Sandy Park is a rugby union ground that has been the home of the Exeter Chiefs since it opened in 2006. The Chiefs moved to the new stadium from the County Ground which they had outgrown after playing there for over 100 years, with renovations occurring in 2012 which has raised capacity to 13,593.
The stadium hosted three pool matches at the 2015 Rugby World Cup – Tonga defeating Namibia 35-21, Georgia edging out Namibia 17-16 and Italy beating Romania 32-22.
Tickets at Sandy Park
Exeter Chiefs Tickets
Tickets for Exeter Chiefs matches are available to purchase through the official website here.
Location & Travel to Sandy Park
Sandy Park is located just about 4 miles to the east of Exeter’s city centre in Devon in the south west of England.
Airport: Exeter Airport is just 4 miles away which offers a number of flights across Europe. Driving will take about 10 minutes or you can use bus route 56 to reach the city. Other airports within a 90 hour drive of Exeter include Bristol Airport and Newquay Airport.
Bus: There are 3 match day bus services that run from Exeter to the ground – Line 77 and 78 (Darline Coaches) and Line C (Stagecoach).
Driving & Parking: The stadium is located just off Junction 30 of the M5. There is no parking onsite on matchday but the club offers parking at Exeter Business Park (EX1 3UT) with a shuttle bus, costing £7 if booked in advance or £10 on the day.
Train: Exeter St David’s railway station is the main station in the region, connecting the southwest with London (Paddington and Waterloo), as well as Birmingham New Street, Manchester Piccadilly, Sheffield, Leeds, York, Newcastle, Edinburgh, Glasgow and Aberdeen. Exeter Central also serves London Waterloo. Both stations are central in the city and 5 miles from the ground.
The closest stations to the stadium are Digby & Sowton Station (10 minute walk away) or Newcourt Station (15 minutes walk), which connect with Exeter St David’s or Exeter Central with a journey time of about 10 minutes.
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