Away Ground Guide - Tamworth FC - ( Saturday 5 March 2016)



Tamworth FC
The Lamb Ground,
Kettlebrook, Tamworth, Staffs, B77 1AA
Nickname: The Lambs
Year Ground Opened: 1934
Capacity: 4,065 (Seated 518)


Admission Prices 2014/15:          Terrace                       Seating

Adults                                                      £12                          £14

65+                                                          £7                            £9

16/17                                                      £4                            £6

6/15                                                         £2                            £4

Under 5                                                    Free                         £2



The Lamb is a fairly Spartan stadium, which can accommodate around 800 visiting specs, with cover available on the terrace, and seats in the main stand as well. There is plenty of parking space alongside the stadium, which has an overly large amount of red paint daubed on it for one such as myself with an aversion to such!


Usually there is a distinctly unimpressive hut on the terrace providing refreshments, but last season this had gone, and in its place was a spanking new eatery that offered a far greater range of food. Sausage and chips set you back £4, as did a Bacon Double Cheese Burger, and just Chips and Curry needed an outlay of £3.50. 

Once inside the ground, you will need to be aware of the stewards. Although some of the stewards( renowned for their 1980`s style blinkered approach to crowd control) had been replaced by a younger version, last season, the same policies of constant harassment prevailed and these still have the same effect, even when accompanied by a sickly smile. One steward  standing blocking the view of me and many others throughout the game- do they not have chairs in Tamworth?

No chairs in Tamworth !

M6 Toll ( to T4), then.....

  • Approach Tamworth via new A5 (bypass) which starts at the A38 / M6 Toll junction to the west of the town.
  • Take the turning signposted A51 Tamworth off the A5 bypass.
  • At the bottom of the slip road is T junction where you can only turn left
  • At roundabout, take the third exit (McDonalds is on your left - direction Tamworth Castle)
  • At roundabout, take fourth exit (right) (direction Ankerside multi-storey).
  • You should pass The Ladybridge Beefeater on your left
  • Continue with the Snowdome coming up on your right, to a roundabout
  • Turn right at the roundabout (direction Nottingham, Burton, Nuneaton)
  • At the next roundabout, turn left (direction Amington, Glascote)
  • At the next roundabout, turn right (direction Glascote B5000)
  • At the next roundabout, turn right (direction Kettlebrook)
  • You will now be in the Kettlebrook Road
  • The entrance to The Lamb is the first right turn in Kettlebrook Road, about 50 yards from the roundabout

  • Estimated Journey Time ; 1 hr 40 minutes

    Post Code for Sat Nav ;  B77 1AA

    Nearest Real Ale pubs ;

    0.4m   Bole Bridge   , on Bolebridge Street.

    0.4m   Phoenix   , on George Street.

    Coach Travel :  Fingerpost Flyer- details......
                                Leaves Finger 11.00/ Mercian Way 11.15
                                 £17  /   £ 12  Under 16 s
                                Ring Lou on 07896536757 to book.

    Ian Brown


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