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"Salisbury FC - Raymond McEnhill Stadium"

has rated Raymond McEnhill Stadium 4.0 out of 5.

johnwickenden's review of Raymond McEnhill Stadium

I visited the RayMac on 29th October 2016 with my disabled father to see Salisbury take on Chippenham Town in the FA Trophy. The RayMac is certainly a bigger stadium than I have visited recently and is clearly geared towards Salisbury reaching the standard that their predecessors achieved a decade ago.
The stadium, although rather new and a bit generic of recent builds, is impressive and the club have a policy of not charging admission for those caring for disabled visitors. Something I found as a real gesture of goodwill.


The ground is located about 5 miles north of the city near to Old Sarum Airfield. It is nowhere near the station, although there is a bus service which stops about couple of hundred yards from the ground. There is a large car park on site with parking costing £1. The club have allocated spaces close to the disabled entrances for disable supporters arriving by car - very good, unfortunately this was slightly ruined when I found that I was blocked in after the game.


Entrances to the ground are on the Main Stand / clubhouse side. The centre section is all seated with covered terraces on either side. The far left hand end contains an area for wheelchair users etc at the rear and the view from here is excellent.
The area behind the left hand goal is a covered terrace whilst the far side of the pitch is mostly uncovered terracing but with two small seated stands which are the family area. The far right hand end is a small uncovered terrace.


Toilets are plentiful, as you would expect of a ground of this age. A small club shop is located outside the ground near the clubhouse.

Food & Drink

I didn't visit the concession stands but there seemed to be several

Police & Stewards

No police but the stewards were very helpful and obliging. This was how football fans should be treated.


This was a local derby and the crowd numbers over 900. The atmosphere was really good, in fact, better than many larger crowds I've seen. The PA announcer was involved in encouraging the crowd who sang and cheered throughout

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Ratings for Raymond McEnhill Stadium

LocationAspect 1 rating: 2.0 stars
ViewAspect 2 rating: 3.5 stars
FacilitiesAspect 3 rating: 3.0 stars
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Police & StewardsAspect 5 rating: 3.5 stars
AtmosphereAspect 6 rating: 4.0 stars
OverallOverall rating: 3.5 stars

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