Huish Park has a capacity of 9,665, with seating for 5,212. It is the home ground of Yeovil Town FC.
The stadium is in the suburbs of Yeovil and was built as a replacement for the former non-league club’s previous ground, The Huish, in 1990.
The ground has two seated stands (the Cowlin Stand and the Agusta Westland Community Stand) and two separate standing areas (the Blackthorn Stand and Copse Road Terrace, the latter being the away stand). The away end is uncovered, so be prepared to get very wet if it rains!
How to get to Huish Park
The Huish Park ground is located in Lufton Way, Yeovil, Somerset BA22 8YF.
From the North, follow the southbound M5 as far as junction 25, exiting onto the A358 towards Ilminster until joining the A303. Continue east along the A303 then take the A3088 into Yeovil. At the first roundabout, take the first exit at the Western Avenue roundabout into Lufton Way. The main entrance to the ground is on the right.
From the South, drivers are advised to follow the A37 into Yeovil, turning left onto the A30 (West Coker Road). At the next roundabout, take the 2nd exit onto the A3088 (Watercombe Lane) and follow it through one roundabout. At the next, take the 2nd exit onto Bunford Lane. Take the 1st exit at the next roundabout onto Lufton Way and the ground is on the left.
Yeovil has two railway stations, Yeovil Junction and Pen Mill Junction, on opposite sides of the town from the ground. Visitors advise that a taxi is the most convenient method of getting to the ground from both stations. A “Hopper” minibus service operates from Yeovil Junction to the town centre, where First Traveller service no. 1 leaves from a stop outside Lloyds TSB in the High Street and drops off near the stadium. Click here to check the current train timetables
The nearest airport is Bristol, at a distance of 30 miles. The Bristol International Flyer coach service runs regularly to Bristol Temple Mead railway station, with connection to Yeovil Junction. Click here to check the current flight times
There are several taxi companies in Yeovil that can take you to and from Huish Park. You can always prebook a private hire taxi, or hail a black cab on any highway.
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Where to Park?
There is a decent-sized car park at the ground. Otherwise, there is plenty of street parking available on the roads near the ground. Early arrival is advised in the winter, as the overspill car park is a field which does not drain terribly well!
Away Friendly Pubs near Huish Park
Visiting fans advise that most of Yeovil is “away-friendly,” but the Arrow and the Bell and the Archers, both within 10-15 minutes of the ground, have received the best reports.
The Arrow is a spacious pub that is frequented predominantly by home supporters, though away supporters report a friendly welcome. From the Huish Park car park, walk back past the ground and turn right at the end of Lufton Way. At the end of this road, turn left onto the main road and take the first right. Go straight down this road through the residential area. After about 10 minutes, there is a clearing on your right with shops beyond and the Arrow pub in the middle.
The Bell, on Preston Road, towards the town centre, is a very large pub which offers a friendly welcome and serves excellent food. There is plenty of seating outside, which is very pleasant in good weather.
Hotels near Huish Park
Greystones Court Guest House 152 Hendford Hill, Yeovil BA20 2RG is an elegant, welcoming, Georgian Townhouse with modern, comfortable rooms. All rooms feature en suite facilities (either bath or shower) and are equipped with colour TV, hospitality tray and hairdryers. There are a number of family rooms. Huish Park is about 3 miles away.
Guest reviews have been excellent, noting a very friendly welcome, clean, quiet rooms and a great breakfast. The nearby pub is also recommended, serving excellent food in the evening.
What have other Away Fans said about their trip?
Most away fans have reported their visit to Huish Park as enjoyable, with an excellent atmosphere within the ground, aided by vocal home supporters, helped along by a drummer and trumpeter. Several fans have noted the stewards as being particularly helpful and friendly. The open Copse Road terrace is reported as “appalling” in bad weather, with visiting fans recommending the limited seats available in the covered AgustaWestland Community Stand.
The catering offered is the usual assortment of pies, pasties and burgers, of not particularly good quality. Many fans report difficulties in getting away from the ground, due to the single exit from the official car park.