St. Andrews is the home to Birmingham Football club since 1906. It is an all seater stadium with a capcity of 30,016 and the pitch is 155 x 75 yards. Almost three quarters of the ground has been renovated since the 1990′s and was made the Tilton Road End and Spion Kop. The Railway End which opened in 1999 is a two tiered stand. Currently Birmingham are debating whether to move to a totally new stadium or undertake a 12M pound expansion that would bring the capcity to 36,500.
Away fans are housed in one end of the Railway end which has an allocation of 3,000 but can be increased to 4,500 for cup games. Visiting fans will be surrounded by home fans from above and next too. They are seperated by a plastic net. The view is a good one for visiting fans unlike other stadiums.
Food and Beer:
If you get hungry while watching the match you can purchase burgers (£2.80) and rollover hot dogs (£2.70), plus a range of Shire Foods pasties, sausage rolls & pies including the Chicken Balti Pie (£2.30). There are a few pubs around the ground but most are not places to go if you are not a Birmingham Fan. There are two within a 10 minute walk, the Brighton Pub and the Cricketers Arms that will tolerate visiting fans.
Like a number of Clubs, Birmingham City operate a match category policy (A, B, C & D) whereby the ticket prices cost more for the most popular games.
Railway End Lower Tier:
Adults £30 (B £27) (C £15) (D £15)
Concessions £18 (B £15) (C £10) (D £7)
Under 12′s £10 (B £7.50) (C £5) (D £5)