Information for supporters heading to Cambridge United tomorrow…
What is the ground like?
Cambridge United play at Cambs Glass Stadium which has a capacity of 8,127. The Main Stand on one side is a two-tiered all seated covered stand, part of which is used as a Family enclosure. The Marstons Smooth South Stand, which opened in 2002, is a good sized single-tiered, all seated stand which replaced the old open terrace. The North Stand at the other end is covered, however it only runs half way along the pitch. This open area doesn’t house any spectators but houses the supporters club.
Away fans are housed in the Marstons Smooth South Stand, where up to 1,600 supporters can be seated. For larger games the South part of the Habbin terrace can also be made available. This covered terrace can accommodate almost 1,000 supporters. The entrance to the away section is reached by walking along a path past a field.
Travelling by road
Take the M11 to Junction 14 and then join the A14 towards Newmarket. Turn off onto the B1047 sign posted for Cambridge Airport. Then as North.
Travelling by train
The main Cambridge Railway Station is over two miles away from the ground, so best to catch a taxi. The station is served by trains from Birmingham New Street, Norwich, Ipswich and London King’s Cross. A new Cambridge North Railway Station opened in May this year and is located under two miles from the ground. Trains that serve this station are from Norwich and London King’s Cross, as well as London Liverpool Street.
Programme - £3 (via football ground guide)