Our Impressions of The Stadium
Buckingham Road has a capacity of 4,500 with 400 seats. For big games with segregation away fans should use the entrance at the far end of the ground as you approach it.
There a two hotels a few yards from the ground. The Holiday Inn Aylesbury and the Travel Inn Aylesbury.
Data supplied by Allan Roberts - 22nd June 2002
Directions to The Stadium
From The M1
Exit the M1 at J15a, and take the A43 towards Towcester. From there follow all signs to Buckingham on the A413, and stay on the A413 until you reach Aylesbury. Once in Aylesbury, go straight over the first roundabout and the ground is the next turning on the left, about 100 yards on.
From The M40
Exit the M40 at Junction 9, then take the A41 first to Bicester and then to Aylesbury. Go straight over the first four roundabouts once you enter Aylesbury itself, following all signs for the A413 to Buckingham. At the fifth roundabout (by the Shell Garage) take the left hand exit. Go left at the next roundabout and the ground is about 100 yards on the right, almost opposite the 'Horse & Jockey' pub.
From The M25
Exit the M25 at Junction 20, and take the A41 signposted for Aylesbury. As you enter Aylesbury, go straight over the first two roundabouts. At the two mini roundabouts (by the Esso Garage), go straight over the first and turn right at the second. Continue on this road, over the bridge and straight over the next roundabout, following any signs for the A413 to Buckingham. Go right at the next roundabout and the ground is about 100 yards on the right, almost opposite the 'Horse & Jockey' pub.
Aylesbury is well served by rail from London Marylebone via both Amersham and High Wycombe, with services generally running every half hour; however check with the operator for news of weekend maintenance work. The walk from the station takes approximately half an hour, so you might want to think about taking a taxi.
The bus station is a good half hour walk from the ground and is in fact, quite near the railway station. Buses to Buckingham stop by the 'Horse & Jockey' pub, opposite the ground.