PRG Stadium at Keys Park

Keys Park

Stadium Overview

Capacity: 6,039
Covered Seating: 1,011 (Main Stand 710, Hednesford End 301)
Covered Standing: 4324 (Wimblebury Terrace 2572, Heath Hayes end 1752)
Uncovered Standing: 704 (Hednesford End 236, Left of main stand 228, Right of main stand 248)

Stadium Plan

Plan Key

Disabled Seating
Club Shop


Season Tickets: 3A 3B
Family Ticket Offers: 1A 1B
Main Stand Seating: 2A 2B
Terraces: 4A 4B 4C 4D

Keys Park Plan

Disabled Facilities:

  • 20 spaces are available at the front of the main stand and behind the goal at the Hednesford End.
  • Two disabled toilets, located at each end of the main stand

Social Facilities:

  • Club shop located within stadium – open matchdays before kick off and at halftime.
  • Toilet blocks either side of the Main Stand
  • First aid facilities located within main stand.
  • Two bars accessible either side of the main stand – Strikers Bar & Chase Suite.
    Only one is usually open for supporters on matchdays, but both are opened should the match be segregated.
  • Two or three refreshment vans available on matchdays around stadium.

In order to aid supporters new and long-term find the facilities at Keys Park they require and generally improve the matchday experience, we have added ground maps to all turnstile entrances to the stadium.

Adults £11
Concessions £8
Adult/1 Child* Ticket £12
Adult/2 Children* Ticket £13
Family** Ticket £22
* Child under 16
** 2 Adults & 2 Children (under 16)
By Car:
Directions – Powered by Google Maps
Postcode for Sat-Nav is WS12 2DZ.By Train:
West Midland services to Hednesford from the north run sporadically, so this is not the best form of transport on match days.

West Midland services from the south to Hednesford normally run from Birmingham New Street at twelve minutes past each hour, running to either Stafford, Rugeley, Trent Valley, normally from Platforms 1 or 2.

When arriving at Hednesford train station, come out of the station and walk back over the bridge (past Tesco on your left and Co-op on your right) and into the town. Follow the main road down through the town centre until you come to a crossroads. Turn right here and follow the road up the hill, past the church, school field and Morrisons garage on your left hand side. Continue on the same road, following it down the hill, where you will find the Cross Keys Pub on your right. There is also a cashpoint, chip shop and general store here. To continue to Keys Park, follow the road up to Cross Keys Island before taking a left there. Take a right at the island further up the road, through the Cherry Blossom housing estate, to arrive at Keys Park Stadium.

Walking time: 15 – 20 minutes