Our guide to Maidenhead United and York Road has been compiled courtesy of information supplied by Steve Jinman .
We hope you enjoy your visit to the Magpies. To see all the away day guides, visit our section here.
Editors note: This information has been sourced from the club and is accurate at the time of publication. It should not be considered an endorsement by named club or Football in Berkshire. If in doubt about any match – please ALWAYS check with the hosting club before you travel.
Club name – Maidenhead United FC
Ground address – York Road, Maidenhead, SL6 1SF
Competitions the club competes in – FA Cup, FA Trophy, Berks & Bucks County Cup
Contacting the club
The best way for supporters to contact the club – Twitter or Facebook
Club contact email or number – [email protected]
Club twitter account – @MUFCYorkRoad
Ground location and transport details
Nearest railway station – Maidenhead
Recommended Taxi Company and number –
Local bus company and nearest bus stop –
Nearest public car parks to the ground – Town Hall, Stafferton Way, Grove Road, West Street, The Broadway.
Nearest pub (other than club house) – O’Neills
Best pub in town (other than club house) – Off the Tap
Nearest hotel – Travelodge
Anything else worth seeing locally for anyone making a day of it? – Brunel’s sounding arch railway bridge over the Thames. Boulters Lock
Match day experience
Does the club offer a season ticket or membership? – Season ticket
What is the cost of a season ticket or membership? – Adult: £190, OAP/NUS/UB40: £135, Youth (16-18) £90, Junior Magpie (Under 16) Free, Premium (Reserved seat and programme) Adul:t £320, OAP/NUS/UB40: £265
Are there any restrictions to a season ticket or membership? – League & Friendly matches only
What is the standard ADULT match ticket price? – £15
What is the standard CONCESSION (OAP/under 16) match ticket price? – OAP/NUS/UB40: £10 Under 16: £5
Facilities at the ground – Licensed bar, Covered standing, Covered seating, Disabled Seating Area, Disabled Toilets, Tea bar, Hot food, Hard standing around the pitch, Floodlights, Match day programme, Match day raffle, Real Ale/Cider, Devonshire Suite Hospitality
Cost of a cup of tea or coffee – £1.50
Cost of a match day programme – £3
Cost of a burger – £3.50
Cost of a pint of standard lager or ale – £4
Does the club have a shop? – Yes, at the ground
Final question, anything you want to add about your club? Why should a supporter come to you? – To visit the world’s oldest senior football ground continuously used by the same club where FA Cup ties have been held since 1871.
Images used by kind permission of Laurence Reade. Read about his visit here.