Welcome to the Completely-Suzuki Stadium, the home of Cheltenham Town Football Club.
Having developed in various stages over many years, the Completely-Suzuki Stadium (traditionally known as Whaddon Road) is a unique stadium with a character all of its own. It’s a world away from a modern concrete bowl.
From the sedate calm of neighbouring Cheltenham Whaddon Bowling Club playing on oblivious to the noise coming from inside, to the Cotswold hills clambering into the sky behind the JM Weston Colin Farmer Stand, Cheltenham Town’s home is unlike anywhere else.
We hope this guide will help you plan your visit and have a great time on the day.
For all the information you need on your visit to the Completely-Suzuki Stadium, read through our visitors guide made by the Robins Trust by clicking HERE.
Information on your journey to the Completely-Suzuki Stadium
The car park at the Completely-Suzuki Stadium is fully booked for all League fixtures for the 2023/24 season.
Please note there will therefore be no parking available to buy on the day of a match.
There is usually on street parking available around Pittville Circus, or closer to the town centre in the Portland Street or North Place NCPs (both around 10 minutes’ walk from the stadium).
From The North:
Leave the M5 at junction 10 and take the A4019 towards Cheltenham. Keep straight on through the traffic lights, until you come to large roundabout (there is a McDonalds on the left), at which you turn turn left. Continue up this road going over a double mini roundabout. Keep going for about 300 yards and then turn right into Swindon Lane. Go over the level crossing and straight over the next roundabout (signposted Prestbury) passing the race course on your left. Turn right into Albert Road (signposted Gloucestershire University) and at the bottom at the roundabout turn left into Prestbury Road, (the ground is signposted from here) and then further down Prestbury Road, turn right into Whaddon Road. The Completely-Suzuki Stadium is down on the left.
From The South:
Leave the M5 at Junction 11 turning right towards Cheltenham. Go across 1st roundabout - GCHQ is on your left. Turn left at the next roundabout, into Princess Elizabeth Way. Go straight over the next roundabout, (the exit is over at about "1 o'clock"). Keep on up this road, and you will come to a big roundabout, where you will see a McDonalds on the corner. Go straight across this roundabout and continue up this road going over a double mini roundabout. Then as North.
Nearest train station: Cheltenham Spa Railway Station
Frequent train routes run between Cheltenham and Gloucester, Bristol, Birmingham, Manchester and London. To get to the town centre from Cheltenham Spa railway station you can either walk (approximately 20 minutes), get the Stagecoach D bus (departs every 10 minutes during peak times) or get a taxi (there is a taxi rank at the station).