Looking Towards The Loans 2 Go Stand (photo)
What Is It Like For Visiting Supporters?
UK Flooring Direct Main Stand (photo)
Where To Drink?
Britannia Tyres Stand (photo)
How To Get There By Car & Where To Park
Loans 2 Go Stand (photo)
South Terrace (photo)
Record & Average Attendance
Liberty Way Fans Ground Reviews
Liberty Way Location Map
|What's Liberty Way Like?|
|In 2007 Nuneaton Borough moved to the then
called Liberty Way stadium, after
spending 90 years at their former Manor Park home. The
Club went into liquidation in 2008 and were
subsequently reformed as Nuneaton Town. The stadium
itself although new, is largely open and is rather
bland in appearance. Three sides of the stadium are
comprised of terracing, whilst the remaining side
houses a small UK Flooring Direct Main Stand. This
Main Stand was opened for the 2010/11 season. It is
covered and all seated and houses 514 supporters. It
runs for around a quarter of the length of the pitch
and has a floodlight pylon to either side. Oddly this
stand does not sit astride the half way line, but on
one side towards the Loans 2 Go Stand at one end. This
side also houses the team dugouts and towards the
Britannia Tyres Stand has a couple of small structures
that house a Directors/Corporate hospitality area.
Opposite is an open terrace, which has the Rugby Clubhouse situated at the back of it. This terrace is split into separate compartments and has four floodlight pylons situated in front of it. At one end is the Britannia Tyres Stand a covered terrace, which is the home end of the ground. This stand can hold up to 1,800 fans and unusually the terracing is comprised not of concrete steps, but metal ones instead. At the opposite end, is the Loans 2 Go Stand which is a similar looking covered terrace, but is smaller in size. In one corner of the stadium in-between the Loans 2 Go Stand and South Terrace is a Security Control Box which has a clock mounted next to it. The ground is shared with Nuneaton Rugby Club.
The Club have outlined plans to double the size of the existing Main Stand, by adding a further 500 seats.
Towards The Loans 2 Go Stand
|What Is It Like For Visiting Supporters?|
Away supporters are
mostly housed in the Loans 2 Go Stand at one end of
the ground. This covered terrace can house up to 1,000
fans and normally a good amount of noise can be
generated from this area. In addition around 50 seats
are made available in the Main Stand. If ticketing is
not available then these are accessed by first paying
to go into the terrace and then paying an additional
£2 transfer fee to enter the seating area.
Refreshments are provided in-house by the Club and
include the usual fayre of Beef Burgers (£3), Hot Dogs
(£3), Pies (£3), Bacon Baps (£3.50) and Chips (£2). If
you are really hungry you can go for a Bacon Double
Cheeseburger (£5.50) with Chips and Curry Sauce
(£2.50). A visit to Nuneaton is normally a relaxed day
|Where To Drink?|
Although the Football Club does have a
Supporters Bar, this is only available to away fans
when games are not segregated as the bar is located
inside the stadium. However the Rugby Club has its own
Clubhouse which can be accessed from the Liberty Way
car park and welcomes away fans.
The nearest pubs are the Crows Nest and the
Acorn which are both about a ten minute walk away. The
Crows Nest, which if coming from the M6 you will pass
on your right, has Sky Sports television and also
serves food. The Acorn also offers food. To find these
pubs then at the entrance to the industrial estate
(with it and the stadium behind you) then turn right
at the roundabout and the Crows Nest is down on the
left, whilst for the Acorn turn left at the roundabout
and it is down on the left.
If you are arriving at Nuneaton Railway Station
then more or less opposite the station entrance is the
Crown pub. This pub is listed in the CAMRA Good Beer
Guide and normally has 10 ales on tap. Otherwise in
the nearby town centre are two Wetherspoons outlets;
the 'William White' and the 'Felix Holt'.
|How To Get There By Car & Where To Park|
From the West & South:
There is parking available at the
stadium at a cost of £2 per car. Otherwise there
is street parking available in the surrounding
Map showing the location of the Liberty Way Stadium (at the bottom of this page).
railway station is approximately 2 miles from the ground
and it will take around 35 minutes to walk.
The station is served by trains from Birmingham New Street, Manchester Piccadilly and London Euston.
Taxis are available from either outside Nuneaton station or from the taxi rank at the bus station in the nearby town centre.
Leave the station and turn left along Regent Street and where the road forks keep to the right, cross the road and go slightly down hill. At the next traffic lights turn left into Vicarage Street (signposted A444 Attleborough / Bulkington). Keep going along this road passing the Police Station / Justice Centre on your left. At the next roundabout with St.Nicholas Church on one corner turn left onto Church Street (signposted B4114 towards Attleborough). Proceed along Church Street passing a park on your right and then going under a railway bridge. Go straight on at the mini roundabout by the chinese takeaway into Attleborough Road, continue past the Rugger Tavern pub on your right and then the Attleborough Arms pub on your left as the road becomes Highfield Road. At the next roundabout take the first exit onto the A4254 towards Hinckley (also signposted Attleborough Fields Industrial Estate). You will go over a railway bridge and then go past the Crows Nest pub on your right. At the next roundabout turn left into Townsend Drive (signposted Nuneaton RFC / Attleborough Fields Industrial Estate). Then turn first right into Liberty Way for the stadium.
Thanks to Kevin Brown for supplying the directions.
if travelling by train then you can save on the
cost of fares by booking in advance.
Visit the the trainline
website to see how much you can normally save. Click on
the trainline logo below:
* Seating prices are £2
more which is paid inside the stadium to transfer to
the Main Stand seated area.
|Tamworth, Hinckley AFC, Bedworth United & Leamington.|
|Official Programme: £2.50|
|For details of disabled facilities please visit the Nuneaton Town website.|
|Nuneaton Town FC fixture list (takes you to the BBC Sports Website)|
|Record & Average Attendance|
3,480 v Luton Town
Conference Premier League, February 22nd 2014.
2013-2014: 1,209 (Conference Premier)
2012-2013: 974 (Conference Premier)
2011-2012: 779 (Conference North)
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|Map showing the location of Liberty Way, Railway Station and Listed pubs|
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