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Travelling To Notts County? Here’s All You Need To Know

Read our essential guide before you plan your journey.

15 December 2017

Notts County Vs. Grimsby Town - Saturday 16th December 2017, kick-off 3pm.

Fixture News

Hicks In Charge At County

13 December 2017

Capacity: 20,300 (all seated)
Address: Meadow Lane, Nottingham, NG2 3HJ
Ticket Office: 0115 955 7210
Pitch Size: 114 x 76 yards
Club Nickname: The Magpies
Year Ground Opened: 1910

Important Travel News

Notts County have advised us of a road closure during and after Saturday’s fixture with Town.

County Road and Cattle Market Road will be closed between 4.30pm – 5.15pm to allow for the safe dispersal of fans.

There will be no access to London Road from Cattlemarket Road, County Road, Incinerator Road or Iremonger Road during this time.

Supporters are asked to consider the closure when making their matchday travel plans.

Entering the stadium

Town fans will be housed in the Jimmy Sirrel Stand, located on one side of the ground. Our fans should enter the stadium using turnstiles 19 - 31.

Pyro Dogs

Our supporters should be aware that dogs trained in the detection of pyroctechnics will be stationed around the ground on Saturday.

Tickets

We have sold around 1,200 of our allocation of up to 5,000 tickets for this game. We are expecting around 1500-1700 to make the short trip down the A46. 

Advanced Tickets Prices from Blundell Park:

Adults - £20
Concessions (Young Adults 18-21, Senior Citizens (60+) - £14
Under 18’s - £7
Under 16’s - £5
Under 12’s - £1*
Under 7’s – FOC*
Ambulant/Wheelchair Disabled – price of relevant Age band / Carer FOC (Higher/Medium rate of DLA)

*Only available sold with a full paying Adult/Senior Citizen.

On The Day Ticket Prices & Information

Adults - £22.00
Concessions (Young Adult 18-21, Senior (60+) - £16.00
Under 18 - £9.00
Under 16 - £7.00
Under 12 - £1.00
Under 7 – FOC

Away supporters can pay cash only at the away ticket booth located at the back of The Jimmy Sirrel Stand. Plenty of tickets available. 

How to get there.

Leave the M1 at Junction 26 and take the A610 towards Nottingham and then follow the signs for Melton Mowbray. Turn left before the River Trent in to Meadow Lane.

Park & Ride

If you would prefer not to drive into Nottingham centre, then there is a 'Park and Ride' scheme now in operation. If leaving the M1 at Junction 24 and following the A453 towards Nottingham, then the Clifton South Park & Ride site is clearly signposted. If coming in from the North and leaving the M1 at Junction 25 and following the A52 towards Nottingham, then the Totan Lane Park & Ride signposted off the first roundabout you reach. Parking is free and then you can take a tram to Nottingham Railway Station. If you show your matchday ticket then you can by a tram ticket for £2 return, otherwise it costs £3.50 return for Adults and Children £2. Please note that you need to purchase your ticket before getting on the tram. The journey time into Nottingham is 15 minutes and trams run every 10 minutes (or less) during the day and every 15 minutes in the evenings. The service runs until midnight.

Post Code for Sat Nav: NG2 3HJ

Parking

Matchday parking is available for a small fee at three locations within close proximity to Meadow Lane Stadium

Roads in the immediate vicinity of the stadium are subject to parking prohibitions on matchdays but some street parking is available for those arriving early.

By Train

The ground is a 10-15 minute walk away from Nottingham railway station. As you come out of the main station entrance, Turn left from the station across the car park and then turn right at the traffic lights. The ground is about a 1/4 of a mile down the dual carriageway on the left.

Where to Eat & Drink

The club recommend that visiting supporters use the Southbank Bar just across Trent Bridge. Special offers are available to visiting supporters on the production of a valid matchday ticket (details of the offer are printed on the reverse of the ticket).
Slightly further away from Meadow Lane, across Trent Bridge and on Radcliffe Road is the famous Trent Bridge Inn, a JD Wetherspoons pub on the corner of Trent Bridge Cricket Ground (NG2 6AA).

Celebrity Watch

Dale Winton of the TV game show Supermarket Sweep hails from these parts, as does DH Lawrence and William Booth (founder of the Salvation Army). Poet Lord Byron, Su Pollard and ice skaters Torvill and Dean also originate from the region.

Town's Kit Colours

Shirts: Blue
Shorts: Blue
Socks: Blue


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