Birmingham City – St Andrews

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st andrews birminghamSt Andrews Stadium in Bordesley Green, Birmingham has been the home of Birmingham City F.C. since 1906.

Having undergone major refurbishment in the 1990s, it is now an all-seater venue, with a capacity of 30,000. The two-tier Main Stand, on the North side of the ground, dates back to 1954. The upper tier has standard seating and a media area, while the lower tier (“the Paddocks”) consists of a limited number of seats placed on the terraced area in front of the stand. The club plans £1.3 million worth of restructuring work during the 2009 close season.

Relegation to the Third Division freed the club from the 1994 Taylor Report deadline for conversion of all stadia in the top two divisions to all-seater. However, Birmingham continued with their planned £4.5 million development scheme. At the end of the 1993-94 season, the Kop and Tilton Road terraces were demolished, to be replaced by all-seater, single tier stands forming a continuous L-shaped structure around half the pitch. Construction of the two-tier Railway (West) Stand was delayed by a lack of planning permission and only opened in 1999. The lower tier houses away fans. Family areas are available in the lower Railway Stand and Main Stand Paddocks, though from 2009-10 onwards, a single family area is planned in the Kop Stand.

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How to get to St. Andrews

By Road:
st andrews stadium directions For satnav purposes, the required address is St Andrew’s, Bordesley Green, Birmingham B9 4NH.

Away fans driving from the North should follow the M6 as far a junction 6, exiting towards A38 (M) / Birmingham. After about ½ mile, merge onto the A5127 / Aston Expy, taking the ramp onto the A38 / Aston Rd after about 500 yards. After about a mile, take the 1st exit at the roundabout (A4540 / Dartmouth Circus) towards Lichfield / A45 / A47 / B’ham. After passing through 3 roundabouts, take a slight left onto St. Andrew’s Road.

From the South East (e.g. London), the recommended route is via the M1 / M6. Exit the M6 at junction 6, towards Birmingham (cen.) / A38 (M). Merge onto the A5127 / Aston Expy, and then follow directions as above.

From South West (e.g. Bristol), follow the M5 as far as junction 3, exiting onto the A456 (signed Birmingham Cen. / Birmingham W. At the roundabout, take the 3rd exit towards Birmingham, following the A456 through 2 roundabouts. Take the ramp onto Hagley Road West. At the roundabout, take the 3rd exit onto A4540 / Islington Row. Follow the A4540, taking the 1st exit at the roundabout, signed A4540 / Highgate Middleway. Pass through 2 roundabouts, continuing on the A4540 as far a Garrison Circus and taking the 4th exit, signed A4540 / Watery Ln. St. Andrew’s Road is the next left turn.


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By Rail:
birmingham train stationThe nearest railway station to the stadium is Bordesley, on the Birmingham-Stratford Line which has regular services on match days. The stadium is a 20-minute walk from Birmingham New Street station, which is served by direct trains from most parts of the country, and slightly less far from Birmingham Moor Street, which is served by trains from London Marylebone. Additionally, Digbeth Coach Station is a 15-minute walk away, with regular services to the stadium. Click here to check the current train timetables

By Air:
The nearest airport is Birmingham International, about 10 miles away, with 9 trains per hour connecting to Birmingham New Street, with a journey time of 10-20 minutes. Click here to check the current flight times

Taxis
There are several taxi companies in Birmingham that can take you to and from St Andrews. You can always prebook a private hire taxi, or hail a black cab on any highway.

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Where to Park?

birmingham fc parkingThere is a small car park at the away end, but this is shared with coaches, so space can be very limited. Limited on-street parking is available for early arrivals. Several fans have recommended parking at the “Birmingham Wheels” racing circuit in Saltley. Secure parking is offered, within a 15-minute walk of St. Andrews. Some local schools and businesses also offer reasonable priced parking facilities.

Away Friendly Pubs near St. Andrew’s

pubs near st andrews stadiumMost of the pubs near St. Andrew’s are not recommended for away supporters. For those arriving by train, many away fans have recommended The Wellington, on Bennetts Hill. This pub specialises in real ales, with about 15 different types. It does not serve food, but has no objections to patrons bringing their own. The Briar Rose, also on Bennetts Hill, has received favourable reviews.

En route to the ground, The Anchor, on Bradford Street (behind Digbeth bus station) is frequented by some home fans, but the welcome is reported as friendly. The Cricketers Arms is a 10-minute walk from the ground and is another pub shared by home and away fans. It is small and crowded, though there are tables outside. Otherwise, alcohol is served within the stadium.

Hotels near St. Andrew’s

thistle birmingham cityThe 4-star Thistle Birmingham City, Saint Chads Queensway, Birmingham B4 6HY is 1½ miles from the city centre and has received excellent reviews with regard to service, comfort, cleanliness and value for money. It is adjacent to an NCP car park.

ramada birminghamThe Ramada Birmingham City Centre, 160 Wharfside Street, The Mailbox, Birmingham B1 1RL is located in the Mailbox leisure and shopping centre, about 1½ miles from St. Andrew’s . The hotel is a glass-fronted building overlooking Birmingham’s canals. The rooms have airy modern décor, TV with pay movies, direct dial phones with free local calls, coffee/tea makers and wireless internet connections. Satellite TV is provided in the bar lounge.

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What have other Away Fans said about their trip to St. Andrew’s?

away fans birminghamMany visiting fans have found the atmosphere within the ground intimidating. With only plastic netting separating the rival supporters, many away supporters were made to feel uncomfortable by abuse and gestures from the home support. Several visitors have had altercations with home fans and advise keeping colours covered in the city centre and near the ground.

Away fans have been universal in their praise of the view of the action from the North Stand, though several have found legroom limited. Catering facilities have been reported as excellent in terms of range and quality of products on offer, though the concourses become extremely crowded and queues are very long.

Your comments about Birmingham City – St Andrews


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  1. John

    St Andrews is pretty easy to find, and there is parking to be had on-street not too far from the ground. However, we ended up parking in with the home fans in a car-park just behind the stadium. Cost something like £5. Seemed a great option at the time, until the end of the game, when we arrived back at our car to find the stewards had disappeared, and it was now a free-for-all to get approx 300 cars out of a single-car wide exit, onto a road that was queued with traffic. End result was that it took us over an hour and a half to get back onto the M5 afterwards. Next time, I’ll be parking further away from the ground, and walking in!

    The ground itself is pretty good – the home fans are right next to you, and quite vocal, but good natured with it too – although we did roll over and hand them a nice easy 3-0 win during my last visit, so that may have had something to do with it!

    We had a few pints in the ground, and although it took a while to get served, it was pretty reasonably priced.


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    • Rory

      ST ANDREWS IS A SHITHOLE!!!!


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  3. Rich

    Went to St Andrews with United this season and due to some sort of problem (frozen pipes was mentioned?) only one concessions stall was open for alcohol. This resulted in a crush that was pretty unpleasant indeed, worsened when the Pollice decided to get involved (pretty heavy handendly although not helped by some of the more ‘militant’ elements of United’s away following) and I was left feeling glad I had attended without my wife.

    The stewards adopted a relaxed attitude, they turned a blind eye to me taking a full pint into the stands at half time in order to escape the aforementioned shenanigans in the concourse.

    The stadium itself is a trek from the city centre and if it is your first visit it may be worth a taxi (£6/7) but on the way back you may as well walk (turn right out of the away coach park and follow the crowds across the roundabout at the bottom of the hill and then upto the city centre) as the traffic means it’s not much difference in time.

    Despite later hearing of trouble in the city centre in a couple of pubs, caused by Villa and not Birmingham supporters – I guess due to the the lack of fixtures that day the scallies got bored – I had a decent couple of beers afterwards in a Wetherspoons just down from Snow Hill without any bother,


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  5. Phil

    Went to Birmingham this season (09-10) and had near enough a pretty good day out. We drew 1-1 conceding in the last 2 minutes but apart from that, my time there was good.

    Negatives: The concourse was rammed, although saying this Spurs had 4,500 fans up there that day as they opened the whole railway end for us. Long cues and a bit of a struggle to get a beer, but thats to be expected.

    :The home support, were pretty dreadful and really didn’t make any effort whatsoever throughout the whole game, I was almost embarrassed for the. A few of their fans though were spending more of the game trying to give us all a bit of grief, but again, thats football.

    Positives: Really easy to get away and to the ground, very easy to find and quick to get out from. Got back to my car which was parked around 15 minutes away in a residential road, and as soon as I hit the dual carriageway on the way back to the m42 I had no problems at all.

    : Cheaper prices, but then again everywhere is out of London.

    Had no problem wearing my shirt on the way out, but I cant say what it would of been like had the home team lost, everyone seemed rather friendly although again that could change from week to week. The leg room was pretty bad in my opinion, but the stewards had no bother with the whole of the away end on their feet the whole 90 minutes.

    So overall a nice little away trip, one of the grounds that you have to go to atleast once in your life time.


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  7. Ben

    Home fans are poor but friendly.
    The stewards are brilliant (let you stand and sing.)
    The concourse is small but that makes for a great atmosphere. All in all great day out.


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  9. gary

    Best away day of the season Broad street is only a ten minuite walk with every bar going. Blues fans are mental which you want from every away day stewards are good drink is great 10/10


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  11. Ryan

    As an Aston Villa fan myself, you might say my opinions are biased. But I’ll try keep it as unbiased as possible for the sake of the away fans travelling to St Andrews.

    First of all, as you go in the Away entrance is parallel to the Home entrance and as you’d expect from an Aston Villa, showing our colours wasn’t appropriate, but was still done with pride, there was enough police, so in theory for any other club showing your colours shouldn’t be an issue whatsoever.

    For those who want an early snack, there is the McDonalds island just outside the entrance of St Andrews, which is usually rammed full of Blue noses, and unfortunately for us, this was a place we had to cover our colours up as there is a track record for many fights/riots to occur at the McDonalds Island for our bitter rivalry.

    Whether it was because of it was a derby game or not, there is many reporters outside the gates, so if you’re camera shy, It’d be advised to not linger outside the gates.

    The concourse, I must say, is shocking. It felt like being in my Garden Shed at times due to the slanted roof. The prices for food is a tad expensive. Not many deals, the best one anyone found was the pie and pint for a fiver.

    In the stand the stewards will happily let you stand all match and sing, you can take as many photos as you want and taunting the opposition fans to your right was not once frowned upon, and considering there was a policeman/woman and a steward per row I was suprised. The leg room is pretty poor, but when you’re standing the whole match it isn’t really and issue.

    The home fans were dreadful, on this occasion, (16/1/2011). Absolutely appalling for a derby match. Many, many empty seats, their capacity is just over 30k and the stadium seated 22k for this game. Aston Villa sold their tickets off and were granted with extra seats to go on general sale for Villa fans due to the Blues not selling their own…

    Their was a whole stands worth of fans missing from the opposite side of the stadium, and their wasn’t many home fans alongside us within the Gil Merrick lower. No fans were seated in Gil Merrick upper due to objects being thrown up and down between fans, as you’d expect being a derby…

    Although on this occasion, the home fans were appalling, against other teams I’ve heard from Blues fans that regularly attend home games, their is a mixed reaction from the Blue noses, one game the atmosphere will be electric, the next it’ll be virtually non-existant. As for us, well they haven’t the best record against us in recent years, maybe this was the reason behind empty seats and poor home atmosphere.

    Overall, the positives would be that the stewards are excellent in allowing fans to stand and sing all game, take pictures, bring your pint etc into the stand, and the atmosphere maybe good for other teams…

    But the negatives prevail in my honest opinion with poor a very poor and shabby concourse and home support from the times I’ve been that is…


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    • Ryan

      Thanks to the Carling Cup pitch invasion, 8 blocks were closed under police advice. Which explains the empty seats. We wern’t allowed in.


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  13. Jamie

    We parked at a nursing home accross from Macdonalds for a fiver and we noticed most away fans parked there, attendent on entrance, so secure enough and had no problems with colours showing even went to macdonalds and no problems, Birmingham fans shocking no atmosphere from their fans only ours, we had a good day out, facillities not bad same old, nothing spectacular, we did see on leaving Birmingham a few young idiots chasing away fans, but we had no bother, took my 7 year old son, all in all a good day out.


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  15. nathan

    I have been here a few times and found the experience very good if you were neutral clothes you will be alright. I went to blues vs villa as a neutral in january 2011 i just need to say that villa did not sell all their seats on the 16/1/11. they were only allocated a 3rd of the Gil merrick stand and only filled the top half, there was one block completely empty; there were officially only 1328 away fans(allocation was 2,000).


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    • Craig

      This information is not true! we were never given 2000 tickets for this game due to an earlier meeting in the cup where violence occured, therefore we were only allocated 1200 due to police intervention and then supplied an extra 150 on the day before the game.


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  17. Reece

    I know that i cant really say much about the away fan’s day, but what i can say is that, on the January 2011 derby match between Blues and Villa, the reason for low attendance is because a limited amount of people were aloud in, home and away. Admitted, our support is VERY up and down, one match we will have the loudest most passionate support every, intimidatiing and up for a fight, whereas other days, we will not sing, not be loud, and let away fans do anything. Our attendance is pretty good on the whole, it’s the away fans that ruin it, there are 9/10 given a few thousand too many seats, and rarely fill it, bringing out attendance down. Also, our stadium is three quarters a top, top stadium, with just one stand (The Garrison Land Stand) letting it down, which is the case for a lot of clubs. What i can guarntee is that there is always good arguements between home and away fans and rarely a dull moment. Come on you BLUES!


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  19. Steve

    The ground is alright, stewards are good, prices are a rip off! But the home support was deafening and the atmosphere was magnificent very loud support i have to give it to them, and outside there was violence between the fans the brummies were mental and definatley hide your colors outside the ground.


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  21. neil

    Been to St andrews twice owing to the fact i live in the midlands area it is an easy chance to follow the saints away , the Ground itself is very compact apart from the one stand on the side which is crumbling, The away section offers a great view of the pitch, We took around 1500 considering the journey most saints fans would have to make not the worst turnout , The game itself was a thrill a minute with Birmingham eventually winning 3-2 mainly due at the time from the influence of Cristophe Dugarry , The game for some reason was an allocated flag day for Birmingham and whilst some supporters i know feel that flags at an English game is somewhat continental on this occasion it gave the whole match an end of season party feel , I dont often come out from a stadium praising the home team support but anyone like me who finds the atmosphere just as important to the day as the game itself has to make a journey to st andrews , Maybe it was just a one off day but on this occasion the home fans were incredibly noisy , Great ground apart from the one side incredible atmosphere been back once since .


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  23. Hadyn

    As a Bristol City fan going to this much as well as 1,200 others, it would be a real test seeming as we were in the bottom three and Birmingham had been in Europe earlier in the season. I went by car to go to the game and arrived at a McDonald’s (a 5 minute walk from the ground) at 1.30. The fast food restaurant was reasonably busy but not to crowded. (I advise many away supporters to use McDonald’s as a parking place for the match). We finished our lunch and went to the match.

    The atmosphere was quite quiet until we scored. The Birmingham fans showed good support when they equalized but apart from that it was a quiet atmosphere. The game ended 2-2.

    Getting away from the stadium is bit of a pig with most fans heading onto the same road, but as soon as we got onto the motorway we got home reasonably quick.

    Overall a good day out and would easily go again, but because of parking and traffic, will probably go by coach (which I recommend).


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  25. Kirk

    I just thought I would let you know that there is a 200 space car park right near St Andrews. It is a 2 min walk from the stadium, is owned by Connect Church and is only £5. It is on Coventry road, heading from the city toward the stadium. Let any visiting fans know!


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  27. Luke

    Been to St Andrews a few times now and experienced a mixture of results. It’s fair to say, this is a decent away day. Never had any real trouble getting to the ground. Traffic gets a bit busy towards the ground but that is expected. Every time, I have parked up in an area of wasteland on Cattell Road. Just drive in along the A4540 and turn left at the large island where McDonalds is. The far park is half way up the hill on the left. £5 so standard price and it is basically a three minute walk to the entrance to the away section. There are also some decent food vans on the hill offering fairly good food for good money. Programme sellers are also dotted around. You then turn in through the away end coach park. Stewards at the turnstiles do frisk and search bags but nothing too severe. I then like how you almost enter the stand from underneath it. Up the steps and the concourse is quite large. The food bars don’t offer loads but queues are short before games. Toilets are ok and it’s easy to find seats. The view is decent from almost anywhere. Birmingham fans to the left make a bit of noise but atmosphere isn’t amazing. Can have a bit of banter with brummy fans though which makes it better. Pitch is generally ok, nothing like our pitch at the City Ground though. The ground looks pretty good but the stand with the Paddocks looks a bit old and small. Easy to get out the ground and no trouble. Have to wait a while to get out the car park but it’s a great option if you’re with children or something like that. Decent trip. 7/10


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  29. Gary Peel

    Parked near Cricketers arms pub (400yds) from ground. Sign outside said “home fans only” but this was tap room side, Main side was a great mix of home and away, Really good beer, great service and friendly ‘Blue Nose’ fans too. Met leeds fans who “always stop here, got here at 11.30!” I put it in the sat nav ready for next time too. No worries about recommending this one,. Don’t go near the George Hotel, the guys at the the crickerters said we, “might go in the door, but would comer out the window pretty soon after!” Marching on Together 27-4-14


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  31. Chris

    My trip to St Andrews not a bad journey about 4 hours with it been a cup tie on a Wednesday night we packed the Gill Merrick Stand it was 3 60 a pint inside the ground but before i went to the gift shop just something to remember the game by the fans arnt that bad i have to say and of course Sunderland won the game 3-0 1st half we were shocking but 2nd half diffrent class and nice atmosphere and i would recommend a trip to Birmingham City i would return if they get promoted back to the Premier League.

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