Stanley Matthews Way
The Club will operate up to four free coaches at every away fixture in the Barclays Premier League, with a minimum of one coach departing from our established pick-up points at Craven Cottage and Motspur Park.
Travel reservations will continue to be made available at the same time as match tickets and places will be offered on a first-come-first-served basis to any supporters who have purchased a ticket for the game. For more information and to book your place please call the Ticket Office on 0843 208 1234. You must pre-book a seat on the coach. We are unable to accommodate supporters that have not pre-booked, due to capacity.
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*The Motspur Park coach will depart from West Barnes Lane, opposite the Earl Beatty pub.
Leave London via M1 or M40/M42/M5 to join M6. Continue on M6 until Junction 15. Exit signs for Stoke on A500 and proceed ahead at roundabout. At next junction, exit roundabout along A34 for Stone/Trentham along Stone Road. Turn left at next roundabout onto Longton Road (A5035). The southern entrance to the stadium is signposted here. Alternative route: As above until Junction 15 on M6, then in one mile take right-hand exit at roundabout onto A50 signed Longton/Derby. At first exit, complete a U-turn by turning right onto the bridge which crosses the A50. Then turn right into Gordon Banks Drive and left into Stanley Matthews Way. Ground is on the right-hand side.
Available close to the ground along Stanley Matthews Way. Prices from £5. Other car parks available in town centre. Street parking restricted.
Travel from Euston to Stoke-on-Trent. Station is two miles from ground. Buses run to ground from Glebe Street, close to station. Taxi from £5. You are advised to check train times before travelling.
“This season’s trip has the added interest of one of our former Managers, Mark Hughes, now overseeing the Potters. It remains to be seen whether we can take all three points, but it would be nice to win the penultimate game of the 2013/14 campaign and see the term out in style.
“I have to say, for me, the Britannia is one of the most underrated grounds in the league. It’s probably one of my favourite to visit. The atmosphere is always great, and you know that you’ll always be in for a battle out on the pitch. That’s what away games are all about.”