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    County Ground

    An away fans guide to Swindon Town FC and their County Ground. Find out how to get there, discover local pubs, read fans reviews and enjoy stadium photos.

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    Capacity: 15,728 (all seated)Address: County Road, Swindon, SN1 2EDTelephone: 0330 002 1879Ticket Office: 0871 876 1993Pitch Size: 110 x 70 yardsPitch Type: GrassClub Nickname: The RobinsYear Ground Opened: 1896Undersoil Heating: NoShirt Sponsors: IMAGINE CRUISINGKit Manufacturer:PumaHome Kit: Red and WhiteAway Kit: Grey and Red

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    What Is The County Ground Like?

    A traditional looking ground, that has an interesting mix of stands. Both sides are large two-tiered covered affairs that tower above the two smaller ends. The Main Stand is the Arkells Stand on one side. Built in 1971 the stand is a fairly simple affair and has the players tunnel and team dugouts in front. It has windshields to either side and a few supporting pillars. Opposite is the smarter looking Don Rogers Stand. Opened in 1994, this stand has a cantilevered roof, allowing spectators to have an uninterrupted view of the playing action. It has a large upper tier, with a much smaller lower tier. The FastPlant Town End is a small covered stand, that is the traditional home end. Unfortunately, it has a row of supporting pillars that run across the front of it. Oddly on one side, the base of one of the floodlight pylons is situated within the stand, with the pylon itself rising up through the roof of the stand. At the other end is the Stratton Bank Stand. This area is uncovered and open to the elements. It has a small electric scoreboard situated above it, next to which is a Rolex Clock. Apparently, this is the only Rolex clock that can found within a football ground anywhere in the World. The ground also benefits from a striking set of four floodlight pylons.

    In 2017 the stadium was renamed the Energy Check County Ground in a corporate sponsorship deal.

    Future Stadium Developments

    Some time ago the club came to an agreement to purchase the County Ground from the local council. In this unique deal, the ground will be jointly purchased by Swindon Town Football Club and Swindon Town Supporter’s Trust, safeguarding the future of the site for Swindon Town fans. The purchase of the County Ground is likely to result in more investment into it in terms of improving its facilities.

    This had stalled but a change of ownership earlier this year put these stadium purchase conversations firmly back on the table.

    What is it like for visiting supporters?

    Away fans are located in the Arkells Stand at one side of the pitch, where up to 1,200 fans can be housed. This is an older stand with facilities to match, but at least you are under cover. If you are at the back of this stand there is one supporting pillar which may impair your view of the goal otherwise it is fine. You even get a view of some of the rolling Marlborough Hills beyond one corner of the ground! There is a small kiosk at the back of stand serving amongst other things a range of pies, but be careful when taking them back to your seat. The entrances to the seating areas are through large solid doors, and to compound matters, they open out towards you!

    Teams with a larger away following can also be allocated the Stratton Bank End if required. A further 2,100 fans can be accommodated in this area, but the end has no cover and is open to the elements. Fine on a nice sunny day, but on a cold wet, winters day, it can be grim. This area was a former terrace that has had seating bolted onto it, which meant that the height between rows is not great. I found Swindon to be a relaxed and fairly friendly day out, although the size of Police presence on my last visit seemed excessive.

    Food on offer inside includes Pies; Chicken Balti (£3.40), Steak & Ale (£3.40), Cheeseburgers (£3.50), Burgers (£3.50), Hot Dogs (£3.80), Sausage Rolls (£2.50), Beef Pasties (£3), plus Cheese & Onion Pasties (£2.50).

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    Pubs for away fans

    Away fans are treated to their own bar, called Bar 71, which is located by the away turnstiles. However it is quite small and tends to fill up quickly, with door men preventing anyone else going in, so that it does not become over crowded. The County Hotel right by the ground, did not allow entrance to away supporters on my last visit. Best to continue down County Road and seek out the Cricket Club that sits behind the Arkells Stand. As Mark Osborne from Swindon adds; ‘On match days home and away fans can park on the cricket ground (for a small fee) and then have access to a drink in the cricket club. This is a very friendly (as well as cheap) club that always welcomes away fans’. I would echo these comments but also add that you can still get into the cricket club (there is no charge) even if you have not parked there. Please note though that the Cricket Club facilities are not available for night matches or when the Cricket Club is playing a match. The latter doesn’t happen often but can do towards the beginning and end of the football season, when fixtures overlap.

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    Travels with Charley

    With Charley, his French poodle, Steinbeck drives the interstates and the country roads, dines with truckers, encounters bears at Yellowstone and old friends in San Francisco. Along the way he reflects on the American character, racial hostility, the particular form of American loneliness he finds almost everywhere, and the unexpected kindness of strangers.--Goodreads.com.

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    ← Tortilla Flat ⇥ Published:    1962

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    With Charley, his French poodle, Steinbeck drives the interstates and the country roads, dines with truckers, encounters bears at Yellowstone and old friends in San Francisco. Along the way he reflects on the American character, racial hostility, the particular form of American loneliness he finds almost everywhere, and the unexpected kindness of strangers.--Goodreads.com. [Suggest a different description.]

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    John Steinbeck (1902-1968) was one of the great American writers. He was known for writing books filled with social criticism such as Tortilla Flats and The Grapes of Wrath. He won the Nobel Prize in 1962 for his "realistic and imaginative writings, combining as they do sympathetic humour and keen social perception." (nobelprize.org)

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