Stoke City

Ground: Britannia Stadium
Address: Stoke City Football Club
Britannia Stadium
Stanley Matthews Way
Trentham Lakesv Stoke-on-Trent
Staffordshire
ST4 4EG
Phone: 01782 592222
Official Web site: http://www.stokecityfc.com

By car:
North/South/West: M6 to J15. Take the A500 to Stoke-on-Trent then the A50 to Derby/Uttoxeter (the Britannia Stadium is signposted and visible on the sky-line to the right). Once on the A50 drive past the stadium on the right to the first exit and come back down the westbound carriageway of the A50. East: A50 all the way to Stoke-on-Trent. Stadium to the left. Please note: on a matchday, access to the stadium from the A50 is strictly limited to coaches, permit holders and disabled supporters who have been allocated a parking space directly outside the stadium.

By rail:
Supporters arriving by train can take a two-minute walk to Glebe Street in Stoke where buses run to the stadium at regular intervals. Otherwise it's a good hours walk to the ground.

By bus:
Matchday buses leave Hanley (stand 11), Newcastle (stand D) and Longton (stand 10) bus stations and Stoke (Glebe Street) ONE HOUR before kick-off, with connecting bus services from all over the area. A shuttle bus service continues between Stoke (Glebe Street) and the Britannia Stadium at 15 minute intervals up until 15 minutes before kick-off. Return buses depart immediately after the match from bus terminals behind the Sentinel Stand (East). Normal fares apply.

Trouble Factor:
Stoke has always had a big hooligan element and it still does. Keep colours out of sight until well inside the ground.

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Car Parking:
Matchday parking is available for supporters on the SOUTH car park, access from Trentham Road only (see directions below) at a charge of 3. These tickets must be bought in advance from either the club Ticket office or selected newsagents throughout the area. There is no payment on the gate. The South car park is open from 11am for an afternoon match and 4pm for a night match.

Pubs:
Bitter and lager are available in the concourse bars of the Britannia, as are hot snacks. This is a godsend as there isn't a pub for miles around, and the ones in the centre of Stoke village tend to be 'home only.'
If you want something more substantial to eat, we're talking motorway service areas or station buffets - at least until the area around the stadium is developed.

Food:
See Pubs.


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