Away Days

Planning on following the Giants away from home?

Not sure of where to go or how to get there? or want ideas for pre/post match?

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The Mend-a-hose Jungle – capacity (10,500)
Wheldon Road, Castleford, WF10 2SD

Leave the M62 at junction 31 following Castleford A655 At roundabout take the 2nd exit onto the A6032 At the roundabout take the 2nd exit onto Wheldon Road.

Alternatively: From J32, take the A656 s/p Castleford. At the roundabout by the WMC, turn left, following the A656. turn right at the mini roundabout by the petrol station, following the brown signs for Castleford, continue down here then fork left at next mini roundabout for the car parks just after the bridge, Wheldon Road is across the roundabout from the car parks and down the road.

Castleford train station is situated a short distance away from the ground in the town centre. To get to the ground, from the platform walk out the station car park straight ahead on to Powell St. Keep walking straight until you come out on to Carlton St. Turn right on to Carlton St and keep walking to the pedestrianised area of Carlton St, keep on this road and head on to Bridge St. Cross over dual carriageway at back of Carlton Lanes car park using crossing. Go left and then turn right on to Wheldon Road. Follow the road around until reaching the stadium.

Exit bus station on to the main road (where all the shops are). Turn right after exiting on to A655 Albion Street. Turn right on to Carlton St, Follow the road around and the instructions above, OR carry straight on down Church St to the bottom, turn right and follow the main road to junction of Bridge St/Lock Lane/Wheldon Rd then as above.

You can generally just follow the crowds as most people will be heading to the ground.

The Glass Blower (Wetherspoons) is Situated on Bank St (near to Wesley St car park). If coming from Carlton Lanes (Bridge St) walk out of car park entrance, turn left on to Carlton Lanes, and follow road until coming to cross roads (end of pedestrianised area). Turn right on to Bank St and follow road down. Glass Blower is on your right, from train station, turn left instead of carrying on onto the pedestrian zone, from bus, same as train from Carlton St or turn right up Bank St near the job centre building.

There are bars and a marquee inside the ground and The Boot room across from the ground.

There’s also numerous outlets at the J32 complex which is around 10-15 minutes’ drive away.

Cas is one of the few grounds that doesn’t have a dedicated away stand, away fans generally congregate on the open railway terrace behind the posts (uncovered) or down the side on princess street terrace (covered) but restricted views, fans can stand (or sit) wherever they like, but bear in mind, the Wheldon Road end behind the other goals are home Castleford’s most vocal and partisan fans and might not be the best place for an away fan.

Ticket information here

CATALANS DRAGONS (1,006 miles)
Stade Gilbert Brutus – capacity (12,000)
Avenue de l’aerodrome, 66000, Perpignan

See the information provided by Catalans Dragons here 

There is a shuttle bus (Navette) which runs to the stadium on match days and is free with a match ticket, this runs down Blvd Clemenceau and over the river towards the stadium and picks up at stops Catalogne (brasserie), Clemenceau, Vauban (1) and Variétés.

Line A bus calls at the above stops as well as Le Castillet, stop Brutus is across from the ground.

Line 6 runs from the station in Perpignan, stopping at the stops above along Blvd Clemenceau and stops at either Roussillonnaise or Aérodrome stops which are both near to the ground.

For official travel/tours- the buses usually arrive from Spain close to Le Castillet and then drop off close to the ground nearer kick off time.

From here the city’s narrow streets and squares spread out across the old parts of the city, there are lots of bars/restaurants around this area including the popular Le Grand café de la poste and L’Argenier on Place de Verdun, immediately behind Le Castillet. (This is the area sometimes referred to as “Perpignan square”, in fact, it’s a busy traffic street cutting across Place de Verdun, so wits are needed).

There are many other bars and restaurants across the canal in front of Le Castillet and past Galeries Lafayette around Blvd Clemenceau and Av. Marechal Leclerc including O’Flaherty’s Irish pub, Delirium and further down Clemenceau is the Arena sports bar which is extremely popular with fans staying in Perpignan.

Across the canal along Quai Sebastian Vauban are eateries, coffee shops, patisserie’s and Les Halles Vauban with more eateries and food stalls, at the end of here is Place Arago, there are bars, restaurants, brasseries and a steakhouse around here as well as smaller cafes, bars and food stalls in the narrow streets off the main place, around the corner from here is another extremely popular bar for fans in Perpignan, Café de la Source on Rue Marechal Foch.

Another popular area for fans staying in Perpignan is Place de Republique, a large square with bars and restaurants including the very popular “Bar and Britz”, to reach this square, head straight down the street from Le Castillet, past the tourism office and turn right then next left up into the square, alternatively, you can go left then the next right.

Perpignan city centre is a bustling, vibrant place to be especially on a warm summers day and the old, narrow streets are a delight to explore.

Games kick off at 6pm CET (5pm Huddersfield time) on Saturdays generally, Tickets are usually available from the Giants prior to the game but there is a ticket office available at the stadium or at these locations throughout France, Carrefour – Fnac – Géant and online.

Away fans are generally located in the corner of Puig-Aubert stand but can usually sit/stand anywhere in the ground except VIP area of the Main stand and prices are generally:

Children – 12 years old: €4
Students: €10
Standing: €15
Puig-Aubert stand: €22
Guasch-Laborde stand: €27.

Bonzoms Silver Grandstand: €32
Bonzoms Gold Grandstand: €37
Bonzoms Official Grandstand: €53.

Food and drink is available at the ground but be aware! Les Dragons use a token system, you must first buy tokens which can be exchanged at kiosks for food and drink, so give yourself extra time as you may need to queue twice, and the queues can be quite lengthy at busy times.

HULL FC (74 miles)
MKM Stadium – capacity (25,586)
Walton St, Hull, HU3 6HU

Approach Hull from the M62 leading on to the A63. Follow the dual carriageway under the Humber Bridge onto the A63 ‘Clive Sullivan Way’.

You will approach a fly-over, directly before this, stay left onto the slip road sign posted ‘Infirmary’ and ‘MKM Stadium’ At the roundabout, take the second exit ‘Rawling Way’.

At the next main set of lights (with the hospital in front of you) take a left turn on to A1105 Anlaby Road towards the stadium visible directly to your right.

Continue over the fly-over and down to the next set of lights.

For supporter match day parking turn right. For people using a sat-nav, the post code is HU3 6HU.

There is on site parking at the stadium, charge of £5 to park on the Walton Street car Park. Gates open three hours before kick-off and close three hours after the final hooter. Please note any vehicles left after this time will be charged with a £75 penalty.

Park & Ride at Priory Park is clearly signposted on the A63 when entering from the west of the city. With up to 650 parking spaces, regular buses travel straight down Anlaby Road, stopping at the Stadium and continuing into Hull City Centre.

There is also parking in the city centre and some street parking (check for restrictions).

Direct services from Huddersfield/Leeds to Hull Paragon Interchange.

Stadium is a 20-30 minute walk from the station depending on route.

Route 1 – Through station/St Stephens centre across Park St and onto Londesborough St, follow to end and onto the bridge, cross the railway to the stadium.

Route 2 – Exit station onto Ferensway, turn right, right again into Anlaby Rd, past hospital and over flyover, stadium on the right through the park.

Hull city centre, especially around the old town has some great pubs, there’s also 2 Wetherspoons too, the nearest is Admiral of the Humber, across the road from Paragon station, Three John Scott’s is further on near the old town and there’s a head of steam on King St near the minster.

There are lots of places to eat and drink around Princes Quay and around Humber St at the marina and a bit further away from the stadium on Princes Avenue.

Around the ground, there are a few pubs, eateries, chippy’s etc along Anlaby Rd going away from the ground, most of them are home pubs but Giants fans are more than welcome in them too.

The once popular Brickmakers arms on Walton St is now a restaurant.

Away fans are usually situated in the North Stand behind the goals or in the NE corner, although there is no strict segregation.

Ticket prices are usually between £28 – £31 for visiting fans.

HULL KR (77 miles)
Sewell Group Craven Park – capacity (12,225)
Poorhouse Lane, Hull, HU9 5HE

M62/A63 Clive Sullivan way to Hull, go past centre and the deep and continue on Hedon way A1033, at Northern gateway, go straight across following Bridlington/York, at next roundabout take 1st exit left onto Marfleet Avenue, continue past the Crown pub to the crossroads and turn right along Preston Rd for the ground.

Hull Paragon interchange is around 4.5 miles away and around 1.5 hour walk, Number 13 & 14 buses run near to the ground.

Match day car parking is available in the nearby Poundstretcher car park on Poorhouse Lane or Aspire Academy on Preston Road on a first come, first served basis. Places are available at a charge of £5, cash only. There is also street parking, especially around Marfleet Avenue, but check for local restrictions.

Hull KR have a really good fan zone- Craven StrEAT which can be used by away supporters, before and after the match, located at the South end of the ground and accessed by turnstiles 1-4, you will be given a wristband to wear which will enable you access to the North stand for the game, there is no access at half time but there is food and drink kiosks in the North stand concourse.

Away fans are housed in blocks A & B of the Colin Hutton North stand, block C can also be made available on demand. Use turnstiles 9 & 10 to access the North Stand, tickets can also be bought here but be aware that prices increase on a match day.

LEEDS RHINOS (21.5 miles)
AMT Headingley Stadium – capacity (19,700)
St Michael’s Lane, Headingley, Leeds, LS6 3BR

From ALL motorways: Take M621 – Leave at junction 2, signposted Headingley Stadium. Follow the A643 (A58) Wetherby Rd– at the next roundabout take the City Centre/Wetherby A58 exit. Almost immediately, bear left to Ilkley (A65) and the airport. At the lights (TGI Friday is on the left), turn left into Kirkstall Road A65. Go straight on for about .75 mile (Yorkshire Television is on the right). There is a sign at the traffic lights showing “Headingley 1.5 miles”. Stay in the right-hand lane. Turn right and go up the hill to another set of traffic lights at the crossroads. Carry straight on up Cardigan Road (Co-op is on the left). After the pedestrian lights and bus stop turn left into St Michael’s Lane, signposted Headingley Stadium. The Ground is on your right-hand side.

Street parking, but beware of local restrictions and respect local residents, the best places to head for are around Burley Park Station and at the other side of Kirkstall Lane from the ground, the areas immediately around the stadium are strictly no parking!

HEADINGLEY STATION: Headingley Station is on the Harrogate Line and is a 10 minute walk from the ground. Please note that the initial part of this walk is slightly uphill. Trains run half-hourly from Leeds City Station and should take around 12 minutes.

Exit station, turn left, and follow the road all the way up the hill until you eventually approach the ground and turnstiles on the right.

For the Headingley pubs (see below), carry on past the ground and either straight across on to North Lane (taps/HoS or bear right for St Michaels Road (Skyrack, Oak).

BURLEY PARK STATION: Burley Park Station is also on the Harrogate Line and is a five minute walk from the ground. Trains run half hourly and should take around five minutes. If travelling from Leeds City Station this is your recommended station to use.

Exit station along the lane and turn right, follow road up to the top, turn left and cross over the narrow bridge over the railway, turn left up the alleyway all the way to the top, away turnstiles on the right (if exiting station from the steps, turn right, then right again and as above).

To head away from the ground and to the pubs around Headingley, exit the station up the steps, turn left, cross over railway and left again, follow this road to the junction with Bainbridge Rd and head up Bainbridge Rd and turn left onto Otley Road, you’ll see the original oak and skyrack in front of you.

Both are walkable, although there’s less of an incline from Burley Park, however, Headingley is easier for the Kirkstall Lane (away) turnstiles.

There are plenty of buses from Leeds City centre to either Headingley or the vicinity of the ground.

There are no shortages of eating and drinking establishments, either in the city centre or in Headingley itself.

The most popular pubs around Headingley are the Original Oak and Skyrack, both these are at the end of St Michaels Lane/road/Otley Road going away from the ground in a North East direction.

At the other end of Otley Road/North Lane is Head of Steam and Headingley taps which are also very popular, carry on down the main street, past the skyrack towards the junction, turn left up North Lane for HoS/taps.

There’s also a Wetherspoons (The Golden Beam) but going away from Headingley/The ground back towards Leeds centre.

Headingley is a very popular and busy place with students and drinkers in general, the famous “Otley Run” is usually accompanied by revellers in fancy dress!

Although usually busy, there are generally no issues on match days with rugby colours but as with everywhere, exercise caution and respect for others.

There are bars and kiosks inside Headingley stadium but it’s generally expensive/not very nice and served un cardboard cups, great for the environment, not so much for enjoying a cold beer on a warm summers evening!

Away fans are allocated the Western terrace, which as most people know is the only undeveloped part of the stadium, it’s basic and uncovered terracing, quite shallow near the front, with no facilities on the terrace itself, you have to leave the terrace and traipse into the North stand concourse for any refreshments or even a toilet break!

This area is shared with Leeds fans who usually stand near to the South stand end or at the front.

Seats are also made available in the end block of the North stand, which is covered, comfortable seating but is expensive, upwards of £30 for tickets here.

A list of ground regulations and other information can be found here

LEIGH LEOPARDS (37.5 miles)
Leigh Sports Village – capacity (12,000)
Leigh Sports Stadium, Sale Way, Leigh WN7 4JY

M62/M60 to J14.

Exit onto E Lancashire Rd/A580 towards St Helens, Leigh/Ring Road/M’cr(C)/Trafford Pk M60/M6), Liverpool(M62).

Keep left and follow A580 Leigh/St Helens, stay on E.Lancs Rd for approx. 10 miles, then turn right onto the A579(signposted Pennington Flash), continue to the roundabout, passing Morrisons and the ground on your right, at the roundabout, take the 2nd exit onto Sale way for the ground.

Free parking is available at the stadium complex and also pay and display in Leigh centre 10-15 mins away.

Ha! A long-standing joke among rugby league fans is that Leigh is just a bus stop in Wigan as the town doesn’t have it’s own train station!

The nearest train stations are Atherton (4.2miles), Newton-le-Willows (5.3miles) and Wigan North Western/Wigan Wallgate (7.9miles).

There are plenty of buses from Leeds City centre to either Headingley or the vicinity of the ground.

There is a pub at the complex, the whistling wren, which is a Marston’s pub and does food, their website to book a table is here

Giants fans have usually been allocated unreserved seating in the South stand behind the goals, although away fans, including Giants fans have also been accommodated in the end sections of the East stand.

LONDON BRONCOS (206 miles)
The Cherry red records stadium (Plough Lane) – capacity 9,125
Plough Lane, London, SW 17 0NR

The ground is located in Wimbledon, South West London and is home to AFC Wimbledon with who the Broncos ground share.

It is advised that supporters use public transport where possible to get to the ground, there is no parking infrastructure around the ground but AFC Wimbledon do provide details of how to get to the ground and other bits of useful information here

There are a couple of Wetherspoons, The Wibbas Down inn near Wimbledon station, around 1.5 miles away and JJ Moons at Tooting Broadway around a mile away.

Giants supporters are allocated seats in the North stand priced at £20 for adults, £15 for concessions and £5 for U18’s, Broncos’ ticket office website is here 

Salford community stadium – capacity (12,000)
1 Stadium Way, Barton-upon-Irwell, Salford, M30 7LJ*

*Postcode for sat nav- don’t use the stadium address sat nav as it takes you away from the stadium and detours the motorways!

M62/M60 to J11.

Follow A57 Eccles/Irlam, at roundabout at bottom of slip road, follow A57 W, around the roundabout, 3rd exit onto Liverpool Rd, the stadium is on the left about a mile down.

There is limited car parking at The Salford Stadium, and we advise that all match by match car parking should be booked, in advance, online by clicking here. Cash/card payment on the day is also an option.

Do not park on nearby roads such as the Salford Western Gateway and land to the rear of the Barley Farm as we have been advised traffic enforcement will be in operation and you may be fined. (However, there is limited parking at the Barley farm pub but it is advised that you eat or drink here as the car park is for pub patrons only).

Car parking is situated in front of the main West Stand, with South car park used as an overspill area, and is controlled and operated by the The Salford Stadium.

Parking in the South overspill area can be pre-purchased via the above link for £7.50, with a £10 cost for pay-on-the-day. Parking in the West Stand car park is £10 both pre-purchased and on the day.

Once you have purchased your pass, you must activate your account via the link sent to your email address. If at any point you need to change the registration number, you must do it within your account prior to the game.

BUSES – The Salford Stadium is served by 2 bus routes. The 100 covering Warrington to Manchester and the 67 covering Manchester to Cadishead. There is a short walk from the bus stops.

We now operate a shuttle bus service on match day to and from the Trafford Centre. Details on how you can access this service can be found here.

METROLINK (TRAM) – The nearest Metrolink station is at INTU Trafford Centre. There is an approx. 20 minute walk to the stadium from the Trafford Centre. The walk from Eccles Metrolink is approx. 35 minutes. See Metrolink info here.

Alternatively, our shuttle bus services – as mentioned above – runs from the Trafford Centre bus station.

TRAIN – The closest railway station to the site is Patricroft, 3.3km away (31 minute walk). There are several other railway stations nearby to the stadium which can be accessed by bus services including Irlam (5.6km/ 1 hour 9 minute walk) and Eccles (3.7km/ 47 minute walk). Eccles and Patricroft stations are served by the Northern Rail service between Liverpool Lime Street and Manchester Victoria; both of which have onward connections to the rest of the country. Irlam is served by service from Liverpool to Manchester Oxford Road.

Previously there has been a marquee/outside bar area at Salford games and a fans bar underneath the main stand, however, on our last visit, only the outside bar was operating, but there was big queues as only 2/3 beer pumps were on.

There is the Barley farm pub, but it does get very busy on matchdays as you’d expect, there are also outlets in the Trafford centre.

Giants fans have been allocated sections in all but the home terracing of the ground, the East stand is seated, the North stand is terracing, and we’ve also been given a section of the West (main stands previously).

Segregation isn’t generally enforced so fans can usually stand/sit anywhere unless there are restrictions.

ST HELENS (46 miles)
Totally Wicked stadium – capacity (18,000)
McManus Drive, Peasley Cross Lane, Saint Helens, WA9 3AL

M62/M60/M62 towards Liverpool, exit M62 at J7 Rainhill Stoops, go round the roundabout, take the 4th exit s/p St Helens A570 and head down dual carriageway, at the 2nd roundabout, with McDonalds/Petrol station, go straight across into Sherdley Rd, then left into Peasley Cross Rd, the ground is down here on the left.

DON’T PARK AT Tesco next to the ground!

There are car parks in the Town centre, which is a 10 minute walk from the ground.

CHALON WAY – At the roundabout with McDonalds, take a left, go across 2 more roundabouts then right at the 3rd roundabout, the car park is on the right. For the ground, exit the car park and head right, past the glass museum, under the railway bridge, over the canal and straight on over the Steve Prescott Bridge and around the side of Tesco- follow the crowds!

PARR STREET/CENTRAL STATION – Either follow the above route to the ground, past the ground and retail park, 2nd exit off the roundabout, Parr St is on the right, continue on a bit further, turn right into Shaw St for central station parking. For the ground, walk back along Parr St, back across the roundabout and head straight down, immediately after the railway bridge are the steps to the ground.

There is some street parking around Peasley Cross Rd and Sherdley Rd but be aware of local residents schemes and restrictions.

Huddersfield to St Helens central would generally involve a couple of changes, but the best option we’ve found is Huddersfield-Lea Green, it’s a direct service on the Trans Pennine to Liverpool service and takes around 1hr, Lea Green is then a 10 minute bus ride to the ground or a 30-35 minute walk, the buses also head into town if you fancy a pre match drink, there’s also the option of a taxi as well.

There is a bar at the ground and bars and kiosks inside the ground which are the usual overpriced stuff you find at sports grounds, best bet is to head into town, there are 2 Wetherspoons, The Glass house, as you’d imagine is near to the Glass Museum and Chalon Way car park, but does get busy on matchdays, The Running Horses, is further down Chalon Way and near the big roundabout at the bottom.

Nearer the ground though is The George, on George Street, not far from Parr St/Central car parks, The Royal Alfred across from Central Station and The Swan, on the corner of Corporation St and Hall St, but there are plenty of other bars for different tastes around the town centre.

Giants fans are usually allocated the East stand which is covered terracing as well as some seats at the end of the North Stand, on the odd occasion when demand is low, only North Stand seats are allocated, the North Stand is shared with St Helens supporters, the East is generally given over to away fans.

Halliwell Jones Stadium – capacity (15,300)
Mike Gregory Way, Warrington, WA2 7NE

M62/M60/M62 to J9, first exit, s/p Warrington A49, follow road (Winwick Rd) for about 7 miles, the ground will be on the right but for parking, see below.

DO NOT park at Tesco next to the ground!

There are plenty of pay and display car parks in and around the town centre, which is a 5-10 minutes’ walk from the ground.

Winwick St/Central station – Follow Road past the ground and Tesco and turn right at the next junction near the wine shop, to the mini roundabout by The Rodney and turn left, the car parks are a right turn off here, either off Winwick St itself or right into Tanners Lane then left past the car wash.

Alternatively, before you reach the ground, turn right after the Ford dealership into Owen St, then left into Dallam Lane and straight down past the ground, turn left at the bottom across from the 3 pigeons and then right into the car park.

There is further parking on Winwick St just past the Kings Head.

For Central station car park, go past the Kings head and turn immediately left.

Should you need it, there’s also parking at the Cockhedge shopping centre, go past Central station, under the bridge and turn left.

What used to be the best away day for Giants fans was somewhat ruined when Trans Pennine removed the 50 minute direct service to Warrington Central, now this trip involves a change at Manchester.

Alternatively, there’s a direct Northern service to Warrington Bank Quay station from Halifax, Low Moor or Bradford Interchange stations, trip is around 1h20 from Halifax or you can change at Manchester for either station.

Warrington is a cracking town for an away day if you like a few drinks, near to the ground is the Kings Head, this is a very popular place for home and away fans, it has a big beer garden and a marquee inside with a DJ etc after the game, additionally, the Rodney, across the road is also a decent pub and popular with home and away fans, bear in mind that these pubs get very busy on matchdays.

The looking glass is also popular, it used to be a Wetherspoons but it’s now a free house and serves food too, under the railway and turn left into Scotland St and it’s just around the corner, Alternatively, head straight on towards the fountains, turn left into Buttermarket Street and it’s at the bottom, on Buttermarket St is The Lower Angel which was popular a while back and served real ales.

In the centre of town is a Wetherspoons, The Friar Penketh, to get there from the ground/car parks/central station, head under the bridge and straight on, past the fountains (turn left here for the looking glass/lower angel) and down the hill through the pedestrianised area, and a short distance of paved road, turn right at the bottom and the pub is on the left, also down here are the feathers and Postern gate pubs.

These pubs are better reached from Bank Quay station, simply cross the road and head straight down Museum St/St Austin’s Ln and you’ll come to the Postern Gate and Friar Penketh on the corner.

There are eating establishments in and around Golden Square, just down the road from the ground.

Away supporters are usually allocated the West Stand, which is covered terracing behind the posts, there are also seats available in the North Stand, and sometimes only the Seating sections are given if there is low demand.

Turnstiles are off Dallam Lane, follow the ground all the way around until you come to the Tesco side of the ground.

WIGAN WARRIORS (42.5 miles)
DW Stadium – capacity (25,004)
Loire Drive, Wigan, WN5 OUZ

M62/M60 to J15 then take M61 s/p (M6 North/Preston/Wigan/Bolton), exit at J6 (sign-posted Chorley, Horwich A6027) and take first exit at roundabout.

(Do not be tempted to exit at J5 which is sign-posted Wigan!)

At next roundabout, take first left (Westhoughton A6, Wigan B5238) into Chorley Road, after 0.3 miles, turn right (sign-posted Wigan B5238).

After 1.8 miles, turn left at Aspull Roundabout (sign-posted Wigan B5238).

After 2.2 miles, just after Earl of Balcarres pub, turn right at traffic lights.

Proceed down the hill turning left at next lights after McDonalds, s/p Warrington A49, keep left and follow Ashton A49/Robin Park.

Follow ring road and upon approaching railway bridge, move into left hand lane s/p Skelmersdale/St Helens and follow round to the right onto Caroline St.

Continue following road as it bears left passing the “Go Outdoors” shop on the left hand side, pass Wigan Pier on right and as the road goes under the railway bridge get into right hand lane to turn right s/p Robin Park, around the roundabout and then turn left by the fire station into Robin Park Rd.

Take 2nd right into Anjou Blvd for the ground/Red Robin pub.

Exit M6 at Junction 25.

At end of slip road (approx. 1 mile) turn left, sign-posted ‘Wigan A49’.

At Roundabout, keep left and follow signs for Robin Park, at junction, go straight ahead and get into left lane and head to the roundabout.

Take second exit sign-posted ‘Standish A49’ into Robin Park Rd then as above for stadium and car parks.

The DW Stadium has 2,000 car parking spaces located around the stadium and costs £5 per car.

CAR PARK 1 – Supporters can pay on the gate on Car Park 1 (on Stadium Way), to access this, instead of turning left into Anjou Blvd, continue on Scot Lane and over the roundabout and turn right into Stadium Way.


CAR PARK 5 – Pay and display, car park 5 is located off Anjou Blvd.

There is some parking at the Red Robin pub but it’s for customers only.

There is street parking across Robin Park Rd off Montrose Avenue, but this is not secure and risky, please also be aware of local residents and restrictions.

Please refrain from using the Robin Retail Park car parks as these are not official car parks. Supporters who use this car park are at risk of being clamped and fined.

There’s the red robin pub on the complex which also does food, it does get very busy on matchdays as you’d expect though, there are the usual eateries on the retail park for food as well.

There is a fanzone at the Robin Park arena next door and also a supporters bar at the stadium as well as the usual kiosks inside the ground.

Further away, in the centre, near the stations is Wigan Central, and excellent bar with everything from standard lagers to craft ales and ciders.

There are plenty of pubs in Wigan town centre which is about 20 minutes’ walk away.

Although Wigan don’t operate an official segregation policy, away fans are usually allocated seats either in the North Stand, behind the posts or if the demand is low, East Stand down the sides, away fans are welcome to sit anywhere inside the stadium though, which is all seated.

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