Heading to Bristol Rovers' Memorial Stadium this Saturday (20 January 2018) to cheer on Stuart McCall's Bantams? Here's our guide for the ground and its surrounding areas.
City supporters will be mainly situated in the open terrace of the East Stand. This area of the ground, which is located down one sides of the pitch, is uncovered and therefore open to the elements.
Away fans are also given a section of seats in the South Stand behind one of the goals.
Terracing section tickets are still available from the ticket office for City supporters at Bristol Rovers this Saturday.
Admission prices will be:
There will also be a pay on the day option - prices will increase by £2.00, however, from the list above.
Any fans collecting tickets on the day at Bristol will collect them from the away end, not the ticket office.
Exit M5 at junction 16 (Signposted Filton) and join the A38 (South) towards Bristol City Centre. Continue approximately five miles along the A38 until turning left onto B4469 (Muller Road) and then the next right onto Filton Avenue.
Alternatively, you can keep left when the M5 reaches Almondsbury, turning onto the M4.
At junction 19 of the M4, take the slip-road left towards Ring Road/Bristol to join the M32.
At junction 2, turn left to B4469 towards Fishponds/Horfield.
Keep on the B4469 (Muller Road) for approximately two miles. You are looking out for a left turning onto Filton Avenue.
The entrance to the main car park is the second on the right.
The main car park is for permit holders only but there is a fair amount of street parking around the surrounding areas of the ground.
The main two roads for on-street parking in Muller Road and Gloucester Road.
Although there is plenty of on-street parking available, supporters are reminded that this is predominately a residential area so please ensure that private driveways are not obstructed.
The nearest train station to the Memorial Stadium is Filton Abbey Wood, approximately 1.5 miles away from the ground.
The most common local station, however, is Bristol Parkway. It is over two miles away from the ground, so either a taxi or a bus ride is recommended to get to the Memorial Stadium.
The best buses to use to get to the stadium is usually the 73 service. The service runs from the Bristol Parkway railway station.
Food & Drink
There is a number of pubs, including The Wellington, open on Gloucester Road. Please note, there is no alcohol served to away supporters in the stadium itself. Food options near to the ground include a fish & chip shop - The Bristol Fryer - and Dominos Pizza.