Cheshunt FC A Guide For Supporters of Visiting Clubs
Travel & Site information for visitors to Cheshunt FC.
Address: The Stadium
T: 01992 625793
Getting to the ground
From the M25 motorway exit at Junction 25 taking the A10 (Great Cambridge Road) north following signs for Hertford. At the first roundabout take the third exit following signs for Cheshunt/Waltham Cross A121 (Winston Churchill Way). At the next roundabout take the first exit following signs for Cheshunt B176 (High Street). Continue under the Railway Bridge and turn left at the next mini roundabout into Theobalds Lane. Cheshunt Stadium is 800 yards on the right hand side. The ground has a car park with spaces for 200+ vehicles.
If travelling from the north, follow the A10 south through Cheshunt. Theobalds Lane is on the left 100 yards before the Winston Churchill Way roundabout (immediately after the pedestrian bridge). Note: This is a tight turning, indicate early, and slow down gradually as the A10 traffic will be fast moving. The entrance to the ground is 200 yards on the left hand side immediately after the width restriction.
Theobalds Grove Station is a five minute walk away on the corner of the High Street and Theobalds Lane and enjoys a half hourly service to & from Seven Sisters (Victoria Line) and Liverpool Street. Please note that Cheshunt Station is not the nearest station to the ground although train services from Liverpool Street are quicker, it is a thirty minute walk/ £10 taxi ride.
Bus routes 310, 310a (Waltham Cross to Hertford) 242 (Waltham Cross to Potters Bar) and 251 (Waltham Abbey to Cheshunt) all stop at Theobalds Grove Station.
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The Sports Bar opens at 12:00 on a match day, & when broadcast, the Sports Bar & Fanzone have a total of 6 screens showing live football matches. Amber Eats provides Teas, Coffees and a variety of hot food. On busy days the bar in Club Amber will also be available.
Programmes are available at the turnstile, and club shop. The shop also stocks enamel badges, key rings, mugs, etc to mark your visit, and for those of you interested in old programmes, club historian & programme editor Jim Tuite has a selection to sell, swap or trade.
Cheshunt FC is a community based, family friendly club, please be mindful of your language and who is around you whilst at the match. Unless otherwise instructed, the stadium area is open to both sets of fans, we encourage discussion, debate and support of your team. The pitch area is out of bounds, to all supporters, at all times. Please do not bring flares or coloured smoke sticks into the ground, whilst colourful, our first priority is the safety of all in attendance, please join us in this objective.
In the event of the stadium needing to be evacuated, the exits are clearly marked, please follow the guidance of stewards and home club officials and listen for announcements via the stadium tannoy. There is lots of room for everyone in the areas surrounding the stadium, please leave in an orderly fashion. If you leave the immediate area please tell a friend or colleague so that we are not searching for you inside the stadium.
Please consider bringing a club scarf to hang in the Cheshunt FC Fanzone, the Cheshunt fans work to fund and maintain the Fanzone themselves, and encourage visitors to leave a scarf to mark their attendance.
There is a childrens’ Astro football cage next to the Sports Bar, young children (sorry no adults) of away fans are welcome to join the local kids enjoying this facility.
Defibrillators are available at the main stand, 3G pitch and bar area, Club First Aiders are available to assist you if required, please ask at the Club Shop, Sports Bar or Main Stand.
Ladies & Gents Toilets are available outside next to the home turnstiles, and inside the Sports Bar. Facilities for disabled supporters are available outside at the home turnstiles and inside, within Club Amber (Please ask at the Sports Bar for access) .
Cheshunt FC currently operate a No Dogs policy (except guide/assistance dogs) Please do not bring your dog & expect the stewards to bend the rules. If you bring family and that includes your dog, there is a very dog friendly park opposite the ground (Cedars Park) with toilets, Café and plenty of space your dog will enjoy more, on and off lead with a family member, while you enjoy the match.