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SAINTS state-of-the-art 18,000 capacity Langtree Park is now open.
Langtree Park is in an excellent location in between the major cities of Liverpool and Manchester and is easily accessible via the M62 motorway. To reach the stadium simply exit Junction 7 from the M62 and follow the A570 (St Helens Linkway) until you reach Sherdley Road and then bear left onto Peasley Cross Lane.
Sat Nav details: St.Helens R.F.C. Ltd., Langtree Park, McManus Drive, St Helens, WA9 3AL.
The Club's disabled policy in regards to parking is here.
Please note that people parking on St Helens Retail Park who are not visiting the shops there will be liable for a fixed penalty.
St Helens Central rail station is only a five minute walk to Langtree Park. The station runs frequent services from Liverpool to Wigan and Preston.
Langtree Park can be reached via a new footbridge constructed over the link way to the North of the New Stadium; the bridge can be reached by following Shaw Street and then Chalon Way East past the St Helens Chamber of Commerce.
Liverpool and Manchester Airport are within 30 mins travel of the stadium.
St.Helens R.F.C. is a caring family club and act in a positive way to address behaviour which contravenes our high standards. The following values are examples of the type of behaviour that the club expect and practice, and the club will take responsibility to maintain and carry this forward into the future. The club is committed to the principles of equal opportunity and will not tolerate any form of discrimination.
In order to uphold these values participants in the game of Rugby League, players, parents, spectators, coaches, match officials, other volunteers and administrators of all ages should:
Important: every person who attends a Rugby League match does so with the permission and licence of the home club and or League. Breaches of this Code of Conduct may result in penalties up to and including a fine, loss of team match points and suspension.
These values incorporate equality, sports equity and diversity and positive action is allowed under legislation to redress any imbalance.
If you have an issue on matchday concerning supporter behaviour, you can text our control room on 07901 281 366. All texts much be genuine and will be treated in the utmost confidence.
Unnecessary noise such as that from the use of radio sets, and air horns and behaviour likely to cause confusion, annoyance or nuisance of any kind, including obscene, racist, homophobic or abusive language, is not permitted in any part of the ground. The consumption of intoxicating liquors is permitted only in authorised places and in accordance with the Sporting Events (Control of Alcohol etc) Act 1985. It is an offence, punishable by Law, for any person to enter or attempt to enter or attempt to enter the ground: (a) Whilst in possession of a controlled container which is or was capable of holding liquid and which if thrown will be capable of causing injury to another person. (b) Whilst in possession of alcohol. (c) Whilst Drunk. All persons entering the ground are admitted subject to the condition that they may be required to submit to search to prevent dangerous articles being brought into the ground which might be used to cause injury or damage to other persons or property. The Club reserves the right to refuse admission or to eject any person who refuses to be searched by a Steward or Police Officer. The obstruction of gangways, access ways, exits, and entrances, stairways and like places and standing in the seating areas whilst play is in progress, is prohibited. Any person persistently contravening this regulation may be ejected from the ground. Any person who fails to comply with instruction from a steward or Police Officer may be ejected from the ground. No Smoking is permitted within any areas of the ground within the perimeter walls of the Stadium. No Drums or other musical instruments which could be construed as dangerous or as a nuisance to other spectators are allowed within the ground.