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Away match information - Doncaster and MK Dons

1 August 2022

Club News

Away match information - Doncaster and MK Dons

1 August 2022

Our next two games are away to Doncaster Rovers in Sky Bet EFL League Two this Saturday(ko 3pm) and then away to MK Dons in the first round of the Carabao Cup next Tuesday (ko 7.45pm). Ticket and travel information for both games is below

Doncaster: We will be playing in amber. Ground details are: Eco-Power Stadium, Stadium Way, Lakeside, Doncaster DN4 5JW:  Telephone 01302 764664.

Ticket prices are:  £20 for adults, £16 ages 60+ and 18-24, £5 for age 17 and under. Tickets are on sale from our Club Shop until Thursday this week from 10am to 12 noon. It is also possible to order a ticket over the phone to be sent out to you at an additional cost of £1.50. Phone 020 8644 4440 between 10am and 12 noon on Monday or Tuesday, which is the deadline for postal requests. Our accommodation is in the North Stand. Tickets can be bought on the day from the Club Doncaster Academy Reception in the North West corner of the Stadium. at no extra cost. 
 
Travel: The Supporters' Coach leaves at 7.30am, fare £35 return Contact John Parsons by email johnparsons092@gmail.com or text 07989 261929 (please confirm your name) to reserve a seat.
 
By car: Leave the M1 at junction 32 to join the M18, then leave the M18 at junction 3, the A6182. The ground is about a mile and a half along, behind the Lakeside Shopping Centre, and well signposted from the M18. Car parking is available, price £6.
 
By rail: Doncaster is served by frequent trains from Kings Cross, taking just over an hour and a half. Bus 56 leaves the bus station, just by the railway station, every fifteen minutes, taking about twenty minutes, or if you prefer to walk turn right out of the station and then carry on along Trafford Way and White Rose Way, with the stadium complex on the left about half an hour from the station. Go to www.nationalrail.co.uk for further details.
 
For further away supporter information click here.
 
MK Dons: We will be playing in black. Ground details are: Stadium MK, Stadium Way, Milton Keynes MK1 1ST. Telephone 01908 622922. If the scores are level after 90 minutes the game will be decided on penalties.
 
Ticket prices are: £12 for adults, £9 for over 65s, £6 for Under 25s, £3 Under 18s, £1.50 Under 12s (maximum of three per paying adult). Tickets are on sale from the Club Shop from Monday to Friday this week, and Monday next week, from 10am to 12 noon. It is also possible to order a ticket over the phone to be sent out to you at an additional cost of £1.50. Phone 020 8644 4440 between 10am and 12 noon on Monday to Thursday, which is the deadline for postal requests. Our accommodation is in the North Lower Stand and, as at Doncaster, admission is available on the night at no extra cost.
 
Travel: The Supporters' Coach leaves at 3.15pm, fare £20 return Contact John Parsons by email johnparsons092@gmail.com or text 07989 261929 (please confirm your name) to reserve a seat.
 
By car: Leave the M1 at junction 13 and follow the A421 towards Milton Keynes and Buckingham, and stay on the A421 until the Bleak Hall roundabout. Then turn left in to Grafton Street (V6) and follow the signs to the stadium. Parking on Tuesday is free. Please make sure not to park in Asda, or the MK1 shopping centre.
 
By rail: Milton Keynes Central station is actually about an hour's walk from the ground (Arriva Service 1 is a bus route linking the station to the ground), with Bletchley being closer at about half an hour away. The stadium is signposted from the station. There is a frequent service from Euston, taking between half an hour and an hour. Return trains at 22.10 and 22.29 then not until 23.18. A closer station is Fenny Stratford, about a 20 minute walk, again signposted, and reached by changing at Bletchley, but there are far fewer trains on the outward journey and no practical return train. Go to www.nationalrail.co.uk for further details.

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