Our Impressions of Twerton Park
Twerton Park is an older style ground, it's been there for about 70 years, and is large for a club at this level. Bristol Rovers ground shared in the 80s & 90s which is why people may have heard of it, but have never heard of Bath City.
The ground capacity is 8,840. There are two stands which hold 790 & 236, uncovered terraces behind each goal and covered terracing everywhere else. Away fans generally stand at the 'Bristol' end (the western end) and if there is segregation they get that area and the smaller stand. Entrance is ?7.50 for league games this season (season 2003/2004).
There's a club shop with a massive collection of old & non-league programmes for the enthusiast. Three tea huts & a bar with Sky for the early / late kick offs.
Directions to Twerton Park
Take junction 19 of the M4 on to the M32 and take the first (immediate) exit onto the Bristol ring road, A4174, going left signposted towards Bath. Follow this road and the signs to Bath until you join the A4 at Keynsham, again signposted Bath. Follow this through Saltford then take the right hand fork at the traffic lights after the dual carraigeway (A36). Turn right at the next set of lights under the railway bridge and Twerton Park is on your left.
FOR HIGH VEHICLES: you won't be able to go under the railway bridge mentioned in the directions above (people try far too regularly!). At the roundabout after Saltford and before the dual carraigeway in the directions above (Globe pub on the roundabout) take the 2nd exit. Take the first left and Twerton Park is on your right about a mile down that road.
Bath spa station is 2 miles away. Come out of the station and cross the road straight ahead and the bus station is on the left. Take the number 5 bus to Twerton from the stop behind the bus station.
Local Area around Twerton Park
Currently no restrictions on parking in the streets around the ground. A large car park at the ground but this fills up early and there is a charge.