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  SALISBURY CITY

  FOUNDED: 1947

NICKNAME: The Whites

COLOURS: Shirts: White - Shorts: Black - Socks: White

CHANGE COLOURS: Shirts: Light Blue - Shorts: Dark White - Socks: Light Blue

OFFICIAL WEBSITE www.salisburycity-fc.co.uk
 
ADDRESS: The Raymond McEnhill Stadium, Partridge Way, Old Sarum, Salisbury, Wiltshire, SP4 6PU

CAPACITY: 3,500

RECORD ATTENDANCE: 2,570 v Hull City, FA Cup, 1998

DIRECTIONS: By Train:
Trains from Waterloo, stopping at Clapham Junction, go to Salisbury hourly.
Turn left out of the station and left again at the junction into Fisherton Street. At the roundabout head right into Churchill Way West. At the next roundabout turn left into Castle Road. Continue down Castle Road for approximately 1 1/2 miles then turn right into Portway. Partridge Close is 1/2 a mile further down on your left.

By Road:
From the North:
Exit the A303 at the Countess Roundabout / Amesbury Junction and carry on through the town onto the A345. Continue towards Salisbury, past the turn off to Boscombe Down on the left, up the hill and through the traffic lights at High Post (a hotel and nightclub are on your right) and carry on down to the Beehive junction roundabout (Park & Ride). Large white sign, clearly marked 'football ground' in brown writing at the bottom. Turn left, through the first small roundabout and then left into Partridge Way.

From the South:
Travel along the A36 Southampton Road to the College Roundabout (Salisbury College is on the right hand side). Turn right and follow the dual carriageway (Churchill Way) to the next roundabout (St Mark's). Turn slightly to the left at this roundabout, as if going towards Wilton, Bath and Bristol, and you will go downhill towards the Castle Street roundabout. Get into the right hand lane and take the A345 road (Castle Road) marked 'Amesbury'. Carry straight on up this road, past Victoria Park and the shop on your left hand side and you will eventually see Hudson's Field and Old Sarum on your left. Continue over and down the hill and you will come to a new, large roundabout (Park & Ride) at the 'Beehive'. Turn right (large white sign has directions to football ground clearly marked on it). Carry on along this road, through the first small roundabout and into Partridge Way on your left.


NEAREST TRAIN STATION: Salisbury (2.5 miles)

MAP: click here (external link)