AWAY DAY GUIDE | Abbey Stadium


We hope you’re looking forward to our away trip to Cambridge United on Saturday, March 18th.

Here are a few details that may help you plan a great away day at the Abbey Stadium!

  • The Abbey Stadium is a cashless venue.

Disabled supporters

  • Ambulant Disabled: There are 30 ambulant disabled seats available at the relevant price and the helper goes free.
  • Wheelchair Bays: 10 bays are available at the relevant price and the helper goes free.
  • Contact Charlton's Ticket Office to book a disabled space.
  • There are several disabled toilets across Abbey Stadium.
  • Disabled fans can access the Mead Plant and Grab Stand as there are ramps and no stairs coming into the ground. 
  • The wheelchair bays are suitable for both large and small wheelchairs.
  • Disabled fans will be situated to the left or right side of the goal which means there is no restricted viewing.

Disabled parking

Travel Options

Valley Away Coach

Please note the Valley Away service to Cambridge is now sold out.


From The Valley, the best route to the Abbey Stadium is:

  • To board the train at Charlton station headed to Cannon Street and then get off at London Bridge.
  • From London Bridge station board the train which goes directly to Cambridge, then walk to the ‘Railway Station’ bus stop which is a five-minute walk from the train station.
  • Get off at ‘Ditton Walk’ which is a one-minute walk to the Abbey Stadium.
  • This journey will take around two-and-a-half hours from The Valley.
Where To Park
  • Please note there is no on-site parking available at Abbey Stadium and supporters are advised to use alternative modes of transport or the Cambridge matchday park and ride service, priced at £2.50 from Newmarket Road park and ride, CB5 8AA.
  • The ticket is valid for one passenger only. However, if travelling with children, the normal £3 park and ride ticket is also available to purchase, allowing children under the age of 16 to travel free with one fee-paying adult.
Where To Drink
  • There is a local Wetherspoons called ‘The Regal’ which is a 15-minute journey from Abbey Stadium. The club also has facilities which cater for drinks.
Where To Eat
  • There is a McDonald’s which is an eight-minute walk from Abbey Stadium.
  • The club also has facilities which cater for food.
  • Away fans are situated in the Mead Plant and Grab Stand.
  • Cambridge United's official matchday programme is available from the ground, priced at £3.

We hope you found this Away Day Guide useful and would love to know how we can continue to improve your match-going experience when following the Addicks. Please let us know your comments and thoughts by emailing

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