Heading up to Preston on Saturday? Here's everything you need to know about at an away day at Deepdale

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Away supporters are situated in the Bill Shankly Kop at one end of the ground. It is a modern stand with good facilities and an excellent view of the action. It is a particularly steep stand, which results in a feeling of being closer to the pitch. 

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The nearby Deepdale Shopping Park offers a number of options with Frankie and Bennie’s, Gregg’s, Costa, KFC, McDonald’s, Nando’s, Pizza Hut, Subway, Marks & Spencer, and Morrisons all available.

Inside the ground, the usual burgers, hot dogs and pies are available, including the local favourite ‘potato and butter pie’ which is a filling of onion and buttery potato mash. The club offers a pie and pint offer for £6.20. 

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There are not many pubs in close proximity to the ground for away fans, but St Gregory’s Catholic Club is a social club which welcomes away fans for £1 and is a five-minute walk down Blackpool Road. Moor Park Sports and Social Club is another which welcomes travelling supporters and is 10 minutes away. The Emmanuel Social Club is also an option.

Further afield, around 15 minutes from the ground, is the White Hart pub on Watling Street Road. 

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Postcode is PR1 6RU. There is parking available at the ground, but it comes at a cost of £12.50. Nearby, across Sir Tom Finney Way (behind the Main Stand) is another car park which costs £7.

Moorfields School offers parking for £5, otherwise it’s a case of scoping out the nearby street parking. As always, check signs before parking. 

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Preston station is around a mile and a half from the ground. Trains run direct from London Euston with a fast option taking two hours and eight minutes. 

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881 tickets had been sold by the time they went off sale on Thursday afternoon. Tickets will be available from Deepdale on the day at the below prices...

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