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Getting to MK Dons

26 April 2018

A guide for all supporters making the trip to support the Iron at Stadium MK this Saturday.

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27 April 2018

BY CAR...
Departing from Glanford Park, take the first exit at the roundabout by Tesco onto Doncaster Road, then continue to the next roundabout taking the first exit again onto the M181 heading towards Humber Bridge/Doncaster/M180. 

After two miles, keep right at the fork, following signs for Doncaster/M180 before merging onto the M180. Continue for just over 12 miles and take the exit onto the M18 towards the M1/Doncaster. 

Continue for 20 miles and merge onto the M1. Continue ahead for 106 miles and exit the motorway at junction 14. Turn right at the roundabout at the top of the exit slip road towards Milton Keynes and then continue straight over the roundabout on Childs Way. At the Fox Milne roundabout turn left onto Tongwell Street and continue straight over the next roundabout onto Tongwell Street. At the next roundabout (Brinklow) turn right along the A421. Continue over a number of roundabouts following signs for Buckingham and upon reaching the Bleak Hall roundabout, turn left onto Grafton Street and follow signs for the stadium. 

BY TRAIN…
The nearest train station to the ground is Fenny Stratford, which is a 23 minute walk away. To arrive two hours before kick-off, set off from Scunthorpe station at 09:08 and get off the train at Doncaster. From there, get the 9:48am train to London Kings Cross. You will then have to get the tube to London Euston, after which you can take the 12:13 train to Bletchley. You can then either take a quick train to Fenny Stratford and arrive at 13:04 or get off at Bletchley and walk as it’s only minutes further away from Stadium MK. 

PUBS AND GRUB…
Food and drink can be purchased from within the ground. This includes Mom’s Fabulous Hot Dogs and Piglet’s Pantry pies. Their steak and ale pie includes Concrete Cow, a locally produced beer. Alcohol can also be bought in the concourses. The retail park surrounding the stadium has a Nando’s, Frankie & Benny’s, TGI Friday’s and Pizza Express. In Bletchley, fans have visited the Park Inn and Bletchley Working Mens Club and in Fenny Stratford fans have recommended the Red Lion and Swan Hotel. 

WHAT TO EXPECT…
Stadium MK is one of the newest stadiums in League One having opened in 2007. As a result, you can expect padded seats, good amounts of legroom and a 360 degree open top concourse which gives you a full view of the pitch when you go and get food or drink. Away supporters will be housed in the North East Corner and we can imagine that you will make quite the atmosphere for the lads on the pitch. 


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