AWAY DAY GUIDE | Abbey Stadium

Heading to Cambridge on Tuesday evening? Here's what to expect from an away day at Abbey Stadium...


Visiting supporters are seated in the South Stand, which has a capacity of 1,500.

The entrance is located on Coldhams Common which supporters can access either from Newmarket Road or Coldhams Lane. From the club shop, head back out on to Newmarket Road, turn left and then turn left again to walk down the foot path and enter at the far end of the ground.


There are tea bars located at the rear of the South Stand, serving a variety of food and drink, including alcohol. There are limited food options available around the ground, so it may be worthwhile to eat in the centre of Cambridge or before arriving at the ground.


With a number of pubs in the local area having closed down, there is little choice for away fans in the way of a pre-match pint. Along Newmarket Road going towards the city centre is the Wrestlers pub, which also offers Thai food. Otherwise, it may be an idea to drink in the centre of Cambridge before the game or en route.


There is no parking available at Abbey Stadium. Off-road parking and street parking is available in the areas surrounding the ground. Post code for Sat Nav: CB5 8LN


Trains depart at regular intervals from London Kings Cross, London Liverpool Street and London St

Pancras International towards Cambridge station. The quickest of which is from Kings Cross, taking around 50 minutes.

Abbey Stadium is two miles from the station, but the C3 bus stops within a few yards of the ground and runs from the Railway Station.


Around 900 travelling Addicks have snapped up tickets for Tuesday's game, while tickets will also be available on the night with a £2 increase on the original ticket price: Adult: £24, Over 65 and U24: £19, U18: £12, U12: £7, U5: Free of charge when accompanied by an adult.


Cambridge's official matchday programme, titled 'United' will be available from around the ground priced £3.50.

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