Away Guide


The following guide to away days is to give you a brief insight into each of the grounds we have in our fixtures list.

Rather than take away those that have been relegated or promoted from season to season we have decided to leave them online so we can build up a bit of a reference library, and you never know we might just get one of them in a cup competition.

Sometimes a ground review will be a bit light hearted and tongue in cheek, and perhaps not always 100% accurate although it was correct at the beginning of the season, but we can’t ignore the fact some of these grounds change the name of their stands on an almost weekly basis, also until we get there we cannot guarantee that the local watering holes will allow away fans or if they are still open, but we will do our best to advise and hope to give you a bit of a flavour of what you can expect when travelling with the MK Army.

Provisions for Disabled Fans
Away Clubs’ websites are a good place to find up to date details of their provisions for away disabled fans. 

Level Playing Field https://www.levelplayingfield.org.uk (the charity that represents the interests of disabled fans) also have a webpage for each Club with relevant details and reviews from disabled fans, including many written by MKDSA’s Disability Liaison Officers, Jo & Jeff Newall.  Jo & Jeff have visited a lot of grounds over the past 10 years and are very happy for you to email them at disabilitymkdsa@yahoo.com with any questions about attending away matches.


Throughout the season we will add further teams to accommodate away fixtures in the cup.

CLICK ON ANYONE OF THE CLUBS BELOW TO TAKE YOU TO A GUIDE ON THE GROUND.