On Saturday 25 February we are away to Newport County at Rodney Parade, kick off 3pm. We will be wearing all green.
Tickets for the game are on sale through our Club Shop this week(10am to 12 noon, Monday to Friday). Prices are £22 for adults, £18 for seniors (age 60+), £16 for students (NUS card or proof of education required) and young adults (age 16-21), £10 for under 16s, £8 for under 12s and free for under 6s if accompanied by a paying adult or senior.
Tickets will also be available on the day of the game, CASH ONLY.
Ambulant disabled supporters receiving middle or higher rate disability allowance pay the applicable price for their age and receive a free carer's ticket.
Our accommodation is in the covered Bisley Stand.
The Supporters' coach leaves at 8.45am, and anyone wishing to travel to Newport on the coach should book through John Parsons on email email@example.com or text 07989 261929 (Please confirm your name when texting) between 8.00am and 6.00pm.
Drivers should leave the M4 at junction 24 and take the B4237 towards Newport (East). In about two and a half miles at a set of lights turn left, still signposted the B4237. Go under a railway bridge and turn right at the next set of lights in to Corporation Road. The ground and the away supporters' entrance is on the left. There is no parking at the ground, but street parking is available around the ground and the town centre multi-storey car parks are only a short walk away.
By rail you can travel from Paddington to Newport on an hourly service at 48 minutes past the hour, taking about an hour and a half. It's about a ten minute walk from the station to the ground,- come out of the main exit and turn left in to Queensway. Keep going until you get to a large roundabout, and take the pedestrian underpass to the centre of the roundabout. Turn left towards Clarence Pier and the River Usk. On returning to ground level cross the bridge in front of you over the river and turn right in to Rodney Parade. Return trains are at 17.31, 19.04 or 19.32, and you can also catch the 17.41 or 18.14 and change at Bristol Temple Meads.
Independent travellers should be aware that next Saturday is also the Wales v England Six Nations game in Cardiff, kicking off at 4.45pm, and road and rail routes in to and out of Wales, particularly in the morning, are likely to be very busy.