Away to Port Vale
Sat 3rd August 2013 | Football League One | Kick off: 3:00 pm
Travelling Bees fans will be housed in the large Hamil Road Stand, behind one of the goals at Vale Park, and there is room for 4,000 visiting fans.
Seniors (supporters aged 62 and over) £17
Young adults (supporters aged 17 to 21) £17
Juniors (supporters aged 12 to 16) £10
Supporters under the age of 12 FREE
It appears unlikely that Brentford will have tickets available for advance sale; so you will have to pay CASH at the turnstiles at Vale Park.
For more information on purchasing tickets for this game, please contact Brentford FC directly.
Vale Park is situated in Burslem – one of the six towns that comprise Stoke-on-Trent
Vale Park is approximately 168 miles from Brentford.
Getting there by road
Directions from Official Port Vale Web Site
Leave M6 at junction 15 and take the A500 north to Stoke-on-Trent. Continue on this road until you come to the exit signposted Tunstall A5271. Take the fourth exit, and after 0.5 miles turn right on to the B5051 (second exit, Newcastle Street) at the small roundabout. Carry on up to the next roundabout and go straight across to the crossroads. Go straight across the crossroads into Moorland Road. Take the second left on to Hamil Road and Vale Park is on the left.
There is large pay & display car park close to the ground; other than it is street parking.
Getting there by train
The nearest station is Longport but this is approximately a 30 minute walk from the stadium, and is not as well served as trains as Stoke. So most supporters probably go to Stoke station.
The rail companies operating between London and Stoke are Virgin Trains and for slower services London Midland
Services run out of Euston.
Journey time is around 1hr 30mins with Virgin; and 2hrs 15mins with London Midland.
You are advised to take a bus from Stoke Station to Vale Park
Please contact National Rail Enquiries for full details on train services and latest price packages: 0845 7 48 49 50 or www.nationalrail.co.uk.