LNER Stadium (capacity 10,780)
The LNER Stadium (historically known as Sincil Bank) has been the home of Lincoln City since 1895, with the club having previously played at the John O’Gaunts stadium since their formation in 1884. “Sinny Bank” as it is known amongst locals is actually overlooked by Lincoln Cathedral.
The largest stand at the LNER Stadium is the Lincolnshire Co-operative Stand, which holds around 5,700 supporters. This is a covered single tiered stand that was opened in 1995. Behind one goal is the Stacey West stand, which were named after lifelong Lincoln City supporters Bill Stacey and Jim West, who sadly lost their lives during the Bradford City stadium fire.
Away fans visiting the LNER Stadium are located in the Stacey West Stand, with a typical allocation of around 2,000.
For those that arrive early enough there is limited parking at the stadium itself. Alternatively, the South Common is open on matchdays for parking in addition to street parking.
We’ve compiled a list of car parks, below, near to the LNER Stadium for hassle free parking while you’re at the match.
|Car Park||Sat Nav||Cost||Distance to Ground||Description|
|LNER Stadium||LN5 8LD||£4||0.1km||There is some parking available at the stadium situated behind the Stacey West Stand. It’s good value at just £4, but arriving early is necessary.|
|South Common||LN5 8EW||£5||0.7km||Accessed at beginning of South Park Avenue when coming in from the A46 or the High Street, the South Commons is available for parking on matchdays. It’s just a 5 minute walk to the stadium from here and is a popular choice with away fans.|
Lincoln Central is just over half a mile from the LNER Stadium so should just take around 10-15 to walk. Exit the station to your left on to St Mary’s Street, then take the left after the Church on to High Street. Go over the level crossing and after around 100m take a left on to Tentercroft Street. Continue along and over the Sincil Dike, then take an immediate right on to Kesteven Street. This will turn into Sincil Bank and after around half a mile you’ll see the stadium approaching on your left.
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There are a number of away friendly pubs near the LNER Stadium, all of which cater to different needs. Please note, however, that some bars require club colours to be covered and some do not allow children.
However, rather than take our word for it, we want to give you the view from other away fans who have visited the LNER Stadium.
Over the coming months we will be building up fans reviews of the best places to drink on an away trip to Lincoln City, and you’ll be able to find them here.
In the meantime, we’ve included a map below with all the best away pubs highlighted for you.
See what other away fans think of Lincoln City’s LNER Stadium in our ‘Away Day Reviews’.
If you’ve already been, then you can share your experience with us by writing your own review.
See how Lincoln City perform in our away day rankings, where away fans rate the pie, pint, cuppa and away day overall.
Check out our photo gallery where you can view other away fans’ photos. You can also share your own experience by uploading your own!