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Information for fans travelling to Havant & Waterlooville

15 March 2019

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Important information for supporters who are travelling to Havant & Waterlooville on Saturday.

Stadium address:

Havant & Waterlooville FC

Westleigh Park,

Martin Road,




Approaching from the North (A3/A3M)

Follow the A3 south until it becomes the A3M.

Just after it does take the B2149 turning, signposted to Emsworth. At the top of the sliproad turn left along Dell Piece East, follow the road to a small roundabout and turn right.

Continue along this road into Rowlands Castle and you'll be confronted by a small double roundabout with a Harvester restaurant on the left.

Go straight over the first and right at the second, taking the road running down the right hand side of the Shell petrol station.

Follow this road round until it becomes a dual carriageway. At the first set of traffic lights turn left into Bartons Road.

The ground will be on your right.

At the top of the hill immediately after a pedestrian crossing, turn right into Martin Road.

The entrance to the ground is several hundred yards along the road on your right.


Approaching from the east/west (A27) 

Turn off the A27 into Havant at the Hayling Island roundabout (A3023).

If coming from the west this is the first exit after the A3M split.

Follow the road through the town centre until you go over the railway and come to a roundabout.

Go straight on, through four sets of traffic lights.

At the fifth, (after a garage on your right and the Heron pub on your left), turn right into Bartons Road.

The ground will be on your right.

At the top of the hill immediately after a pedestrian crossing, turn right into Martin Road.

The entrance to the ground is several hundred yards along the road on your right.



Away Supporter Coach Parking at H & W FC.

Supporters Coaches and Minibuses are requested to attend the stadium, Stewards will direct you on arrival at the Stadium complex.


Traffic Commissioners guidelines - are followed as a matter of cause.

The Traffic Commissioners’ Guidelines, together with the Sporting Events (Control of Alcohol) Act 1985, as amended by the Public Order Act 1986, prohibits alcohol on a vehicle which :-

is either a public service vehicle or a vehicle adapted to carry more than 8 passengers (i.e., mini – bus) and ;

is being used for the principal purpose of carrying passengers for the whole or part of a journey to or from a designated sporting event.

Coach Operators are reminded to keep to the following new guidelines when carrying supporters to and from football matches :-

1. Coaches are not to stop within 10 miles of the venue either on route to or from the event unless prior agreement is obtained from the local Police Liaison Officer.

2. Unless directed otherwise by a Police Officer, coaches may not stop at premises where intoxicating liquor is sold unless it is sold as ancillary to a substantial meal.

3. Coaches are to arrive at the venue no earlier than two hours before and not later than one hour before kick-off.

4. Coaches are not to set down or uplift passengers at any unauthorised locations without prior permission of the police.

5. Coaches must leave the venue within one hour of the finish of the event.

The Commissioner has powers to attach conditions to Operators’ Licences in relation to journeys to and from football matches, but prefers to rely on co-operation between Operators and Police.

The Police have been asked to notify the Commissioner of any incidents where the guidelines have not been followed so that he may consider whether any conditions should be imposed.


Visiting Supporters Info.

Normally fans are not segregated at Westleigh Park.

If fans segregation is in force then away supporters are given all or part of the South Terrace at one end of the ground.

Up to 500 fans can be accommodated in this area.


Private Vehicles/Car Parking

Parking in the vicinity of the ground is limited but if supporters arrive in good time spaces should be available.

If parking in the nearby residential streets, please observe the signs and be aware that parking wardens will patrol the area on match days.


Havant Railway Station is situated just over a mile away from the ground.

It is served by trains from London Waterloo and Portsmouth.

Westleigh Park is around a 20-minute walk away

Leave the station by the north exit (that being the side that doesn't have the main ticket office).

Walk north up Leigh Road, directly ahead of you on leaving the station.

After half a mile the road eventually comes to a dead end by a junction onto a dual carriageway.

Cross the road by the pedestrian crossing on your right and walk along the right hand side of the dual carriageway (there is a pedestrian pavement, the route runs along a housing estate).

Eventually you will come to traffic lights, and if you look right you should see the dead end of a small road and the ground's floodlights beyond.

Turn into the road and the ground entrance is a hundred yards on the left.


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