Southampton SO14 5FP
From the M3 take the A33 into Southampton. Continue on the A33 until you reach the junction with the A3024 Northam Road and turn left onto this road towards Northam. Then turn right onto the B3038, Britannia Road for the stadium.
Southampton Football Club advises all supporters not to travel by private car into the surrounding areas of the Stadium. Due to parking restrictions operating on a match day they recommend all supporters to use local City Council Car Parks.
The Club recommends that you make use of the following City Council Car Parks:
1. Bedford Place Multi-storey Car Park – SO15 2QW
2. Grosvenor Square Multi-storey Car Park – SO15 2GR
3. West Park Road Multi-storey Car Park – SO15 1AP
4. Marlands Multi-storey Car Park – SO15 1BA
5. Eastgate Multi-storey Car Park – SO14 3HH
Parking is also available near the Marina or Woolston and may enable a quicker getaway after the match.
In addition to the scheduled bus services, there are shuttle bus services in operation on match days from the Central Train Station and the Town Quay Ferry Terminal. These services will commence two hours before the match kicks off and will continue to run until kick off. The service will also be in operation after the match to take passengers back to the railway station/ferry terminal. The service is not a numbered bus service and will simply say "Stadium Shuttle" on inbound journeys and "Rail/Ferry Shuttle" on outbound journeys.
Simply show your match ticket or season ticket booklet in order to use the shuttle bus service for £3 per return journey.
Bluestar 18 bus goes by the stadium
The stadium is about 20 minutes walk from the City Centre and train station and is a sign posted walk route.
Train takes approx 4-5 hours Cheap return £100.10 The only train to get you back leaves at 10-00 after that trains will get you to London but there are no trains from there until morning
Where to drink
There are not many pubs located close to the stadium, so the choice for away fans is limited. There is the Waterfront Bar in William Street, which is an area called Shamrock Quay. In the Ocean Village is "The Admiral Sir Lucius Curtis" public house. This large establishment has an an excellent choice of beers, friendly bar staff and a mix of both home and away fans'.
Most fans seem to end up in the city centre before the game, where there are plenty of pubs to choose from. Please remember though that if you do drink in the centre, that the stadium is a good twenty minute walk away. Otherwise alcohol is served within the ground.
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. With thanks to Southampton FC and the Football Ground Guide