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Tickets and travel: Luton Town (A), 26/12 - ALL TICKET

24 December 2015

Tickets can now only be purchased via the Luton Town ticket office for the Boxing Day match (k.o. 3pm).

Wanderers sold 810 tickets in advance and Luton Town have kindly agreed to sell the remaining 222 directly through their own ticket office.

These must be purchased before 12.30pm on Thursday or between 10am and 12pm on the day of the game by calling 01582 416976.

There will be no tickets available to purchase at the stadium; all pre-booked ones can be collected.

Adults: £22
Seniors (65-75): £17
Young Adults (18-22): £17
Golden Seniors (75+): £14
Youths (10-18): £10
Juniors (under 10): £7

By Adrian Wood


Recommended road directions
Take the London bound M40 and then the M25 northbound (clockwise). Exit at Junction 21 then join the M1 motorway (signposted The North). Leave the M1 at Junction 11 and join the A505 towards Luton. Go through one set of traffic lights and at the 1st roundabout, turn right into Chaul End Lane. At the next roundabout turn left into Hatters Way. Whilst continuing down Hatters Way the ground will be seen on your left, although it is not accessible from this road. At the end of Hatters Way turn left and start looking for street parking from here on (the ground will now be on your left).

Mileage from High Wycombe = 41

Recommended area for car parking
There is no car park at the ground, and there is limited space available in the streets around the ground. If you are early, you can find a space close by, but the street parking fills up quite quickly. There is a multi-storey car park in the town centre. Follow the signs for the Galaxy Centre Leisure Complex.

Using the train?
Latest information is that there are no Thameslink services from London to Luton on this day as it is during the Christmas Holiday period.

Facilities for away fans
The ground capacity is 10,226 all seated. Away fans are housed on one side of the small, covered Oak Road Stand (on the Executive Stand side) at one end of the ground. This is an ALL TICKET fixture. The entrance to the Oak Stand is unusual.  The impression is of queuing to go into someone's house and then through their back garden and into the stand! There are a number of supporting pillars in this stand, which may hinder your view. The leg room is tight – possibly one reason why away fans tend to stand.

Facilities around the ground
There is not a great choice of hostelries around the ground. I have heard that the Beech Hill Conservative Club on Leagrave Road welcomes both home and away supporters. To find the club, with the away entrance in front of you, turn left and walk down to the bottom of Oak Road. Proceed through the small arcade of shops opposite and you will see the sign for the club between two shops. It has a large car park (charge made) and offers reasonably priced beer. Recommended in the town centre on the Bedford Road, only a few minutes’ walk from the train station is the “English Rose”. There is also a Wetherspoons pub called the London Hatter on Park Street (away fans wearing colours are apparently not admitted). There is now a licensed bar in the ground for away fans.

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