Away Guide | Basingstoke Town
3 October 2023
Merthyr Town are back on the road in Southern League Premier South action on Tuesday night with a trip to face Basingstoke Town in a 7:45pm kick-off.
Making the trip? Check out all you need to know...
Our ground parking is reserved for players, officials and our disabled spectators only.
Entry to the public car park at Winklebury Football Complex may be subject to an optional £1 donation.
Spectators are to park at RG22 6PG
Spectator parking is behind Loddon Vale Bowling Club on Leisure Park Road (RG22 6PG) & the safest route is about a 5-10 minute walk (if you follow the paths). The correct route will take you to a subway, underneath the railway line.
Please respect our Winklebury neighbours by NOT parking in the streets around the stadium and instead parking at the designated parking at Basingstoke Leisure Park.
From Basingstoke Train Station, take the No. 6 bus to Winklebury and depart at the Hampton Court stop. Winklebury Football Complex is situated on the opposite side of the road from the bus stop (situated on the right hand side).
Where possible, for a safer and smoother experience, we encourage spectators to purchase matchday tickets in advance via btfc.co.uk/tickets
Matchday tickets are also available on the gate on the day at the turnstiles – cash and card payments are accepted.
Please do not stand in areas marked with ‘No Standing’ signs.
Their current ‘Clubhouse’ is situated outside of the ground, situated at the Youth Centre on the right-hand side of the gated entry, serving hot and cold soft drinks. Alcohol is not to be taken in to or consumed within the stadium.
Their matchday programmes and club shop area can be found on the right side after entry via the main turnstile.
A burger van can be found inside the ground to the right of the Hampshire FA building.
Admission to Winklebury Football Complex on a matchday is governed by our BTCFC Supporter Behaviour Policy.