Eastleigh Football Club have played at the Silverlake Stadium since 1957. Previously known as the Sparshatts Stadium, it has a capacity of 5,192.
The north end of the Stadium is home to the ever popular Executive Club which offers seasonal hospitality to sponsors, partners and fans as well as fantastic one off match day experiences. (See Executive Club in the Commercial Section). The Greene King sponsored Spitfire clubhouse, which is open every match day to both home and away, fans alike is also found at this end of the Stadium.
The west side of the Silverlake, is home to the 370 seated main stand, which has the perfect halfway line view, for those who enjoy there football from the comfort of a seat.
The south stand known as the Silverlake Stand was in 2006 subject to an improvement project, in which the roof was widened to cover the whole length of the stand, and 150 seats were added.
Premier Telecom are the sponsors of the east stand, and like the Silverlake Stand was again part of the Stadium improvement project in 2006 a metal back and roof were added, along with an electronic scoreboard on the roof.
The ground’s record attendance is 3,191 for a friendly match against Southampton in July 2007, whilst the record for a league match is 2,283, which was set on 28 March 2009, against AFC Wimbledon. Both these figures were overtaken on 28th February 2015 when 4,126 people attended the Eastleigh v Macclesfield Town Vanarama Conference fixture which was televised live on BT Sport.