The Dripping Pan, home to both Lewes F.C Men’s and Lewes F.C Women’s teams, is a historic stadium holding a maximum of 3,000 people.
In operation since 1885, The Dripping Pan is one of the most historic grounds in the Women’s league, with some brilliant moments had at this stadium over the years.
With the Women’s game becoming more and more popular, more people are beginning to flock to The Dripping Pan each week to see the Women’s team play.
- 1 How to Get to the The Dripping Pan
- 2 Where to Park At The Dripping Pan?
- 3 Away Friendly Pubs Near The Dripping Pan
- 4 Hotels Near The Dripping Pan
- 5 What Have Other Away Fans Said About Their Trip to The Dripping Pan?
- 6 The Dripping Pan Directions
- 7 Lewes F.C. Women Twitter
- 8 Sir Tom Finney Stadium FAQ's
- 9 Lewes F.C. Women Key Facts
- 10 Other FA Women’s Championship Football Grounds
How to Get to the The Dripping Pan
Here’s how to get to The Dripping Pan via all transport routes:
The Dripping Pan By Road
Driving to The Dripping Pan is easy enough, with an easy drive into the town and lots of places close to the stadium to leave your car.
We’ll detail later on in the article where some great areas to park are, to save you the hassle ahead of time.
The Dripping Pan By Train
Taking the train is often seen as the best way to get to The Dripping Pan, as Lewes Train Station is literally only a one minute walk away from The Dripping Pan Stadium itself.
Generally speaking, the trains aren’t too busy at Lewes Station either, so you should have a fairly stress-free trip.
Where to Park At The Dripping Pan?
Parking at The Dripping Pan itself is usually not a problem, with paid parking right outside the ground.
Alternatively, in the event that this car park is full, there’s plenty of on street parking opportunities around the ground as well.
Away Friendly Pubs Near The Dripping Pan
Most of the pubs near The Dripping Pan are in the centre of Lewes town, however the most local is The King’s Head, which is a fan favourite for those wanting a pint or two before the match.
Alternatively, the other pubs available to you include The Brewers Arms, The Royal Ark, Rights of Man and much more.
Other than that, because Lewes isn’t the biggest area, there’s not many more options when it comes to pubs close to The Dripping Pan.
Hotels Near The Dripping Pan
The most popular hotel near The Dripping Pan is probably The Premier Inn, Lewes Town Centre.
Despite this, here are some other hotels nearby:
- White Hart Hotel
- The Dorset
- The King’s Head
What Have Other Away Fans Said About Their Trip to The Dripping Pan?
Almost everyone who visits The Dripping Pan celebrates its traditional feel and welcoming atmosphere, which is often the case for smaller, more historical grounds such as this one.
The Dripping Pan is known for its family-friendly atmosphere, so a trip to this stadium should be safe for us.
As always with any area, do be cautious of your surrounding, particularly at night time.
The Dripping Pan Directions
Lewes F.C. Women Twitter
Sir Tom Finney Stadium FAQ's
Which is the away end at The Dripping Pan called?
The away end at The Dripping Pan is the Ham Lane End.
Lewes F.C. Women Key Facts
- Nickname: The Rooks
- Founded: 2002
- Capacity: 3,000
- Manager: Scott Booth
Other FA Women’s Championship Football Grounds
- Birmingham City Women - Damson Parkway
- Blackburn Rovers Ladies - Sir Tom Finney Stadium
- Bristol City Women - Bristol City High Performance Centre
- Charlton Athletic Women - The Oakwood
- Coventry United Ladies - Butts Park Arena
- Crystal Palace Ladies - Hayes Lane (Westminster Waste Stadium)
- Durham Women - The Graham Sports Centre
- FA Women's Championship Football Grounds
- Lewes F.C. Women - The Dripping Pan
- London City Lionesses - Princes Park
- Sheffield United Women - Proact Stadium
- Southampton F.C. Women - St Mary's Stadium
- Sunderland Ladies - The Hetton Centre
- Watford Ladies - Orbital Fasteners Stadium