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Boston United

Jakemans Community Stadium

Capacity: 5,061 (2,155 seated) - once completed
Address: Jakemans Community Stadium, PE21 6JN Boston, England
Telephone: (01205) 364406
Ticket Office: (01205) 364406
StadiumTours: (01205) 364406
Pitch Size: 105m x 68m
Pitch Type: Grass
Club Nickname: The Pilgrims
Year Ground Opened: 2020
Undersoil Heating: No
Shirt Sponsors: Kia
Kit Manufacturer:Adidas
Home Kit: Gold shirts with black trim, black shorts with gold trim, gold socks with black trim
Away Kit: All white

                    
                    

The Jakemans Community Stadium is a ground that brings Boston United up to date with all the modern facilities and a seating capacity of over 6000 fans. The ground is located just a few minutes away from the town of Boston in Lincolnshire. The layout of the stadium comprises of four stands – West, North, East, and South. The West stand is considered as the main stand for the ground. It manages to comprise of all the key places like the dugout and player tunnel.

The visiting supporters will be provided with an allocation at the Jakemans Community Stadium. So far, Boston United have not revealed the exact spot for the seating of the away fans. We will update this page with the latest information once it is announced.

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The process of getting to the Jakemans Community Stadium by car is relatively easy if you have a satnav, as all it takes would be to input the following post code:

PE21 7NE

The Boston United stadium is located on the A16 leading to Peterborough. Once at the stadium, Boston United fans will find that there is plenty of parking spot since it is a modern stadium. The parking spots are available at the stadium, but it will cost £3 for each vehicle.

The nearest railway station to the Jakemans Community Stadium is located in Boston. It would take around five minutes on a taxi from the railway station to the ground. It is around a 35 minute walk for those who do not want to use a taxi.

The Boston United ticket prices for admission at the Jakemans Community Stadium will be dependent on the seating position. For a seat in the west stand, adults will have to pay £16 while this drops down to £14 for a seat in the North stand. The West stand, which has the hospitality seating, is the most expensive on the ground with each seat costing £45. The west and north stands do have concession seats where Boston United fans can get a slight reduction in prices. These stands also tend to have a drastic reduction in ticket prices for fans under 16. The West stand, which houses the hospitality boxes, does not offer this advantage with all seats priced at the same £45.

Information unavailable

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The Jakemans Community Stadium is a modern facility with plenty of features for people with a disability. For starters, there are sufficient seating spots for people who want to access the ground on a wheelchair. Apart from seating, they also get special disabled toilet facilities, which are not located far away. There are also dedicated spots in the car park for people with disabilities so that they do not go long distances to get to the seats.

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The Jakemans Community Stadium has just been built and Boston United have not unveiled any information about stadium tours. We will update it once the information is available from the club.

Record Attendance

Not yet available (new ground)

Average Attendance

2019-2020: 2,152 (League Two)

2018-2019: 2,520 (League Two)

2017-2018: 2,932 (League Two)

  • Game Attended

    Boston United V Norwich City under 23's

    Competition

    Friendly

    Date

    24/07/2021

    Kick Off Time

    15:00

    Team Supported

    92 Club

    Why were you looking forward to this game and visiting the ground itself?

    I was intrigued about the new Jakemans Community Stadium after having visited York Street when Boston were in the Football League.

    How easy was your journey/finding the ground/car parking?

    It takes just over two hours from London so I travelled by train.

    What you did before the game pub/chippy etc, and were the home fans friendly?

    I arrived at the ground 45 minutes before kick off and had a good look round.

    What you thought on seeing the ground, first impressions of away end then other sides of the stadium?

    The new main stand is very impressive with a large bar/restaurant area. There is covered terracing on two other sides of the ground and one end still to be constructed.

    Comment on the game itself, atmosphere, stewards, pies, facilities etc..

    The games was quite lively with Boston scoring twice early on and the game finishing 3-3.

    Comment on getting away from the ground after the game

    I got s cab to and from the ground. It cost about £5 each way. There appeared to be ample parking for the crowd of 650.

    Summary of overall thoughts of the day out

    The food and drink outlets seemed reasonably priced. Inside the main stand there are murals detailing the club's history which are interesting without being too in depth. It is a very impressive non-league stadium. The club clearly have ambitions to play further up the pyramid.
  • Game Attended

    Boston United Vs Notts County

    Competition

    Friendly

    Date

    27/07/2021

    Kick Off Time

    19:45

    Team Supported

    Neutral

    Why were you looking forward to this game and visiting the ground itself?

    I 'm a Posh fan living in South Lincs and have passed this ground several times driving to Skegvegas so wanted to have a proper look

    How easy was your journey/finding the ground/car parking?

    25/30 minutes from my house and the right side of town for me. Parked opposite Starbucks on the other side of the round, plenty of street parking over that side but you probably need to get there in reasonable time. Otherwise parking for £3 at the ground

    What you did before the game pub/chippy etc, and were the home fans friendly?

    Coffee from Starbucks, a night game straight from work so wasn't fussed about having a beer

    What you thought on seeing the ground, first impressions of away end then other sides of the stadium?

    Lovely for a new build, clean, surrounded by trees, modern looking. Walked around the ground, one end still to be built

    Comment on the game itself, atmosphere, stewards, pies, facilities etc..

    Pre season friendly but at a decent pace, until the inevitable mass substitutions, 3-1 to Notts (form a higher level). Facilities excellent, we sat in the main stand, there is a terrace behind the goal and along the side (used for away fans currently), a nice nod to their heritage in the concourse. The food and drink looked good but I didn't partake, quite a queue at half time. Everyone very friendly, no badges or Programmes though, team sheet available

    Comment on getting away from the ground after the game

    Very very easy, we left a couple of minutes before and we were on the A16 and away in no time. I suspect the car park would take longer to get out of , especially on a Saturday

    Summary of overall thoughts of the day out

    Glad to get the tick, really nice ground, superb for the level, good enough for the league in my opinion.
Updated 19th June 2020