Going to Shrewsbury ?

Shrewsbury Town

Directions SY2 6ST

At the end of the M54 continue onto the A5. After about seven miles, there is a traffic island which is at the junction with the A49. Bear left at this island still following the A5. At the next roundabout take the 3rd exit onto the B4380 (Thieves Lane). Continue along Thieves Lane going straight over two roundabouts and this will lead you into Oteley Road. You will reach the stadium down further down Oteley Road on the left.

There is a large car park at the stadium, holding almost 700 cars, however, this is normally for permit holders only. Parking is prohibited in the nearby Retail Park and nearby streets, so to find some street parking you may have to drive a bit further away.

For any fans wanting to make a full day of a Saturday at Shrewsbury, the Meole Brace Park & Ride site, is only a 10-15 minute walk from the ground and is well signposted from the A5. You can park at the site, catch a bus into Shrewsbury town centre, find plenty of food and drink outlets, and then catch a return bus back to the site. Journey time between 10-15 minutes depending on traffic volumes. Please note that parking is provided for those using the Park & Ride.

Distance approx 86 miles 1 hour 35 mins

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Going to Leeds ?

Leeds United LS11 0ES

Leeds United is adjacent to the intersections of the M1, M62 and M621. Alternatively enter the postcode LS11 0ES in to your Satellite Navigation.

A1, M1, A639 to Leeds. Join m621 to Junction 1. Take A6110 from Roundabout into Elland Road.

M1, M621 to Junction 1. Take A6110 from Roundabout into Elland Road. Just as you go under a railway bridge there are entrances on either side to a couple of very large car parks.

A64, A1, then as from North or M62, M621 to Junction 1. Take A6110 from roundabout into Elland Road.

M62, M621, to Junction 1. Take A6110 from roundabout into Elland Road.

Distance is around 100 miles 2 hours approx from Leicester


There are car parks near the ground where you may need to pay although the Leeds website suggests there is free on site car parking.  Car Park A is  close to the M621 for after the game

We subsequently had an e-mail from a Leeds fan saying "the car parking is a fiver its owned by the council not LUFC"

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Going to Millwall ?


Directions SE16 3LN

From North
Follow City signs from A1/M1, then signs for Shoreditch and Whitechapel.
Follow Ring Road signs for Dover, cross over Tower Bridge and after one mile take first exit at the roundabout onto A2. From Elephant & Castle take A2 (New Kent Road) into Old Kent Road and turn left after four miles at The Gem Bar into Ilderton Road to Zampa Road

From South
Take A20 and A21 following signs to London. At New Cross follow signs for Surrey Quays into Kender Street, turn left into Old Kent Road then right at the turning signposted "car pound" into Ilderton Road. Zampa Road (SE16 3LN) is the seventh turning on the right.

From East
Take A2 to New Cross (then as south

From West
From M4 and M3 follow South Circular (A205) then follow signs for Clapham, City (A3), then Camberwell to New Cross and then as from the South

Parking is mostly street parking


If travelling by train then it is probably best to grab a beer around London Bridge before moving onto the stadium.

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Going to Peterborough ?

Directions – PE2 8AL
The ground is located on the outskirts of the city centre, on the A15 London Road. The ground is fairly well signposted around the town centre.

Distance approx 41 miles 1 hour

From the North/West:
Drive into the town centre if you follow signs for Whittlesey (A605) this will lead you to the London Road. The new stand is quite visible from some distance away, so keep a lookout.

From the South:
Leave the A1 at the junction with the A15. Take the A15 towards Peterborough, you will eventually come to the ground on your right.


The Cherry Tree pub on Oundle Rd is quite popular with away fans as is the Palmerston Arms which is situated around 100 yards further along Oundle Road on the opposite side.

Near to the ground is Charters, which is certainly worth a visit. This former Dutch barge, is moored on the River Nene, just a few minutes walk away from London Road, on the left hand side of the bridge, going towards the town centre. Upstairs is a Chinese restaurant, but downstairs there is a bar, which had on my last visit 12 real ales on tap. It was friendly enough and fans were able to take their drinks out onto the river bank, which makes it quite pleasant, when the weather is good.

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Going to Blackpool ?

Directions  FY1 6JJ

Leave the M6 at Junction 32. Follow the M55 into the outskirts of Blackpool and continue straight along this road until you see the ground on your right. The ground is roughly located about half way between the Pleasure Beach and the Tower and is about a 1/4 of a mile inland from the south shore. Large pay and display car parks are located just across the road from the ground. However please note that unlike most towns and cities in England the pay and display car parks near to the Blackpool ground still charge after 6pm.

 Approx 152 miles, just under 3 hours 


Te 'No 1 Bar, which is a Working Mens Club, adjacent to the away supporters entrance to the ground on Bloomfield Road is recommended as welcoming to away fans. There are plenty of pubs in Blackpool town centre to choose from. Also recommended the Dunes pub on Lytham Road (Airport End) and the Wetherspoons pub called the Auctioneer on Lytham Road, near Blackpool South Station.

By Train

The closest railway station to the ground is Blackpool South and is around a ten minute walk away. However fewer trains stop at this station with most calling at Blackpool North. Blackpool North station is around two miles away and therefore you may wish to jump in a cab to the ground.

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