The Bucks travel to Hereford this weekend to face a Bulls side who have an outside chance of pinching a playoff spot.
Hereford FC, Edgar Street, Hereford, HR4 9JU
Admission Prices Advance (up to 12pm)
Adults – £18.00 (Seats) £15.50 (Terrace)
Concessions – £15.50 (Seats) £13.00 (Terrace)
U21/Students – £9.00 (Seats) £8.00 (Terrace)
U16s – £3.00 Seats & Terrace
Match Day After 12 noon
Adults – £20.00 (Seats) £17.00 (Terrace)
Concessions – £17.00 (Seats) £15.00 (Seats)
U21 Students – £11.00 (Seats) £10.00 (Terrace)
Under 16s £4.00 (Terrace & Seats)
Tickets be purchased here
Matchday programmes are available for just £3 each with sellers located outside Edgar Street
Segregation will be in place with Telford fans placed in the E Block of the Len Weston Stand.
Both a seated or standing view is available for away supporters.
A wide range of hot and cold snacks and beverages will be available at Edgar Street.
The Matchday Bars (Addison’s and Radford’s) sell a range of alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks as well as a selection of bar snacks. You can go to these bars before entering the stadium
There are also a number of food concessions within the stadium itself selling hot and cold drinks and a range of food.
Please note that no alcohol is allowed to be consumed within the stadium.
Where to Drink ?
On Widemarsh Street going towards the City Centre is the Herdsman Pub, which also serves food. If you like your ales then on Eign Street around a five-minute walk from the visitors’ turnstiles is the Beer In Hand. This modern small bar serves a number of beers directly from the cask.
From the North:
Leave the M5 at Junction 8 and take the M50 towards South Wales. Leave the M50 at Junction 2 and take the A417 towards Ledbury and then the A438 towards Hereford. Keep on the A438 into Hereford and after passing the Victory pub on the left, bear right onto the inner ring road that goes around the town centre. At the large roundabout, turn right (by Debenhams) onto Edgar Street (A49) and then right again into Blackfriars Street for the ground. The car park entrance is down on the left.
Parking in close proximity to the ground can be limited on a matchday, but there are plenty of car parks within a 10-15minute walk of the ground. Click here for our guide to parking at Edgar Street.
We ask everyone visiting Edgar Street to park considerately, and to avoid parking in residential areas where possible.
If you do have to park in residential parking, please abide by any car parking enforcements, and be considerate to the neighbours.
Hereford Railway Station is located around three-quarters of a mile away from Edgar Street or a 15 minute walk. It is served by trains from Birmingham New Street. As you come out of the station exit turn right and go straight along this road and you will see the stadium over on your left hand side. If intending to go to the Howard Arms then on reaching the first set of traffic lights, turn left and the Oxford Arms is a very short distance down on your right.
If you wish to go via the City Centre where there are more pubs en route, then on leaving the station entrance, turn left and walk up to the traffic lights, passing a Morrisons supermarket on your right. Turn right at the traffic lights into Commercial Road and walk down to the Merton Hotel. Just past the hotel on the right and immediately next to the traffic lights (and with the Kings Fee Wetherspoons over on the left) turn right going up the steps under the old brick arch and follow the pathway through the cemetery grounds. On exiting the cemetery grounds, cross the road and into Coningsby Street. At the end of this road, turn left and immediately cross over to turn right into Blackfriars Street. Edgar Street is about 200 hundred yards further down on your right. Entrance to the away end for visiting fans is at the far end of Blackfriars Street at the junction with Edgar Street.