By Ryan Batty:
If you’re planning on making the trip to Stevenage tomorrow, please take the time to read this Away Fans Guide regarding travel information, ticket prices and where to go!
Getting to Stevenage
If you haven’t booked train tickets for tomorrow, there are trains every fifteen minutes or so from Crewe station to London Euston.
From London Euston
Hop on the Underground from Euston to Finsbury Park or Kings Cross, where Overground trains to Stevenage can be found.
Information to Stevenage by car can be found here: https://www.google.co.uk/maps/dir/Nantwich/Lamex+Stadium,+Stevenageemail@example.com,-2.4344396,8z/am=t/data=!3m1!4b1!4m13!4m12!1m5!1m1!1s0x487a5fdd4abc54e9:0x19e706a9106b1302!2m2!1d-2.524102!2d53.067185!1m5!1m1!1s0x4876302bcd3f45a5:0x5697fadf06b85468!2m2!1d-0.1936515!2d51.8898522. Please leave plenty of time for your journey as the route includes tolls and is subject to traffic.
Further information can be found here: https://www.stevenagefc.com/club/contact-usfind-us/
At the Ground
Tickets can be purchased tomorrow, and here are the prices for on-the-gate tickets:
Adults – £22
Concessions – £20
16-21 – £12
U16s – £10
U12 – £8
Nantwich fans will be in the South Stand, and some information about the stand can be found.
Built in 2001, this all-seated stand is behind the goal at the south end of the ground and has a capacity of 1,390.
Catering and toilet facilities are available to away fans underneath this stand however no alcohol is available to visiting away fans inside the ground. On the vast majority of fixtures away fans are welcome in our Broadhall Suite bar pre-match. This is located in the south-east corner of the ground, close to the away turnstiles, doors open at midday and the early Premier League kick-off is usually on the TVs. Bar food is usually available too.
Please enjoy tomorrow’s game and roar on The Dabbers! Our match preview for the game can be found here.
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