Heading to Doncaster on Saturday? Here's everything you need to know about an away day at the Eco-Power Stadium...
Formally known as the Keepmoat Stadium, away fans are housed in its North Stand, where up to 3,344 fans can be accommodated.
A modern ground, the away end is tidy, with a good view of the pitch and plenty of leg room.
WHERE TO EAT
The Lakeside Shopping Village opposite the stadium has a number of fast food options, including a KFC, a McDonald’s, a Pizza Hut and a Costa Coffee. Supporters can also purchase pies, cheeseburgers, hot dogs and chips inside the ground.
WHERE TO DRINK
Outside the stadium, the Belle Vue Bar has food and drink outlets and is open to both home and away supporters.
As the stadium is on the outskirts of the town, there are few pubs nearby. The Lakeside, a Beefeater outlet, can be found near Stadium Way.
WHERE TO PARK
There are 1,000 car parking spaces at the stadium, which can fill up quickly. The cost of parking inside the ground is £5. Alternatively, there are a number of unofficial car parks in the industrial areas nearby, which generally charge £3-£4 for a space.
Supporters are advised that the M18 will be closed between J2 and J3 this weekend and a diversion will be in place to get you to the Eco-Power Stadium.
Post code for SatNav: DN4 5JW
Trains depart regularly from London Kings Cross direct to Doncaster Station, which is just under two miles from the ground. You could take the 30-minute walk to the ground, or the 56 bus that runs from the station to ground every 15 minutes and takes 15 minutes.
Almost 600 Addicks have snapped up their tickets for the game in advance and tickets will be available from the ground on the day at the following prices: Adult: £21, Over60 and U25: £17, U18: £8, U12: £5