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Edgeley Park

Edgeley Park,Stockport Information
Edgeley Park (Capacity 10,852 seats) is the home of Stockport County Football Club and Sale Sharks Rugby Union club. It is now over 100 years old and has seen on its hallowed turf many of football's greats, including George Best who played for Stockport County in 1975.

The ground is built in the classical Northern style with the more recently added Cheadle End (which seats 5000) providing a modern aspect and keeping Edgeley Park as a stadium full of atmosphere and fit for modern requirements.

At one end is the large Robinsons Brewery Stand, which is the newest addition to the ground and is the home end. This stand towers over the rest of the stadium, which looks rather small in comparison. Opposite, the Railway End is a former open terrace converted to a seating area. It is usually unused on matchdays and has a small electric scoreboard above it.
Edgeley Park,Stockport Address
Edgeley Park
Hardcastle Road

Map and Directions
Edgeley Park,Stockport Telephone No.
08712 220 120
Stockport county 0161-286-8888
Edgeley Park,Stockport Fax. No.
0161 286 8900
There is limited parking available at Edgeley Park. The Sale Sharks Supporters Club will be operating a Secure Parking Scheme this season. The car parks are situated at Stockport College on Greek Street just a 5 minute walk from the ground. A barrier system is in place, the parks are covered by CCTV and a security guard will be on site to ensure the car parks are safe.

On non-matchdays car parking is available on the club's official car park at the rear of the Cheadle Stand. This is not available on first team matchdays in which care visitors are best advised to use the precinct car park off Castle Street.
disabled facilities
Four onsite parking spaces for home wheelchair supporters. Away wheelchair supporters are advised to contact the club prior to visiting.Lift access to elevated area of the Robinsons Brewery Stand.

A total of 26 wheelchair spaces for home fans in the Robinsons Brewery Stand and Stockport Express with an extra 6 in the Stockport Express Stand for away supporters.

Parking: 4 parking spaces on site for Home wheelchair supporters, the Club advise Away fans to contact for availability. Access level with lift in operation to elevated area in the Cheadle End Stand.
Facilities: 1 adapted toilet in the Stockport Express Stand, 1 in the Cheadle End Stand and 3 available in office area. Refreshment area alongside the Stockport Express Stand and directly behind in the concourse of the Cheadle End Stand. There are no specific counters dedicated to disabled supporters.
Wheelchair Places: 26 Home - 6 Away. Elevated Home position in the Cheadle Stand, top of first tier with helpers in front. Shared area for both Home and Away supporters at pitch side in the Stockport Express Stand. Fair cover with helper places behind.
Stockport is easy to reach via the M60 motorway, which passes directly through the centre of the town. It is also easily accessible via the M62 (Liverpool to Yorkshire), M61/M6 (North), and the M56/M6 (Midlands/South). The A6 across the Peak District is also a viable route between Derby, Nottingham East Midlands and East Anglia.
Stockport is well connected by an extensive local bus service. Numbers 11, 368, 369 pass Edgeley Park directly, and many services have stops outside Stockport College, which is just 5 minutes away by foot.
Stockport Railway Station