Broadhall Way, known as the Lamex Stadium for sponsorship purposes, is an association football stadium in Stevenage, Hertfordshire. It has been the home ground of Stevenage (formerly Stevenage Borough and Stevenage Town) since the early 1960s, and has a capacity of 7,800 people.
The North Stand is a terraced section that can house around 700 fans, and the East Stand is terraced and often houses the noisiest home fans. The South Stand is where the away fans normally go and The Main Stand houses the manager’s dugouts and players’ tunnel.
Visiting supporters are situated in the all seated South stand behind one of the goals and from here you'll enjoy a fantastic unobstructed view of the playing surface. The leg room, facilities and refreshments afforded inside are very good as you'd expect from a relatively new ground. The low roof also allows for a good atmosphere to be generated.
There is a lovely Club House at the ground which welcomes in both home and away fans. This is the best bet mainly as there's very little else in the viable local vicinity to walk to. Inside the club bar you'll find a selection of hot and cold food and drink along with a big screen tv. Back up the road from the stadium is a Business Park that has a few food outlets such as McDonalds and Pizza Hut if you fancy getting something more substantial before or after the game.
500 spaces are available at Fairlands Valley car park, which is to the north of the ground.
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