Guildford Spectrum, also stopping on Stoke Road.

Pubs & at the Ground: The Stoke in Stoke Road is a Pub & Pizzeria. Cooked breakfast is served every day from 10am until 1pm, spend £5.99 and choose from a selection of one of the following: For the traditionalist – The Missionary; double sausage, double egg, double bacon, mushrooms, tomato & beans with toast. For the ravenous – The Pizza; sounds weird, but imagine your breakfast on freshly baked cheesy bread… and for the adventurous – The Hashes; diced sautéed potatoes as a base, egg in the middle, smothered with mozzarella and a topping of your choice – and did we mention bottomless coffee or tea?!

Hanworth Villa F.C.

Web: www.hanworthvilla.co.uk

Ground: Rectory Meadow, Park Road, Hanworth, Middlesex TW13 6PN

Tel: 020 8831 9391

Colours: Red

Travel by Car: Hanworth is in the Borough of Hounslow. Easiest way is to take the M25 Southbound and leave at J12. Join the M3 towards London. After 6 miles M3 ends, continue on A316. After 1.6 miles take junction for Hounslow A314, turn left at traffic lights. After 250 yards turn left at petrol station into Park Rd follow Park Rd to the end turn right into Rectory Meadow. As you go down Park Road continue around a sharp left hand bend (Please note the entrance to the Rugby club is on this bend. You cannot get to our club via this entrance.) Continue until you are facing the wall of the motorway fly-over and our entrance is on the right.

Travel by Train: Not the easiest train journey. Jump on the Windsor & Eton Riverside train and get off at Feltham. From the station take the H25 Bus towards Butts Farm.Get off at Park Road walk down the road to the ground. Journey time 1 Hour 15 Mins. Fare £11 train only.

Pubs & at the Ground: This might be a good away day to head straight for the Clubhouse. There have been a number of local pubs close in recent years and the Football Club has made great efforts to improve its Clubhouse facilities. There are plenty of Lagers/Beers available at reasonable prices. The General Roy in Poplar Way, Feltham (just under a mile away) will do you a decent pub meal if you want to venture away from the ground.

Hartley Whitney F.C.

Web: www.hartleywintney.football4ever.co.uk

Ground: The Memorial Playing Fields, Green Lane, Hartley Wintney, Hants RG27 8DL

Tel: 01252 843586

Colours: Orange & Black

Travel by Car: You are heading West along the M4, come off at J11 and take the first exit signposted A33 Basingstoke. Stay on the A33 for just over 4 miles before turning left onto The Causeway. Join the A30 - On entering Hartley Wintney via the A30, take the turn at the mini roundabout signposted A323 Fleet. Take the 1st right turn, Green Lane, which has St John's Church on the corner. Continue down Green Lane for about 800 metres and turn right into the car park (the second entry slip road - the first you'll pass is the exit). This car park has a shared access with Greenfields School. Turn left at St John's Church if coming down the A323 from Fleet.

Travel By Train: You can go Slough to Reading, then Reading to Basingstoke and finally Basingstoke to Winchfield Station. That’s a return cost of around £14. Winchfield Station to the Ground is 2 Miles, so a taxi ride or walk along the A30!

Pubs & at the Ground: The Waggon & Horses in the High Street is a decent place for lunch and a drink. It’s been voted North Hants pub of the year for two years. A good selection of ales including Black Cat.

Horley Town F.C.

Web: www.horleytownfc.info

Ground: The New Defence, Court Lodge Road, Horley, Surrey RH6 8RS

Tel: 01293 820000

Colours: Claret & Sky Blue Shirts

Travel by Car: Go through Old Windsor and continue to the Runnymede Roundabout. Join the M25 Southbound. Stay on the M25 for around 20 miles before exiting at J8. At the roundabout take the 3rd exit onto the A217. Stay on the A217 for 2 miles until the traffic lights in Reigate Town Centre. At the lights go left one-way onto the A25. Stay on the A25 for just under a mile before rejoining the A217. Stay on the A217 for 4 miles before turning left into Mill Lane, then right onto Court Lodge Road. The ground is behind the Adult Education Centre.

Travel by Train: A couple of ways on the train. Easiest is via Riverside and to Clapham Junction. Change at Clapham for Horley. Journey time 2 Hours. Fare £16 return.

Pubs & at the Ground: The Bull is less than half a mile away and is a large Edwardian pub in its own grounds in a residential area just outside the town centre. The landlord is amiable and very chatty, and it was quite noticable that the whole place was spotlessly clean. There is a single large bar, roomy but otherwise featureless. Bar snacks were on offer, very good value for money.

Knaphill

Web: www.knaphillfootballclub.co.uk

Ground: Brookwood Country Park Football Ground, Redding Way, Knaphill, Woking, Surrey, GU21 2AY

Tel:

Colours: Red and black

Travel by Car: Head out of St Leonards Road and Turn right onto the A332, Continue forward (one-way), Take right-hand lane and turn right onto the A332, Ascot, Continue forward, then bear left (one-way) onto the A332 Ascot, Bracknell. At the oundabout take the 1st exit, then at roundabout take the 2nd exit onto the A332 Ascot, Bagshot, Bracknell. At the next roundabout take the 1st exit onto the A332 and then at roundabout take the 2nd exit onto the A332 Bagshot, M3. At roundabout take the 2nd exit onto the A322 M3, Bagshot. At roundabout take the 2nd exit onto the A322 Guildford, Woking, Lightwater. At roundabout take the 2nd exit onto the A322 Guildford, Woking A324. At the next roundabout take the 2nd exit onto the A322. It’s the 2nd exit at the next roundabout and continue onto the A322. At traffic signals turn left onto the A324 Woking. Next roundabout take the 1st exit onto Redding Way before turning left onto Strathcona Gardens.

Travel by Train: This might take just under 2 Hours. Go from Riverside to Staines and then onto Weybridge. Return fair around £16. The Arriva No91 bus runs from outside the Train Station to Knaphill Sainsburys. It runs every 10 minutes. Sainsburys on the other side of Brookwood Park, but you can walk through to access the ground.

Pubs & at the Ground: The Crown in the High Street offers a large range of Real Ales and has a decent food menu. All lunch meals are below £10.

North Greenford United

Web: www.northgreenfordunitedfc.co.uk

Ground: Berkeley Fields, Berkeley Avenue, Greenford, Middx, UB6 0NX

Tel:

Colours: Blue and White

Travel by Car: Head over the relief road and over to Slough. Turn right at the lights towards Upton. Go past Upton NHS Walk-In and over the Red Cow roundabout. Take the 2nd exit and pop out at the new Sainsbury Roundabout. Take the 2nd exit and head towards George Green, Iver and to the Crooked Billet. Go over that roundabout towards Denham. Turn right onto the A40. Bear left at A4127 Greenford Road slip road and turn left at roundabout / traffic lights onto the A4127 (Bridge Hotel). Go under railway bridge and over traffic lights and continue up slow gradient past Paradise Fields shopping complex and more traffic lights. Turn right into Berkeley Avenue opposite Glaxo's at traffic lights. Continue downhill to the bottom of Berkeley Avenue and enter car park, the entrance to the ground is in the far right hand corner.

Travel by Train: Take the Central line to Greenford Station (or British Rail Network Southeast). Turn left out of the station under the bridge. Turn right into Rockware Avenue and walk to the end of the Road until you reach Greenford Road. Turn left and walk along Greenford Road. Turn right into Berkeley Avenue and follow to the end. Enter the car Park and the entrance to the ground is in the far right hand corner.

Pubs & at the Ground: The Black Horse on Oldfield Lane is a Fullers Pub. spacious, traditional pub split over two levels, The Black Horse occupies an enviable spot on the Grand Union Canal. Great for an alfresco pint in summer, there's plenty of reasons to keep coming back all year round.

Raynes Park Vale F.C.

Web: www.raynesparkvalefc.tripod.com

Ground: Grand Drive, Raynes Park, London SW20 9NB

Tel: 0208 540 8843

Colours: Blue Shirts

Travel by Car: Take the M25 Southbound down to J10. Exit M25 at junction 10-taking the A3 North towards London.-Leave the A3 at the exit signposted Merton A298 (around 12 miles) - go over the flyover and turn right at the first set of traffic lights (right hand filter) into Grand Drive.The ground is 200 metres up Grand Drive on the left.

Travel by Train: Go from Riverside to Waterloo. From Waterloo go to Raynes Park which has good connections from Waterloo. Come out of the exit and cross at the pelican crossing in front of you - go right (this is the bottom of Grand Drive) - go straight over the major crossroad.The ground is 200 metres up Grand Drive on the left.

Pubs & at the Ground: The Raynes Park Tavern is about 1 mile from the ground on Coombe Lane. Go past Raynes Park Station, past the Common and upto the top of the road, turn left and go under the railway bridge. The Tavern serves real ale, has big screen Sky TV, pool table, fruit machines. Hot food served from noon.

Spelthorne Sports

Web: www.spelthornesports.co.uk

Colours: Light blue and black

Ground: Spelthorne Sports Club, 296 Staines Road West, Ashford Common, Middlesex, TW15 1RY

Tel:

Travel by Car: Head out through Old Windsor and past the Runnymede Hotel. Take the 2nd exit and towards Staines. Keep going past the commercial units, Sainsburys etc and turn left onto and over Staines Bridge. At Crooked Billet Roundabout take the 4th exit onto the A308 (Kingston). At Fordbridge roundabout take the 2nd exit onto the A308 - At School Road Junction, traffic signals continue forward and at traffic signals turn right onto Staines Road West Shepperton, Charlton Village. At traffic signals turn right onto the A308 and arrive on Staines Road West. There is limited parking so park a little away from the ground and walk back. Avoid parking on the grass verges.

Travel by Train: Get the Riverside train to Staines and then it’s a jump onto the Red 216 Bus to Ashford Common (The Black Dog). The Black Dog is now closed as a pub. The ground is just across the road. £8 return all in.

Pubs & at the Ground: The Ash Tree in Convent Road is a Fullers pub. Decent ales and food served from Midday. It’s just under a mile away from the ground off School Lane.

Sutton Common Rovers F.C.

Web: www.pitchero.com/clubs/suttoncommonrovers

Ground: c/o Sutton Utd FC, The Borough Sports Ground, Gander Green Lane, Sutton Greater London KT11 3SY

Tel:

Colours: Yellow & Purple

Travel by Car: Travel South along the M25 to junction 8. Then North on the A217 for about 15-20 minutes. Ignoring signs for Sutton itself, stay on the A217 to the traffic lights by the Gander Inn (on the left), turn right into Gander Green Lane. The Borough Sports Ground is about 200 yards up this road on the left hand side, if you reach West Sutton station you have gone too far! Parking: There are about 200 parking spaces in the car park behind the grandstand and lots of roads around Gander Green Lane to park.

Travel By Train: West Sutton railway Station is adjacent to the ground. It is served by Thameslink trains via Wimbledon or Sutton. Come out of West Sutton station and turn right into Gander Green Lane and the ground is about 100 yards further along.

Pubs & at the Ground: The Robin Hood in the high is only 400 yards away. An off High Street community pub with a warm, friendly atmosphere and a well earned reputation for award winning beers, cellar, and award winning staff! Stocking a unique range of Youngs bottled beers and a wine list to suit all palates. The food is well priced, plentiful and cooked to order with a good choice of meals and a large selection of curries available.

Walton & Hersham F.C.

Web: www.waltonandhershamfc.org.uk

Ground: Sports Ground, Stompond Lane, Walton-on-Thames, Surrey, KT12 1HF

Tel:

Colours: Red & White

Travel by Car: Go out through Old Windsor and past the Runnymede. Take the first exit towards the M25 and go under it, off at the 3rd exit and onto the A30. Continue on the A30 for 1.5 miles before going over the roundabout and onto the A308 towards Ashford Common. Once past the Spelthorne Sports Ground (and before getting to the Sunbury roundabout) you will turn right onto the A244 Windmill Road. Stay on this for approx. 2.5 miles, going over/under the M3 and joining The Upper Halliford Bypass. You’ll have Sunbury Golf Club on the right. Continue on the A244 over the Thames and onto New Zealand Ave (passing Homebase). After 500 yards take the 3rd exit at the roundabout onto Stompond Lane (opposite Ashley Medical Centre).

Travel By Train: Go from Riverside to Staines and then change there for Weybridge. Change at Weybridge for Walton on Thames Station. Cost £10.20 return. It’s only 600 yards from the Station to the ground. Leave the station and walk up Ashley Park Road before turning right onto Stompond Lane.

Pubs & at the Ground: The Ashley Park opposite the Station is the place to go. Big restaurant and bar meals available. Serves Hobgoblin, Mark Jane, Britannia and plenty more. Well worth a visit.

Westfield F.C.

Web: www.westfieldfc.com

Ground: Woking Park, Woking, Surrey, GU22 9BA

Tel: 01483 771106

Colours: Yellow & Black

Travel by Car: Just over 15 miles and you can avoid the Motorway! Head out past Winkfield and towards Sunningdale – basically the A332 & A329. Over the A30 and then across the M3 past Chobham on the A319 and into Woking via the A3046. Once in Woking turn right onto the A320 Victoria Way and then in 500 yards turn left onto the A247 Claremont Avenue. 200 yards later turn left onto Wych Hill Lane and then left again onto Elmbridge Lane. It’s then a further left after 120 yds.

Travel By Train: From Windsor & Eton Riverside to Woking. Change at Staines and then again at Weybridge. Journey time is about one hour and five minutes. Cost around £10.50 adult return. Woking station is 1.3 miles from the ground. So a brisk walk down Station Approach before turning left onto Claremount Avenue and then into Wych Hill Lane.

Pubs & at the Ground: The Star Inn in Wych Hill is the place to head, both if driving and going via train. A modern pub with a range of Beers. The Crown & Anchor is the other side of the ground in the High Street, so that’s an alternative, although not as close to the train station! The clubhouse at the ground is modern and clean with TV so definitely worth heading for if you don’t fancy either pub.