Which stand is best for you?
The Kop - This stand is home to all our famous songs and drums. If you want the best atmosphere then the Lower Kop is best for you but please be aware if it rains you aren’t undercover. The Upper Kop is under cover but there are a lot of stairs so please avoid choosing to sit here if you struggle with stairs. This stand has a big concourse with a wide choice of food outlets.
Johnny King Stand - If you want to be close to the action with a side video of the pitch, then this is the stand for you. Close t
Town Paddock - Much like the Johnny King Stand, the Town Paddock is close to the action with a side view of the pitch. Close to action with access to the Bunny Bell Bar.
Town End - The Town End is the section we recommend for Neurodiverse supporters, it has a side view of the pitch and is more of a quiet section than the others.
Bebington End - Ideal for first time supporters this section is close to the KOP so you can soak up the atmosphere without being directly in it. Located inside the Bebington End concourse is the Wembley Bar and a Cowsheds Kiosk.
Bebington Paddock - The Bebington Paddock is located beneath the Bebington End so you can still soak up the KOP atmosphere and be close to the match action. This section is ideal for younger fans who can watch the players pre-match warm up and if they are lucky enough, grab and autograph two.