Information for supporters going to Walsall...
What is the ground like?
The Saddlers moved to then called Bescot Stadium in 1990 from Fellows Park, which had been their home for 104 years.
The stadium received a boost in 2003 with the opening of a two-tiered stand at one end.
Away supporters are housed in the KIA Stand at the other end of the ground, where around 2,000 away supporters can be accommodated.
Capacity: 11,300 (all-seated)
Travelling to the ground by car…
Banks's Stadium is located right next to the M6.
Leave the M6 at Junction 7 and take the A34 towards Walsall.
At the end of the dual carriageway turn left at the Bell Inn public house into Walstead Road (sign posted Bescot Stadium, Bescot Station Park & Ride). Continue straight on this road for two miles, passing another pub called the Tiger on your left. You will come to Bescot Stadium and entrance to the away end on your right.
Post Code for SAT NAV: WS1 4SA
The Banks's Stadium has its own Railway Station, called Bescot Stadium which is situated behind the away end and is only a few minutes walk from the turnstiles. Trains run there on a local line from Birmingham New Street and the journey time is around 20 minutes.
Where to park?
There is a good-sized car park located at the ground behind the away stand, which costs £4. Bescot Railway Station also offers car parking for £2. Alternatively there is some street parking to be had off Wallowes Lane.
This is the Saddlers Club situated just outside the stadium is happy to admit away supporters on matchdays on payment of a £2 entrance fee, although under 16's are admitted free. The Club has two rooms, a smaller one at the front which is for home supporters and a larger function room at the back, which is for away fans. This area has seating for 300, has a large screen showing Sky Sports news and has food on offer such as pies & burgers.
Otherwise, the nearest pub to the ground is the King George V on Wallowes Lane.