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City v Man Utd - Away Fan Guide

City host Manchester United in the Carabao Cup quarter-finals on Wednesday night (December 20th) - here's a handy travel guide for away fans.

The away end is sold out, with 2,641 visiting supporters set to attend the game and pack two-thirds of the Atyeo Stand.

Here's what to expect...

What access is there to on-street parking around the ground and what are the best places to park?

On-street parking is limited around the stadium. Please park considerately and don’t park on junctions or across driveways. There are parking patrols and offending vehicles may be ticketed / towed.

What access is there to parking at the ground (including costs)?

There is no official away parking at the stadium. See the various parking options for all supporters in our Travel Guide.

Coach parking – how much is it and how far from ground will it be situated?

Coach & mini bus parking is available in Ashton Vale Road – Post Code BS3 2AX Coaches £20 / Minibuses £10 and just a five-minute walk to the stadium

Which public houses near to the ground can the travelling support use – are they ‘away’ pubs only?

There is no designated away pub. Away fans are welcome in the city centre and the Hotwells area of Bristol. Alternatively, use the away fan village at the stadium, behind the away turnstiles.

Are there any that are ‘home’ only and to be avoided?

Please don’t drink in the Bedminster or Ashton area of Bristol – it is strictly home fans only

Are there any public houses/bars in the city centre which accommodate the away support?

Away supporters are welcome in the city centre and Waterfront areas of Bristol.

Will tickets be made available on matchday?

The match is SOLD OUT for home and away fans. If you don’t have a ticket then please don’t attend the stadium.

What time does the ground open?

Turnstiles are open from 6pm. There is an away fan village serving food and drink from 5pm at the stadium.

Will alcohol be served pre-match/half-time?

Yes alcohol available at the away end pre-match and at half-time.

Are there any road works nearby that will affect the travelling support?

There are extensive road works in the city centre and around Ashton Gate. Please allow plenty of time for travelling through the city. See the Travel Guide for more.

What will happen if I don’t have a ticket for the match?

If you don’t have a ticket then please don’t attend the stadium. There are ticket checks for all supporters accessing Ashton Gate – no ticket will mean no access to the stadium site.

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