Going to West Ham ?

West Ham United London Stadium E20 2ST

Located in the south of Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, the easiest and quickest mode of travel to games at London Stadium is by public transport.

Tube and Train

The quickest way to get to the stadium is to walk from Stratford Station. West Ham Station will be extremely busy on matchdays and it is advised that supporters find alternative direct routes to Stratford Station.

Stratford and Stratford International Station are served by: DLR, Jubilee and Central Line services; National Rail operated by C2C and Greater Anglia, London Overground and South Eastern trains. 

Pudding Mill Lane is a DLR station 10 mins walk away and Hackney Wick – a 20 min walk is served by London Overground

By train journey to London takes approx 2 hours , off peak return £72 including tube

Bus

Stratford Bus Station and Stratford City Bus Stations are located in close proximity to Stratford Station.

Buses that run to these stations are numbers: 25, 86, 97, 104, 108, 158, 241, 257, 262, 276, 308, 425, 473, D8.

Parking

There is no parking available at London Stadium and parking restrictions will be in place and enforced in the local area.

Where to drink

There are very few pubs in the immediate vicinity which welcome away fans. There are food and drink outlets in the Westfield shopping area nearby or it may be easier to drink in central London prior to the game.

All information is provided in good faith but the Foxes Trust cannot be held responsible for any errors. Thanks to the Football Ground Guide.

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Going to Huddersfield ?

Huddersfield   HD1 6PX

The John Smiths' Stadium is located just off the A62 Leeds Road. It can be easiest reached from Junction 25 of the M62. Simply follow the signs for Huddersfield (A62) and you will reach the stadium over on your left.

If approaching from the South, then leave the M1 at Junction 38 and take the A637 towards and then the A642 into Huddersfield. As you approach the town centre try to keep to the right hand lane as you will turn right at the roundabout and onto the A62 Leeds Road. The stadium is a short distance down this road on the right.

Alternatively if coming up from the South and looking for somewhere to park then along St Andrews Road there are a number of small businesses that offer parking for around £5. To find these, then aa you approach the town centre you will pass a Lidl store on your left. Go through the next lights and after passing a KFC and Iceland shop on your right, move over to the right hand lane and then turn right at the next set of traffic lights into St Andrews Road. Keep straight along this road and you will soon see the stadium over on your right.

There is also a fair sized car park located at the ground which costs £6. 

Approx 93 mls  1 hr 45 mins

Public Transport

The John Smith's Stadium is walkable from Huddersfield Railway Station, it should take no more than 15 minutes at a comfortable pace. After coming out of the Railway Station, turn down past the front of The George Hotel. Go straight over the crossroads into Northumberland Street and walk down across the Ring Road straight on into Leeds Road. Turn right down Gasworks Street. Straight over the crossroads to the ground.

Trains take 2hr 30min to 3 hrs off peak return £45-60

Where to drink

'The Head of Steam pub at the railway station is pretty good and serves food too. Also near to the railway station is the Cherry Tree pub. This Wetherspoons outlet is located on John William Street and is popular with away fans. Otherwise if you like your real ale, then Huddersfield has a number of entries in the CAMRA Good Beer Guide. Those in the town centre closest to the ground include; The King's Head (very near to the Head of Steam), The Sportsman on St John's Road, the Vulcan in St Peter's Street and Slubbers Arms on Halifax Old Road.

There is also a cinema and entertainment complex behind the North Stand, which also contains the Rope Walk pub.

All information is provided in good faith but the Foxes Trust cannot be held responsible for any errors. Thanks to the Football Ground Guide

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Going to Liverpool ?

Liverpool – L4 0TH

By Car: Anfield is accessible from all major routes. Follow the M62 to Liverpool until you reach the end of the motorway (beware of a 50mph speed camera about a 1/4 of a mile from the end of the motorway). Then follow the A5058 towards Liverpool. After three miles turn left at the traffic lights into Utting Avenue (there is a McDonalds on the corner of this junction). Proceed for one mile and then turn right at the Arkles pub for the ground. If you arrive early (around 1pm) then there is street parking to be found.

Approx 120 miles, 2 hours 30 mins

Parking

Recently a residents only parking scheme has been introduced in some streets around the ground, so check any signs first. Otherwise it as an idea to park in the streets around Goodison and walk across Stanley Park to Anfield, or you can park in a secure parking area at Goodison itself which costs £10.

Walton Breck road and Anfield road are also closed prior to kick off.

By Rail: Lime Street Railway Station is two miles from Anfield. You can take a taxi from Lime Street (fares usually cost between £7- £9) or buses go from nearby Queen Square Bus Station. On matchdays you can use the Merseyrail network to link with the Soccerbus service from Sandhills Station.

There are no trains back to Leicester after the match

By Bus: From Liverpool City Centre, take the 26 or 27 from Paradise Street Interchange, 17 from Queen Square Bus Station or the 917 from St Johns Lane, directly to the ground. The 68/168, which operates between Bootle and Aigburth, and the 14 and 19 (from Queen Square) stop a short walk away from the ground.The 'Gillmoss Park and Ride' facility is available on a matchday for fans.

For more information go to www.merseytravel.gov.uk/travelling-around/timetables/AllTimetables

The Soccer Bus runs from Sandhills Station, on the Merseyrail Northern Line, to Anfield for all Liverpool home Barclays Premier League and cup matches. The Soccerbus runs two hours before each match (last bus from Sandhills Station is approximately 15 minutes before kick-off) and for 50 minutes after the final whistle (subject to availability). The Soccerbus will run for the match but other services may be limited.

Where to drink

The Arkles pub near to the ground is known as the away fans pub, but as can be expected it can get extremely crowded. The Flat Iron is a five minute walk away and usually mixed home/away fans.

Please note large bags are not allowed in the stadium.

Please check the cost and times of trains etc. All information is provided in good faith but the Foxes Trust cannot be held responsible for any errors.

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Going to Wolves ?

Directions by road  WV1 4QR

From Leicester easiest route may be down the M69 to the M6, then follow directions from the South East

By road from the north:

Exit M6 at junction 12.At island take third exit onto A5 for Wolverhampton. At the next island turn left onto A449. After six miles the A449 passes under the M54.

Carry straight on and at the sixth island (Five Ways) take the third exit onto Waterloo Road. Molineux is one mile straight on.

By road from the south west:

Exit M5 at junction 2. Follow the signs for Wolverhampton on the A4123 for eight miles to the Ring Road.Turn left on Ring Road, following signs for Molineux.

Take second exit at next two islands, pass Banks’s Brewery and swimming baths on left and then turn left at next set of traffic lights. Molineux is 500 yards on the right.

By road from the south east:

Exit M6 at junction 10. Take A454 via Willenhall to Wolverhampton Ring Road.

At fi rst Ring Road island, take the fourth exit (A449 to Stafford).Straight on at next two sets of traffic lights.Filter right at third set of lights into Waterloo Road. 

Molineux is 500 yards on right.

From Wolverhampton railway/bus stations, follow the Ring Road, walking down the side of the Chubb buildings.

Then at the major crossroads you will see Molineux to the left.

Approx 60 mls     1hrs 30 mins

Parking

There is a limited amount of parking at the stadium and city centre car parks tend to be very busy on Saturday. There will be car parking available further from the ground and it will be easier to get away after the game. Parking at the station is £5-00

Directions by rail

From Wolverhampton railway/bus stations, follow the Ring Road, walking down the side of the Chubb buildings. Then at the major crossroads you will see Molineux to the left. Walking takes approx 15-20 mins

Trains take 1hrs 30mins  off peak return £22-95

Pubs

There are no pubs as such near to the stadium.  

All information is provided in good faith but the Foxes Trust cannot be held responsible for any errors. Thanks to the Football Ground Guide, and Wolverhampton Wanderers FC

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Going to Newport ?

Newport County NP19 0UU  

By car  136 mls, 2 hours 45 mins

By Car…

From the West: 
Take Junction 26 from the M4 
Take 3rd Exit off Roundabout onto Malpas Road 
Take 2nd Exit off Roundabout 
at Next Roundabout take 1st Exit across River Usk 
at Next Traffic Lights bear Right onto Chepstow Road 
Take 1st Right onto Cedar Road 
Take 1st Right onto Corporation Road 
Take 1st Left onto Grafton Road 
Rodney Parade is on your Left.

From the East: 
Take Junction 25a from the M4 
Take 1st Exit off Roundabout onto Heidenheim Way 
Take 1st Exit off Flyover 
Take 2nd Exit off Roundabout 
at Next Roundabout take 1st Exit across River Usk 
at Next Traffic Lights bear Right onto Chepstow Road 
Take 1st Right onto Cedar Road 
Take 1st Right onto Corporation Road 
Take 1st Left onto Grafton Road 
Rodney Parade is on your Left.

 Car Parking

There are several public car parks in the City Centre within a short walking distance of Rodney Parade.  There is also plenty of parking on the streets near the stadium – please be aware of local parking restrictions.

By Train…

The nearest train station to Rodney Parade is Newport (Gwent).  It is not far away and should take less than 10 minutes to walk. 

Leave the train station via the entrance/exit at “Platform 1”. 
Cross the road (so that you are outside Admiral Insurance) and turn left. 
Follow the pavement.  It will eventually curve left (past Delilah’s Café and Bar).  This will bring you out near the Market Arcade and Popadom’s Indian Restaurant. 
Turn left and follow the road to the end. 
At the end of the road you will see a staircase on your right.  Go down the stairs and through the underpass which will bring you out at Clarence Street Bridge. 
Go over the bridge and take your first right onto Rodney Road. 

Advance singles £35 each, last train back 8-00pm, limited availability on cheap fares.

WHERE TO DRINK

Excelsior Institute on Corporation Road  is where away fans tend to go ahead of games. The Excelsior is approximately 5 minutes walk from the Away Entrance.

All information is provided in good faith but the Foxes Trust cannot be held responsible for any errors. Thanks to the Football Ground Guide and Newport County FC

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