Away to Crawley Town

Sat 2nd November 2013 | League One | Kick off: 3:00 pm

Travelling Bees fans wishing to sit will be housed in a section of the Checkatrade.com Stand, opposite the main stand.
The covered KR-L Stand terrace behind one of the goals is also available for Bees fans. Facilities for visitors with physical disabilities Ambulant disabled supporters and those in wheelchairs will pay the appropriate rate and receive a free ticket for a carer.
Disabled tickets are available from the Brentford FC Ticket Office.More information about facilities for supporters with physical disabilities can be found on the Crawley Town web site > Tickets > “Disabled Supporters Guide”

Admission

In Advance:
Seats: Adults £19;
Seniors (supporters aged 65 and over) £15;
Supporters under the age of 18 £10;Terrace: Adults £17;
Seniors (supporters aged 65 and over) £13;
Supporters under the age of 18 £7;On The Day:
Seats: Adults £22;
Seniors (supporters aged 65 and over) £18;
Supporters under the age of 18 £13;

Terrace: Adults £20;
Seniors (supporters aged 65 and over) £16;
Supporters under the age of 18 £10;

Are student concessions available?

No specific reductions for students.

Buying tickets

Please note there is a reduction for tickets purchased in advance.
Brentford have 800 tickets for advance sale, but please note that this game is NOT all ticket.
If purchasing tickets on the day you will need to purchase them from the ticket office at Crawley Town.
Cash will NOT be accepted at the turnstiles at the Stadium.

For more information on purchasing tickets for this game, please contact Brentford FC directly.

Travel advice

Checkatrade.com Stadium is approximately 57 miles from Brentford.

Getting there by road

Directions from Official Crawley Town Web site
M25 (signposted towards Gatwick Airport) and then exit at junction 7 to join M23;
Exit the M23 at the Pease Pottage junction 11. Take the third exit (signposted Broadfield Stadium) and the ground is on your left at the bottom of Brighton Road, approx 2 mins from the M23 junction.

Parking

A £5 car parking charge applies at the Stadium.
There are other parking options available close to the Stadium. For details check out the > Tickets > “Where to park on match days” section of the Crawley Town website.

Strict parking restrictions are in place around the Stadium. These affect the grass verges along the A23 near to the stadium and prohibit parking from the Pease Pottage M23 roundabout northwards to the junction with Horsham Road (A2220) roundabout are now in force. The order also prohibits waiting, at any time, in the lay-by on the western side of the A23, around 350 yards south of the stadium.

Getting there by train

According to Crawley Town Website the nearest rail station is Crawley. Rail travel to Crawley is served by Southern Trains who operate direct services out of London Bridge or Victoria. Journey times vary enormously, depending on which service you take, but 40-60 minutes is a rough average.

The station is approximately one mile from the stadium. This leaves you three options: walk; bus (Fastway no 10) service, which is quite frequent; or take a taxi from the station
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.

Getting there by coach

The cost for Bees Travel Club Members is £16.
The cost for Season Ticket Holders and/or members of Bees United, BIAS and Lifeline is £18.
The cost for Non members is £21.

To book please telephone Brentford FC reception on 0845 3456 442 or the Away Travel line on 020 8941 0425.

Full details of the Bees Travel Club can be found HERE. Membership is £20 per annum.
Coaches will depart from the Layton Road car park area. Departure time has not yet been announced.

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