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🔍Travelling To Lincoln? Here's All You Need To Know

Read this before you travel to Lincoln.

17 January 2019

Lincoln City Vs. Grimsby Town - Saturday 17th March, kick-off 1pm.

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Lincoln City Beam Back Next Weekend

18 January 2019

Supporters are reminded that this fixture is a 1pm kick-off. This fixture is now completely sold out.

The Mariners will be backed by an army of almost 1700 supporters on the day.

Where to enter the stadium

Town fans will be located in the Stacey West stand and should enter the stadium via turnstiles 4, 5, 6, 7 and 8.

Where to Eat & Drink

Away supporters tend to favour the Brayford drinking establishments, a short walk from the railway station. 

There are catering points inside the stadium, there is a Fish and Chip shop (Back of the Net) 200 yards from away stand. On the high street there are many outlets including KFC, Chinese, Subway, Mexican and Indian restaurants. In the pedestrian areas you will find the likes of McDonalds and Costa coffee.

How to get there

From the North and south take A46 junction at Newark off the A1. (Then follow directions to stadium below, from West).

From the West take A46 from Newark then at the second roundabout take A46 (not ring road) to North Hykeham (past McDonalds) and follow for 3 miles to large roundabout (St Catherine's) - postcode, LN5 8EN.

This takes you to South Park Avenue, where you access the South Common Car Park where you can park for £3.

From the East take A17 to Sleaford and then take A15 to Lincoln on entering Lincoln at button of Cross O’ Cliff Hill, turn right at lights to St Catherine's roundabout. (see car parking)

By train:

Lincoln Central is about a 15 min walk from the stadium. Turn left out of the station, then left on to High Street (over level crossing). Continue to Scorer street and turn left then right at the Back of the Net Fish and Chip Shop, the Stadium is 300 yards ahead.

By bus:

Turn left out of bus station then left on to High Street, follow until you get to Scorer Street and take a left then right at Back of the Net Fish and Chip Shop.

By Coach:

Currently coach parking is on the Fire Station car park behind the Bridge McFarland Stand and is free of charge, please use postcode LN5 8EN. This will direct you through the development side at the back of the Bridge McFarland Stand.

Car parking:

There are several options for parking:

Park & Ride: Park for free at Waitrose (LN2 4DS) north of the city and take the Park & Ride bus to Lincoln Central Bus Station for £2.50 per person (return ticket, children ride for free). The stadium is a 15 minute walk from here via High Street, Scorer Street, and Cross Street. 

The closest multi-storey car park to the stadium is Lincoln Central Car Park (LN5 7BP) which is Park Mark security accredited. You can park here all day for £8 and it is a 15 minute walk from here via High Street, Scorer Street, and Cross Street. Find out about more car parks at visitlincoln.com/carparks.

Celebrity Watch

The Hustle actor Kelly Adams was born a mere goal kick away from Sincil Bank, as were fellow troupers John Hurt and Jim Broadbent.

Ex Leeds United and Nottingham Forest striker Lee Chapman also hails from these parts. 

Town Kit

Shirts: Purple
Shorts: Purple
Socks: Purple

Who's the Ref?

The man in charge will be Mr Mike Dean 


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