A Guide to Walsall Football Club...
Walsall FC moved to the Poundland Bescot Stadium, originally known as Bescot Stadium, in August 1990 from Fellows Park, our home of 94 years.
The ground has an all-seater capacity of 11,300 and comprises four stands: the Poundland Stand (Green Sector), which was extended in 2003 and holds just under 5,000; Tile Choice Stand (Red Sector); Experienced Energy Solutions Stand (Yellow Sector); and B.A.T Stand (Blue Sector).
Corporate hospitality areas are available in the Tile Choice Stand, with disabled facilities at the front of the Experienced Energy Solutions Stand. Visiting supporters are housed in the B.A.T Stand, complete with a licensed bar and TV's.
Refreshment kiosks are located in the corners, with a large TV screen situated between the Experienced Energy Solutions and B.A.T Stands.
Please note the Poundland Bescot Stadium is now a CASHLESS venue however, car parking and match programmes are cash payments.
The stadium is less than a mile from junction 9 of the M6.
Postcode: WS1 4SA
From M6 North: leave the M6 at junction 9 and take the A461 towards Walsall, turn right onto the A4148 (Wallows Lane) and right again at the second set of traffic lights. The ground will appear on your left.
From M6 South: 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 pub into Walstead Road and continue straight on this road for two miles. The stadium will appear on your right.
Postcode: WS1 4SA
As of January 1st 2023, the number 45 bus service | Walsall - West Bromwich (via Yew Tree, Stone Cross & Charlemont Farm)
This route will be run by Diamond on a revised timetable as 45 & 45A. This will also replace Diamond’s current 401E. National Express West Midlands tickets will not be valid on the 45 & 45A.
Click here for more information.
Bescot Stadium Railway Station, just a two-minute walk from the stadium, is served by trains from Birmingham Grand Central (New Street) and Wolverhampton.
We advise travelling fans to use Walsall station for disability access as we have been made aware that Bescot Stadium station is not able to support access needs.
Click here to read a full 'How to Get Here' guide from Transport for West Midlands.
Car parking is available at the stadium at a cost of £7 per car, £10 per mini bus and £15 per coach, including disabled supporters.
Please note, payments for car parking are now CARD ONLY.
The Green Zone car park is locked two hours after the final whistle; any vehicles left on the car park after this time will be locked in.
Parking is also available at the nearby Bescot Stadium Railway Station.
There are free parking facilities for cyclists outside the Tile Choice Stand.
Tickets can be purchased online via our e-ticketing website.
You can also purchase over the phone by calling 01922 651 416 or at the Ticket Office window in person.
Please note, we are now a cashless stadium so the Ticket Office will only accept card.
The Ticket Office, located at the front of the Tile Choice Stand, is open Monday to Friday from 9am-4.30pm.
On Saturday home matchdays, the Ticket Office is open from 11am to 3.00pm
Savings are available if you purchase tickets in advance. There is a £1 charge if ticket(s) are posted out.
Away supporters must purchase Family Tickets (1 Parent/Guardian & 1 Child) through the Ticket Office.
Located at the front of the Tile Choice Stand, the Club Shop is open Monday to Friday during the week.
The Club Shop is open from 9am-4.30pm on Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Fridays.
As of October 5th 2023, the shop will be open until 6.30pm on Thursdays
On Saturday home matchdays (3pm kick-offs), the Club Shop is open from 11am to 3.00pm, and 4.45pm to 5.15pm.
On Tuesday home matches, the Club Shop is open right up until kick-off.
A plethora of official Saddlers memorabilia is available in store, including replica kit, training gear, books and car accessories.
You can also shop online by visiting walsallfcstore.co.uk
The Stadium Suite is open to all Saddlers fans before every home match, with entry free of charge, from midday for a 3pm Saturday fixture and 6pm for a 7.45pm Tuesday night game.
Both bars and kiosk areas are available for supporters wishing to eat or drink, with live televised matches shown on the TV's around the room and interviews with former players from 2pm. The bars close 15 minutes before kick-off.
Supporters with a ticket for the Poundland Stand Middle or Upper tier gain access through the turnstiles, while those sitting in other areas of the ground, including the Tile Choice Stand, can gain access through the main Stadium Suite entrance.
Fans not sitting in the Poundland Stand exit through the main Stadium Suite entrance and re-enter the ground through their designated turnstile.
The Stadium Suite is for home supporters only.
The Suite will close after the half-time interval and is not open after matches.
Visiting supporters are housed behind one goal in the B.A.T Stand, which is complete with a licensed bar and TV's.
There are 10 pitch-level wheelchair bays in the Experienced Energy Solutions Stand for away supporters.
Our official matchday programme, Saddlers Shout, can be purchased around the ground and at the Club Shop for £4.
It will also be available at our online shop after the game.
The programme has increased from 64 pages to 80 pages with more features and content inside.
Card payment is prefered when purchasing programmes.
The programme was voted runner-up for League One by the Midlands Programme Club for 2018/19. They said: “The quality of the matchday programme for the 2018/19 season is excellent. However, yours stood out from the others and received some excellent feedback from the panel of judges for its layout, informative articles, pages with plenty of reading material, great use of colour, eye-catching first impression of the cover. Pages dedicated to the younger fan, features of the opposition and inclusion of community feature. Overall, a brilliant issue and great value for money at only £3.”
Supporters are reminded that only food and drink purchased from the Poundland Bescot Stadium can be consumed inside the ground. We have had problems with supporters bringing in their own food and drink, which is not allowed under our ground regulations and we ask for your cooperation. Certain items can be seen as a missile threat, therefore any food and drink that is attempted to be brought into the stadium will be confiscated by our stewards.
Hot Food: Chicken Balti Pie £4.00, All Steak Pie £4.00, Cornish Pasty £4.00, Jumbo Sausage Roll £3.00, Beefburger £4.80, Cheeseburger £5.30, Footlong Hotdog £5.80
Confectionery: Yorkie £1.20, Aero £1.20, Kit Kat Chunky £1.20, Crisps £1.20.
Drinks: Pepsi £2.70, Pepsi Max £2.70, Tango Orange £2.70, Water £1.50, Fruit Shoot £1.50, Coffee £2.70, Tea £2.70, Hot Chocolate £2.70, Bovril £2.70.
Kids Snack Box: £5.00 for a Small Hotdog, Pom Bears, Fruit Shoot and a Freddo.
Kiosk 7 (Poundland Stand Upper and Middle tiers)
All products from the above menu are available, as well as the following:
Portion of Chips £3.00, Chips and Curry Sauce/Mushy Peas £4.00, Pie with Chips and Curry Sauce/Mushy Peas: £7.00, Jumbo Sausage and Chips: £5.00
Please Note, the Kiosks are CASHLESS.
Filming and Photography
By entering the ground, all persons are acknowledging that photographic images and/or audio, visual and/or audio-visual recordings and/or feeds (and/or stills taken therefrom) may be taken of them and may also be used, by way of example and without limitation, in televised coverage of the game and/or for promotional, training, editorial or marketing purposes by the club, the EFL or others (including commercial partners and accredited media organisations) and entry into the ground constitutes consent to such use.
You further acknowledge that photographic images and/or audio, visual and/or audio-visual recordings and/or feeds (and/or stills taken therefrom) may be used (by the club or by a third party, such as a law enforcement body) to identify you as an individual, where permitted by data protection laws, for the purposes of preventing or detecting crime, or any breach of these ground regulations.
Flag, Banner and Drum Policy
Anyone looking to bring a flag or banner to a Walsall FC game should email email@example.com for prior consent.
No drums are allowed inside the stadium.
Food and Drink
Supporters are reminded that only food and drink purchased from the stadium can be consumed inside the ground. We have had problems with supporters bringing in their own food and drink, which is not allowed under our ground regulations and we ask for your cooperation.
Certain items can be seen as a missile threat, therefore any food and drink that is attempted to be brought into the stadium will be confiscated by our stewards.
We now have a text service for supporters who can anonymously report any incidents they see inside or outside the stadium.
Discrimination of any kind will not be tolerated at the Poundland Bescot Stadium.
If you see or hear any forms of discriminative behaviour, please text 07585 858 030 with details of the incident and location in the stadium to report it.
The retail park is adjacent to the stadium, with key tennants including Matalan, Halfords and McDonald's.
Situated on Park Street, the Saddlers Shopping Centre is the ideal place to meet friends and family with over 50 stores, including a variety of cafes and eateries. Postcode: WS2 9NW.
Discover why Walsall became the British leather goods capital in this fascinating working museum, housed in a restored leather factory. For 200 years, Walsall people have been making some of the world's finest saddles and leather goods. Walsall Leather Museum celebrates this great tradition and reflect the achievements of the leather craftsmen and women of Walsall.
The Arboretum is the premier park within Walsall, located immediately adjacent to the town centre. It is one of the oldest parks in the borough, having been originally developed around two flooded limestone quarries, opening as a public park in 1874.
The New Art Gallery Walsall presents, collects and interprets historic, modern and contemporary art in innovative and challenging ways, welcoming visitors from all over the globe, as well as their immediate locality.
Please be advised that there aren't any pubs within walking distance of the stadium.
Park Inn by Radisson Birmingham Walsall (0.03 miles from the stadium)
The Park Inn is located just off the M6 motorway and a two-minute walk from the stadium but it is currently not open to the general public as it is an asylum seekers hotel.
The Bescot Hotel (0.57 miles)
Just off junction 9 of the M6 motorway, with great access to Walsall, Birmingham and the rest of the West Midlands, this small family-run hotel provides clean, good-value accommodation.
Metro Inns Walsall (1.27 miles)
Metro Inns Walsall is just 24 minutes from the National Exhibition Centre and an eight-minute drive from the centre of Walsall, with the Birmingham International Airport 18 miles away.
Premier Inn Walsall Town Centre (1.46 miles)
A fantastic central location just moments from the New Art Gallery Walsall and the train station.
Holiday Inn Express Walsall M6, J10 (1.6 miles)
A comfortable hotel offering free WiFi and an inclusive breakfast, with easy access to Birmingham city centre and the NEC, close to the M6 motorway and two miles from Walsall town centre, as well as a 20-minute drive to the shops and theatres in central Birmingham.
Village Urban Resort Birmingham Walsall (1.63 miles)
With a health and fitness club, Village Hotel Birmingham Walsall is packed with facilities and just a short drive from Birmingham city centre and one minute from junction 10 of the M6 motorway.
Located in the town centre of Walsall, the Travelodge is in a prime location a short walk away from the Leather Museum, Crown Wharf Retail Park and restaurants.
More details in their Walsall destinations page here.