Ground: Alfred McAlpine Stadium


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How to Get To The Stadium

By Car:

From The South Exit M1 at junction 38. Keep on the A637 for over 6 miles until you reach the Grangemoor Roundabout, then follow signs to Huddersfield on the A642. As you're coming towards the Town Centre turn right into St. Andrews Road by the Aspley Pub, carry on for 0.5 miles and the entrance to the Stadium is on the right hand side by the Arriva Ford garage. Alternatively keep on the M1 all the way up to Leeds, turning onto the M62, and follow the route below.

From The North, East & West
Exit M62 at junction 25. At motorway roundabout follow signs to Huddersfield A644, Dewsbury onto the A644. At Cooper Bridge roundabout after 1.2 miles turn right into Leeds Road (A62). Follow Huddersfield A62 signs through several sets of lights for 2.8 miles, and then turn left into Thistle Street, passing between the Spinners Arms and the Market Tavern. At crossroads turn right into St. Andrews Road, and then left into the Stadium at the next set of lights.

From The West
Exit M62 at junction 24. At motorway roundabout follow signs to Huddersfield (A629) into the Town Centre. Follow the Ring Road round and exit onto Leeds Road (A62), then take 2nd right down Gasworks Street. At the crossroads go straight across to get to the Stadium.

By Train:
Huddersfield is situated on the Trans-Pennine Line, in between Manchester and Leeds, one of the major rail routes in the North of England. To get to the Stadium, after coming out of Huddersfield Railway Station, turn left down Railway Street (past the main entrance to The George Hotel). Go straight across at the crossroads onto Northumberland Street and walk down (Post Office on the right) across the Ring Road onto Leeds Road (A62). Take the 2nd right down Gasworks Street, straight over the crossroads with Firth Street and follow the road to the Stadium.

By Bus:
There are two services direct to the Stadium, the 330 and the 331, they run every 15 minutes from Market Street in the Town Centre and also call at Westgate and Kirkgate. The service is operated by 'First Huddersfield' (the green buses!). The following services run along Leeds Road near the Stadium, they are Nos 210, 202, 203 and 207.

The Gardner Merchant South Stand is the area allocated for visiting supporters, the other three stands are for home supporters only. Car parks are situated behind the Gardner Merchant South Stand and across the river from the Lawrence Batley Riverside Stand. There are only a small number of spaces available on a matchday but alternative parking can be found just off Gasworks Street, and for big matches Holset provide extra parking spaces just off St. Andrews Road. The Stadium offers high quality disabled facilities for home and visiting supporters and some of the best food in the Premier and Nationwide Leagues.

Car Parking:
Visitors may park at the St Andrews Road car park, otherwise there is the charity car park in Gas Works Street and a small multi-story on Pine Street. Car crime is a problem, so keep valuables out of sight.

Pubs around the ground area tend to be visitor friendly. Some favourites are The Spinners Arms, The Peacock and The Aspley. Police advice to visitors is not to use the pubs in the Town Centre.

Immediately around the ground, the only food outlets are burger vans, although the town centre is only a 10minute walk away.

Safety factor:
A small number of hooligans do congregate in the town, so visiting fans are advised to take great care walking from and to the railway station.

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