A guide to the Iron's stadium
Glanford Park holds four stands, three of which are all-seater, while a fourth is a terrace for home supporters only. Each seated stand is from (front-to-back) row A to row M, while all four stands have supporting pillars which will restrict some views.
All four stands are single-tiered and have access to refreshments, toilets and bars, as detailed below:
EASY BUY STAND - Main / West Stand (Home supporters only)
The most popular seating stand here, this stand houses the executive boxes and areas, the boardroom, directors box, restaurant, press box and family area.
This stand has fewer supporting pillars that restrict your view, with just two in the stand.
The family area is a popular place to introduce your children to football with Scunthorpe United, with a number of like-minded families amongst the area and a visible presence of the Iron's mascot Scunny Bunny on matchdays.
Catering and toilet facilities are located at both ends of the stand.
Executive pass holders have access to the Sir Ian Botham Executive Lounge, while supporters can also make use of the restaurant when booking packages in advance.
The stand also holds the changing rooms, ticket office, club shop and club offices.
Entrances - Main reception (hospitality, directors, press), turnstile gates 1A, B and C and 8A and B.
BRITCON STAND - North Stand (Home supporters only)
The Britcon Stand is a terrace (standing) stand located behind one of the goals at Glanford Park and plays host to a very vocal section of fans located at the back of the stand to make a vibrant and enjoyable atmosphere in the stand.
Catering is available at both corners of the stands with the toilets located at the north-west corner. The Iron Bar is also attached to the stand, opening before the turnstiles and can be accessed from a side door in the stand and the outside of the stadium.
Entrances - Turnstile gates 2A, B and C and 3A and B.
EAST STAND - East Stand (Home supporters only)
The East Stand is opposite the Lincs Lifts Stand on the east side of the ground with four supporting pillars along the stand.
Underneath the stand is a concourse which has various alcoholic and non-alcoholic refreshments and snacks, while toilets are located at either side of the stand and also just next to the concourse.
This stand has the capability to house disabled supporters with wheelchair bays located centrally in the stand to provide a good viewing perspective of the game, while the disabled toilets are located in the north-east corner of the ground.
Please note, away supporters are occasionally situated in the overspill section of this stand depending on numbers travelling from the respective opposition.
Entrances - Turnstile gates 4A, B and C and 5A and B
AMS STAND - South Stand (Away supporters only)
The AMS Stand is reserved for away supporters unless, where stated, the Iron are running special promotions where travelling fans may be situated elsewhere.
The stand is all-seated, holding up to 1,678 fans with TV screens and a bar located under the stand, with two access points close to the turnstile entry.
Entrances - Turnstile gates 6A, B and C and 7A and B.