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Guide for away fans


All the information visiting supporters need about the home of Scunthorpe United can be found on this page.

The Attis Arena is located just off the M181 and is well signposted from all routes into the town.

Post code: DN15 8TD.
Over 600 spaces are available for both home and away fans within the stadium complex priced at £5 per car. You can make a £1 saving by booking in advance via The local retail parks operate restrictions on a matchday. If you would like to book your coach in for entry please call 01724 747670.

Disabled parking: Free to blue badge holders on a first come, first served basis on a matchday. These spaces in the East Car Park can also be reserved in advance by calling the ticket office during opening hours on 01724 747670 or email with your request and copy of blue badge.


AMS STANDSouth 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. 

Ticketing arrangements vary depending on the fixture and will be publicised in advance of the game. We have no cash turnstiles and where sales are available on the day, this will be from the ticket booth in the north east corner. League fixtures are subject to a price increase if purchased on the day.

James Moody is Scunthorpe United's SLO and can be contacted on the below.

Tel: 01724 747670
By post: James Moody, Supporters' Liaison Officer, Scunthorpe United FC, Jack Brownsword Way, Scunthorpe, DN15 8TD. 

Julie Taylor is Scunthorpe United's Fans' Liaison Officer, which is a voluntary role taken by a supporter who does not work for the football club, but able to answer some of the supporter-related questions.

By post: Julie Taylor, Fans' Liaison Officer, Scunthorpe United FC, Jack Brownsword Way, Scunthorpe, DN15 8TD. 

Click here to view Trip Advisor's Top 10 list of things to do in Scunthorpe. Please note that some of these, for example the Baths Hall and the Plowright Theatre, are very unlikely to be open on a matchday morning but the guide is handy should you want to make more of your visit to Scunthorpe than just going to watch the football, perhaps by stretching it out over a weekend.

The town centre is just under 10 minutes further on from the stadium in the car, if you take the second exit at Berkeley Circle after passing the Attis Arena.

There is a Travelodge adjacent to the stadium but should you wish to stay overnight before the game, click here for a guide to local hotels and prices.

When you get to the Attis Arena, there are plenty of things you could get up to. 

You can check in advance if the Iron Bar is available for away fans by calling our ticket office on 01724 747670 or emailing

In addition, around the stadium, there are numerous eating establishments, plus a shopping complex.

If you arrive early enough, and fancy a walk, it takes around 30 minutes to walk into the town centre, where there are numerous bars and eating establishments.

Our turnstiles open an hour and a half before kick-off, with the away bar also open from that period of time. 

The bar opens from 1.30pm on a Saturday and 6.15pm for an evening kick off. The bar serves both draught beer and lager (subject to safety advice), as well as serving a selection of snacks and hot food. Our matchday menu can be seen here.

Should you have particular requests or queries prior to your visit to Glanford Park then please do not hesitate to contact us by emailing

You need to be granted permission to bring large flags and instruments into Glanford Park for a match. To submit your request, please email no later than 48 hours before the game.

Scunthorpe United Football Club reserves the right to refuse entry to any supporter attempting to bring in unauthorised items.

By car:
From all Routes, M180: The ground has got be one of the easiest to find in the Football League.

It is situated on the outskirts of Scunthorpe, very close to the motorway.

Leave the M180 at Junction 3 and take the M181 and then the A1077 for Scunthorpe.

Turn right at the first roundabout onto the A18 and right again into the large car park at the ground.

For local travel and matchday news, tune into BBC Radio Humberside on 95.9FM, 1485AM, DAB Digital Radio and online via

By train: The station is over two miles away from the stadium. Therefore a taxi is probably the easiest way to get to the ground.

If you fancy a walk though, turn left out of the station and head towards the crossroads (facing a church) and turn right into Oswald Road, going past a set of traffic lights and the Honest Lawyer and Blue Bell pubs.

At the next traffic lights turn left into Doncaster Road (where there a number of fast food outlets).

Then just go straight down this road and you will eventually reach Glanford Park on your left.

For the latest train information, click here.

There are regular services to Scunthorpe from a number of surrounding towns and villages, click here for more details.

By bus: Otherwise, if you're coming from the train station, as you pass the Blue Bell pub on your left, turn left onto Doncaster Road where you can catch Stagecoach Bus Numbers 1 (every 30 minutes, becomes an hourly 1a on Sundays), 35 (hourly, not on Sundays) and 90 (two-hourly, not on Sundays) down to the ground.

When on the bus, the closest stop to Glanford Park is situated at Tesco on the retail park, which will also be the bus stop used to take you back to the town centre via the same service routes.

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