If you are travelling down to watch the Spireites face Maidstone on Saturday, here is some important information on travel and parking.
Car parking: There isn't any parking available at the ground
Matchday parking: Parking within the stadium is reserved. Please do not go to James Whatman Way unless you have a pre-reserved parking pass.
Other car parks (pay and display) in the local area are located at Invicta House (a five-minute walk), Sandling Road (a five-minute walk), Maidstone East Train Station (seven-minute walk) and Fremlin Walk (a ten-minute walk).
Maidstone Lions operate a charity car park at Maidstone Job Centre Plus (Staceys Street) on matchday Saturdays.
Parking by the River Medway:
Park at Lockmeadow Centre on Barker Road (ME16 8LW). Cross Lockmeadow Millennium Bridge and pass All Saints Church and the Archbishops’ Palace, along the towpath to the Gallagher Stadium.
Road: M20 (junction 6) and M2 (junction 3). Follow signs to Maidstone on the A229. At the White Rabbit roundabout, take the third exit on to James Whatman Way.
Rail: There are two mainline train stations within walking distance of the Gallagher Stadium.
Maidstone East is on the London/Ashford International line and Maidstone Barracks is on the Medway Valley line.
Spireites supporters enter via turnstile 8, opposite the Kent History & Library Centre on James Whatman Way.
Maidstone United FC
James Whatman Way