We look forward to welcoming you to Park Hall, the home of The New Saints Football Club. In order to make your visit as smooth as possible, we have compiled the following information.
Park Hall Stadium is located adjacent to Burma Road, SY11 4AS. The ground is two minutes (0.6 miles) away from the A5, via the A495 (Whittington Road). Once you leave the A5, Burma Road is the second turning on the left.
As well as the main car park that you immediately turn into, there is also parking behind one goal. As you enter the car park (on the right off Burma Road), take the (internal) road on the left which leads you to a hardcore parking area.
There is also parking on the grass area (weather dependent) that is located on the right as you enter the car park, with the access point level with the main entrance door to the stadium.
You can enter the stadium itself through the turnstile, which is accessed via the previously mentioned internal road or from The Venue building. You can’t miss The Venue facility, that is adjacent to the car park.
Entering the main door, there is a counter directly in front of you where you can purchase food and drink. At the other end of the building there is a bar that serves alcoholic beverages.
You can pay at the counter to enter the stadium, with access through the main glass doors that leads to the balcony which overlooks the pitch. There will be stewards (in yellow jackets) on duty and they will stamp your wrist so that you can then move between the two locations.
Toilet facilities are located on your left as you enter The Venue building.
The access into the main Venue building is flat so is suitable for wheelchair use, as indeed is access to the balcony itself.
There are also disabled toilet facilities, ask a member of staff or a steward for location, or if you need any help at all regarding anything else.
Food And Drink
As well as the options already mentioned inside The Venue building, there is also the Snackbox, which is accessed from the stadium. It is at ground level alongside the tunnel.
Food from inside The Venue is available until half-time for evening fixtures, and all day for any other matches. Rhian Humphreys, whose details are listed at the bottom of the page, is the person to contact regarding food inquiries.
There is a club shop inside the main building where you can purchase items such as replica first team shirts, badges, scarves etc.
We produce a match day programme that consists of 48 full glossy pages. It costs £3.00 and can be purchased at the counter inside The Venue or at the turnstile on entry to the ground.
Previous editions of the programme can be bought at the club shop.
Via our club website and Facebook page, we broadcast live commentary from Park Hall of all our games. We also have an open mic policy, so if you’re at a match why not join us for a chat on air?
We operate from the press box, which is on your left as you enter the balcony from the main building. Feel free to make your way there during a game, or if you want to contact us in advance you can do so via the details (Stewart Bloor) at the base of this page.
Meet The Players
Although our players are all full-time professionals, they are very approachable and will happily sign autographs or pose for photographs. Following games, they will be in the main building. If you need any assistance with this, contact Stewart Bloor.
We welcome groundhoppers, and if you let us know in advance (via Stewart Bloor) that you will be at a game, we will give you a guided tour of the stadium along with access to players for autographs and photographs.