Located on Broadhall Way, it has been the home of Stevenage FC since 1980.
The stadium comprises of four stands as described below.
The West Stand is an all-seater stand which holds 1,800 fans as well as housing our executive hospitality boxes, press areas, tunnel and of course changing rooms. The club shop and ticket office are also located on the outside of this stand.
Our family section of the West Stand is located towards the north end of this stand. Close to the turnstiles, tear bar and toilets, these seats offer a great view and are perfect if you’d like to bring your youngsters along for the first time.
In July 2017, the Club asked fans to contribute towards a mini-bond investment scheme, through sports investment platform Tifosy, in an attempt to fund the remaining £500,000 needed to go towards developing the new North Stand. Five weeks after the campaign started, the £500,000 target was met after investment from over 200 fans. A further £100,000 was raised in the following days, meaning a total of £600,000 would be invested in the new North Stand development. The North Terrace was demolished in January 2018. The 1,428 all-seater stand was officially opened in December 2019.
Running the full length of the pitch, the East Terrace can hold approximately 2,700 standing spectators. Offering a real distinctive atmosphere, the East Terrace is home to some of our more vocal fans who lead the singing, dancing and banging of drums. It also houses our TV gantry so if you’re watching highlights, you’ll see the action from this same view.
Our South Stand is allocated to visiting away fans.
Built in 2001, this all-seated stand is behind the goal at the south end of the ground and has a capacity of 1,390.
Catering and toilet facilities are available to away fans underneath this stand however no alcohol is available to visiting away fans inside the ground. On the vast majority of fixtures away fans are welcome in our Broadhall Suite bar pre-match. This is located in the south-east corner of the ground, close to the away turnstiles, doors open at midday (6pm for Tuesday night games) and the early Premier League kick-off is usually on the TVs. Bar food is usually available too.
Other fixtures at The Lamex Stadium:
Over the years the stadium has also been used for a number of other high profile fixtures.
Since 2014, Tottenham Hotspur Under 21s have played a number of its Premier League 2 and European fixtures at The Lamex Stadium.