YOUR FIRST VISIT TO BRIDLINGTON TOWN AFC !!
We look forward to welcoming you to The Hudgell Solicitor Stadium, the below guide should help you plan ahead and make the most of your visit to our club!
Information such as parking information, admission and programme prices, local places to eat etc. will be provided so that when you visit Bridlington Town, you can have both a pleasant and enjoyable day out.
Who are we?
Bridlington Town football club play their home games at The Hudgell Solicitor Stadium, Queensgate, and we play in predominantly red. The club’s nickname is The Seasiders and we play in the Northern Counties East League Premier Division.
From South (Hull, Beverley, Barmston, Beeford): Approach Bridlington on the A165, passing golf course on right and both Lobster Pot Pub and Kingsmead Estate on left. Straight through first set of traffic lights then right at traffic lights opposite B&Q. At next traffic lights turn left and over the railway bridge. Bear left at roundabout then up Quay Road.to traffic lights and turn right into Queensgate. Ground and car park is 800 yards up the road on the right.
From South and West (Driffield, Hull, York): Approach Bridlington on A614. (This was formally the A166). Straight on at traffic lights (Hospital on right) and follow the road round the bend. At roundabout straight across to mini roundabout and bear right (second exit). Follow road around to right and to traffic lights. Straight on. At next traffic lights (just after Kwikfit) turn left into Queensgate. Ground is 800 yards up the road on the right.
From North (Scarborough): Approach Bridlington (Esso garage on right) at roundabout turn left then at mini roundabout second exit. Follow road around to right and to traffic lights. Straight on. At next traffic lights (just after Kwik-fit) turn left into Queensgate. Ground is 800 yards up the road on the right.
Parking, admission etc.
There’s plenty of free parking spaces within the ground. If you’re travelling by public transport, Station: Bridlington ¾m. Up Station Approach, left into Quay Road which becomes St John’s Street, right into Queensgate and ground is on right.
Admission is £6 for adults and £3 for concessions, and there is a 3000 capacity at Queensgate with a 500 seater stand.
Our 7 times award winning programme Seasiders Review was voted best in the NCEL by Non League soccer club swap shop for the fifth season in a row and came 8th in Non League football out of 670 entries, we were also voted The Bootiful Game magazine programme of the season for the last two seasons , features include a word from our manager Curtis Woodhouse, notes from various volunteers of the club, and fun player interviews. The programmes are £1.50 and are your ultimate chance to acquaint yourself with the goings on around Bridlington Town.
Our clubhouse is open before and after the game for those of you who like to have a pint at the football. Whether it’s a hopeful one before the game or a pint to toast a win or ease the pain of defeat our fantastic bar staff are there to accommodate you.
We also show live games on BT Sport
Finally, we sincerely hope you enjoy your trip to Queensgate. We appreciate you’ll want to cheer your team and encourage your players but please bear in mind the supporters conduct policies put in place by the governing bodies. Any offensive language or abusive behavior towards players, staff or officials will not be tolerated.