17 December 2012

Truro City FC Visitor and Away Fans Information

Truro City FC. Treyew Road, Truro, Cornwall TR1 2TH


Treyew Road

: 3200 Capacity; One covered seated stand and one covered standing area. One seated family stand. Two 500 seater, uncovered stands. Large licensed bar overlooking the pitch.


Ticket Prices: 2017-18


Adult: £13

Concessions (Over 65): £10

Under 18s and Students: £5

Under 12s (accompanied by an adult): Free

Family ticket (2 Adults and up to 3 children): £26


Fully licensed bar is available at the Treyew Road ground. Bar is open on match days only from 12 noon on Saturday and 6pm on evening games.  Food on match day includes burgers, Hot Dogs, pasties and chips etc.

Parking & Travel

Parking is free at the ground and is usually accessible, though an overspill car park exists at the County Hall, 500 m west from the ground.

Truro mainline railway station is a maximum 10 minute walk away from the ground (uphill) and the city centre is 5 minutes away (downhill).  A taxi is recommended from the city to the ground, or take the 15 minute walk (virtually all uphill).

Drinking in Truro

Truro Independent Supporters Association (TISA) welcome all away fans to drink with them at their Headquarters – The Railway Tavern, located directly outside the train station and on your left as you exit the station.   Simultaneous multi-game Sky & BT Sport viewing is shown. No food is served here though you can bring/consume your own and organised supporters groups can contact @TISAboys on Twitter and we’ll make sure we have a free buffet ready for you when you arrive.

In the city itself, recommended hostelries for Away and Home fans include the popular White Hart in New Bridge Street, the Old Ale House in Green Street and Wetherspoons on Lemon Quay, all within one minute walk of each other and all have a cooked menu available.  Local real ale abounds in all local pubs. 

Cornish favourite brews are Skinners (brewed in Truro), Doom Bar (Sharpe's of Rock) and Tribute (St. Austell Brewery). Several ciders are also available.

Eating in Truro

Virtually all the pubs will serve hot food at lunchtimes.  Cornish pasties and saffron buns are the local Cornish delicacies. Several bakeries claim their pasties are the best, but this is open to debate. Rowe's pasties though are considered one of the best.


For those staying over on Saturday night, accommodation is somewhat limited within the City. The County Arms (St Austell Brewery owned) has brand new rooms and the location is only 5 minutes’ walk from the ground. The Donnington B&B opposite the ground includes a generous cooked breakfast.

Fans from other visiting clubs tend to stay overnight in either Newquay (15miles away) or Falmouth (9 miles). Both towns have ample accommodation and arguably a more vibrant nightlife, though Truro can certainly pack a punch (so to speak).


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  2. Hi Im coming down with Eastbourne on Saturday,thanks for the info.

  3. Im coming down with Eastbourne on Saturday,and was wondering about pubs,so thanks for the info.