AWAY FANS' GUIDE | Memorial Stadium

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Heading to Bristol Rovers on Saturday? Here's everything you need to know about an away day at Memorial Stadium...

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The travelling Addicks will be housed both in the open terrace on one side of the Dribuild Stand, which runs along the side of the pitch, and in one part of the South Stand behind the goal. 

The South Stand offers cover, but there are supporting pillars at the front of the stand, which is a temporary structure, and there is not a huge amount of leg room. The terrace, of course, does not offer cover from the elements and can get somewhat cosy, but does offer a good view despite the terrace being rather shallow.

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The away end features a small tea hut that offers the usual and is in full view of the pitch, meaning you won’t miss the action while waiting, which should alleviate the half-time rush. 

Nearby, there is a fish and chip shop on Gloucester Road, while a number of takeaways and cafes are within walking distance of the ground. Otherwise, there are plenty of options in the city centre.

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There is no alcohol available to away fans inside the ground. The Annexe Inn on the corner of Nevil and Seymour Roads is recommended, as is the Sportsman nearby. 

Other options include the Bristol Fryer on Gloucester Road and The Wellington. There are plenty of pubs and bars in the city centre, while a Wetherspoons is available inside Bristol Temple Meads Station. 

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Postcode is BS7 0BF. There is no parking at the ground, but there is plenty of street parking available nearby with Muller Road and Gloucester Road good options.

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There are plenty of trains that run from London Paddington to Bristol Parkway or Bristol Temple Meads with the journey time taking around one hour, 45 minutes. 

From Bristol Parkway, you can take the 73, 73A or 73B bus to the ground, which takes about 20 minutes. From Temple Meads, buses 70, 71, 72 and 73 go to the ground and take around half an hour. 

Alternatively, a cab is the most convenient option, particularly if you are in a group to share the fare.

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Tickets are SOLD OUT for Saturday’s clash in Bristol and around 1,100 Addicks are expected to make the journey west.  

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Tickets for Charlton’s next home game – against Bradford City on Saturday, March 30th – are on sale and can be purchased online by clicking here.

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