To assist visiting fans from Altrincham and Farsley fans new and old, please find detailed below information about match day at the Citadel and how to get here.
2019/20 Match Day Prices:
Concessions (over 60, under 18 & students): £6
Under 13s & Service Personnel: Free
Admission to the Citadel, for both home and away fans, is by cash payment at the turnstiles, which are located at the main entrance to the ground adjacent to the club car park.
Season tickets are not valid for this game.
Turnstiles open at 1.30pm.
Pick up a copy of the Celt Army match day programme
Our official match day programmes are available from inside the ground, priced at £2.00.
Celt Army merchandise
Various Farsley Celtic merchandise is available from the club shop located behind the main stand. There will be variety of 2019/20 gear to buy, which you can also do so online here.
Where can I purchase food and drink?
The food kiosk provides a variety of hot and cold snacks and drinks. It is located next to the main entrance and is open from 1.45pm.
The club bar is open from 12pm and remains open throughout and after the match. There is a large selection of non-alcoholic and alcoholic options including hand pulled real ale.
Customers are not permitted to take their drinks into the ground due to FA regulations.
Seating & Standing
500 seats are available in the main stand at the ground. Seats are available on a first come first served basis. Standing is available in all other areas of the ground. Covered standing can be located behind the goal in the shed end.
Toilets are located next to the main stand and there are alternative facilities within the club house.
Getting to the Citadel
The club postcode is LS28 5BE. This postcode will take you directly to the ground.
Car Parking: There is a large car park located at the main entrance of the ground. Car parking is FREE to all supporters on match days. Please avoid parking on the streets around the ground.
By train: New Pudsey station, on the Calder Valley Line, is a fifteen-minute walk away from the Citadel. When leaving the station follow the station road to the junction and turn right. Pass the police station on the left and continue for around 500 yards until you reach New Street (the junction cornered by “Go Outdoors”) and turn left. Turn right at Newlands which is approximately 300 yards (signposted to Farsley AFC). The Citadel is situated at the end of Newlands.
Trains leave Leeds City Station and Bradford Interchange approximately every 15 minutes.
Trains from Bradford take approximately 8 minutes and from 12 minutes from Leeds.
By bus: Farsley is situated on a number of bus routes:
From Leeds or Bradford, the 508 and 72 all stop at "Go Outdoors" on Stanningley Road (see above for directions to the ground).
Visiting supporters can also use:
From Bramley: 16, 91
From Horsforth: 8,9
From Pudsey: 8,9