Welcome to the Jezzards Beveree Stadium
We hope you have a great visit and enjoy your time at the home of the Beavers!
To help you get the most out of your visit and make things a little easier, we've put together a guide to help you while coming to the game and also details of what you will find inside the ground.
Ticket prices this season (2019-20) are normally:
Under 16s £3
under 5s enter free
*Concession tickets are available to those over 60 years of age, ages 16-18 and or full time student with identification.
Our standard ticket prices are subject to change for cup fixtures and other matches outside our scheduled league fixtures.
We do not normally charge for seating, we have around 650 general seating places available in 3 locations, these are available on first come basis.
You can find full ticketing information and admissions policy here
Entering the ground
The ground normally opens to the public around midday for Saturday fixtures and around 6pm for weeknight fixtures.
For non-segregated fixtures the main turnstiles at the front of the ground will be open for all admissions.
Wheelchair users and guests or season ticket holders can access the ground via the guest admissions gate located to the right as you enter the ground.
Inside the ground & facilities
When you enter the ground, you will find our club shop to your right where you will find wide variety of club merchandise as well as other items available.
You can pick up our excellent matchday programme, The Beveree Review, for £2.50 (for league and FA competitions, but again, this may change for the Middlesex FA competitions) from the Supporters Trust.
The Supporters Trust also have a second hand programme stand, where you can pick up programmes from yesteryear; from HRBFC, professional clubs and international matches as well.
The refreshment bar is in the south west corner of the ground, close by the Supporters Trust and the usual matchday food and drinks can be purchased there at reasonable prices.
Under the main stand, the Junior Beaver Tuck shop sell a wide variety of sweets and cold drinks for the younger fans, and will also serve hot drinks to the adults! The tuck shop is open all Saturday matchdays and some selected mid week fixtures.
Hammonds Bar will open on all first team matchdays from about 1pm for Saturday matches and about 6pm for evening fixtures; there is a good variety of beers, lagers and ciders on tap as well as spirits, bottled drinks and wines for you to choose from. Please note that for certain fixtures, alcohol will not be permitted outside the clubhouse.
You can find toilets located near to the main entrance of the ground, just past the club shop, you can also find toilets and an accessible toilet inside Hammond's Bar.
Wheelchair users information
We have spaces in the ground reserved for wheelchair users, this is in front of the main stand and access to the ground is via the guests gate. If you need any assistance, please do ask one of our stewards, who will be very happy to assist. If you require a disabled car parking space, please get in touch with us before match day so we can make sure this is reserved for you.
If you need medical assistance during your visit, you can find St John Ambulance located to the side of the Alan Simpson OBE stand, or just see any of our staff who will be able to help.
Security & Safety
We take the safety and security of our staff, volunteers, players and every visitor to our ground very seriously, so if you have any concerns, please report this to a member of our staff or a police officer. Please also help us by keeping your belongings with you at all times and not bringing anything dangerous to the ground. For details of what is not allowed into the ground, please see the ground regulations below.
When travelling to Beveree, please be aware that supporter parking on site is limited and weather dependent, so if you're travelling by car, your parking could be restricted to on-street parking, if you do park on the street, we ask that you do not inconvenience our neighbours if you do. Please also check for local parking restrictions and, on occasion, other match day parking restrictions.
We would recommend therefore that, if you can, it's better to park away from the ground in Kingston, Hampton Court, Teddington and travel to the ground by public transport, there are regular buses that stop close to the ground. You can also get South Western Railways train services from London Waterloo, see below for details on planning your journey. If you use local buses please note these are operated by Transport for London and you will need an Oyster card or contactless payment card to board the bus.
How to find us:
By Road, from the North and West
Exit the M3 at junction 1 (Sunbury Cross - signposted for Hampton Court), and then follow the A308 towards Kingston. Continue on the A308, past Kempton Park Racecourse, and as you enter Hampton, turn first left into Percy Road. Continue along Percy Road, and then turn right into Station Road just before the level crossing, continuing for quarter of a mile. Beaver close is on your left hand side opposite the garage.
By road, from the East
Follow the A3 southbound, and exit onto the A243 (...signposted Sandown Park, Esher, Staines). At the Scilly Isles roundabout, follow the A309 (Hampton Court), crossing over the Thames, with Hampton Court Palace on your right. Turn left onto the A308 towards Staines and follow this for a mile, and then take the second right into Thames Street. Then turn immediately left into Station Road, and Beaver Close is on your right hand side.
The nearest station is Hampton (London), not to be confused with nearby Hampton Wick, or Hampton Court stations. Hampton is on the London Waterloo to Shepperton line, and is served by South Western Railway twice hourly on weekdays and Saturdays. The journey from London Waterloo takes roughly forty minutes. If coming from London, exit Hampton Station from the platform your train alights at. Turn left and continue following the road as it passes the village green to the right, then the Worlds End Public House to the left. The stadium is on the left-hand side in Beaver Close, just past the old police station building. Total journey time from the station: about five minutes. To plan your journey or check if engineering work will affect your travel please visit South Western Railways website.
The following bus routes serve the local area, for more information on the route click the bus number, or to plan your journey visit the Transport for London journey planner
111 - Kingston to Heathrow Central
216 - Kingston to Staines
R68 - Kew Retail Park to Hampton Court
We look forward to welcoming you to the Jezzards Beveree Stadium, have a safe journey!