Dean Court, Kings Park Drive
0344 576 1910
AFC Bournemouth's promotion as Sky Bet Championship champions marks the latest chapter in the history of one of the most progressive football clubs in England. Led by inspirational manager and former player Eddie Howe, the Cherries have completed the fairy-tale rise from near-extinction to the competing in the country's elite division in six years.
Off the field, the Cherries are hugely influential in the local area, reaching more than 3,000 people of all ages a week through the Community Sports Trust's varied range of educational and sporting programmes.
Backed by one of the most vibrant and rapidly expanding digital economies, the club prides itself on a number of successful and long-term partnerships with key businesses in the area. AFC Business also provides networking opportunities, bringing together organisations and using memberships to raise money for charities.
Below you will find the accessibility information for each area of the stadium:
The Vitality Stadium has 2 main car parks situated around the grounds; Main Car Park and South Car Park. There is also the Away Coach Park, as well as a Drop Off and Pick Up Point.
Main Reception and Hospitality
Information for visitors, delegates and fans about hospitality lounges, executive boxes, media suites and the Bubbles Champagne Lounge can be found in the Hospitality section of the guide.
1910 Club Bar
The Vitality Stadium has one bar known as the 1910 Club Bar. The access guide to this facility can be found here.
The Vitality Stadium has four stands. Each stand has its own food and drink area as well as accessible toilets. On match days the Visitors Section is located in the East Stand, and this will be sectioned off. Below you will find the information for each stand:
Vitality Steve Fletcher North Stand
East Stand Visitor’s Section
DC Lounge (East Stand)
Colmar Ted Macdougall South Stand
Cortex Main Stand
Cortex Main Stand (Family Section)