James Whatman Way
M20 (junction 6) and M2 (junction 3). Follow signs to Maidstone on the A229. At the White Rabbit roundabout, take the third exit on to James Whatman Way.
From Tonbridge it is of course the A26 direct to Maidstone, at the Bridges drive around the gyratory system on to A229 and thence as above. Please note however parking restrictions.
Please note: on first team matchdays, parking within the stadium is reserved. Passes have been provided to all those who are parking there. These will be checked on the road leading down to the gates. Please do not go to James Whatman Way unless you have a pre-reserved parking pass.
Other car parks (pay and display) are located at Invicta House (five minute walk), Sandling Road (five minute walk), Maidstone East Train Station (seven minute walk) and Fremlin Walk (ten minute walk).
Maidstone Lions operate a charity car park at Maidstone Job Centre Plus (Staceys Street) on matchday Saturdays.
Fancy a walk along the River Medway on matchdays? Park at Lockmeadow Centre on Barker Road (ME16 8LW). Cross Lockmeadow Millennium Bridge and pass All Saints Church and the Archbishops’ Palace, along the towpath to the Gallagher Stadium.
From Tonbridge take the Arriva #7 service direct to Maidstone Mall Bus Station. Click here for timetable.
From The Mall Bus Station, take the 101 or 155 buses. These stop at the top of James Whatman Way, outside the Kent Library and History Centre.
There are two mainline train stations within walking distance of the Gallagher Stadium. Maidstone East is on the London/Ashford International line and Maidstone Barracks is on the Medway Valley Line.
From Tonbridge take the 13:33 service Direct to Maidstone Barracks. Return service leaves at 17:56 arriving in Tonbridge at 18:27. Times as shown in https://www.nationalrail.co.uk/