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GETTING TO MILLWALL

16 February 2016

Here is a guide for Iron fans making the trip to see their team at Millwall on Tuesday night...

Club Details...
Millwall Football Club
Zampa Rd, London SE16 3LN
Mileage: 184 miles

The Den...
Away fans are located at one end of the ground in the North Stand (usually in the upper tier only). Around 4,000 away fans can be accommodated in this end. The most popular method of travel for away fans to the Den, is by official club coach, or by train from London Bridge. The police are well drilled in dealing with the coaches and supporters arriving by train. Once inside the ground you will generally find the stewards helpful and friendly. The stadium is made up of four separate two-tiered stands that are of the same height and look fairly similar. On one side is the Barry Kitchener Stand (named after a former player) which has the players’ tunnel and team dugouts at its front. This simple looking stand has the same characteristics as both ends with windshields to either side in the upper tier and with the upper tier slightly overhanging the lower tier. The Dockers Stand, on the other side, is slightly different having a row of executive boxes running across its middle. Between the East & North Stands in one corner is a large video screen.

Ticket News…
Iron fans are able to pay on the night. Full details can be accessed by clicking here.

Coach Travel...
We still have coach travel places on sale until 1pm on Tuesday. Full details can be accessed by clicking here.

By Car...
When leaving Glanford Park, take the first exit on the roundabout by Tesco, and then the first exit once more at the following roundabout, on Doncaster Road. Then, take the exit onto the M180 towards Hull. Afterwards, at junction 4, take the A15 exit towards Scunthorpe. At the roundabout, take the third exit onto the A15, and then at the next two roundabouts, take the second exit to stay on the A15. At the following roundabout, you'll need to take the third exit onto the A46, and then at the Skellingthorpe roundabout take the third exit to stay on the A46. Then for the next six roundabouts, you need to take the second exit each time. Once you've merged onto the A1, continue straight onto Great N Road, and then onto the A1. Keep left at the fork and follow signs for the A14, and keep right to continue onto the M11. When you get to junction 4, use any lane to take the A406 exit to the A12. After merging onto N Circular Road, take the second exit onto the A13 slip road to central London. Keep right at the fork, and merge onto Newham Way, and continue onto E India Dock Road. Then using the two right lanes, turn slightly right onto Aspen Way, and then using the two left lanes, turn slightly left onto Commercial Road. Then turn left onto Branch Road, and then slightly right onto Rotherhithe Tunnel. At the roundabout take the first exit onto Lower Road, and then right onto Rotherhithe New Road, before taking the first exit at the roundabout to stay on Rotherhithe New Road. Finally, it's two left turns on Ilderton Road and Zampa Road, which will then bring you to the ground.

By Train...
If you leave Scunthorpe up until 4.08pm you should get to South Bermondsey station before kick-off. There is no same day return possible if you want to see the whole game. Full details can be accessed here. South Bermondsey Railway Station is only a few minutes walk from the ground. There is a direct walkway specifically built for away fans which takes you directly to the away end and back to the station afterwards. This has made the Police's job of keeping rival supporters apart so much more manageable.

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