Tickets are now on sale for Wanderers’ FA Cup second round tie at Millwall on Saturday 5th December (k.o. 3pm).Prices are as follows - note that tickets go off sale at 1pm on Friday but will be available on the day at no extra cost.
Adults - £15
Seniors (over 60) - £10
Under 16s - £5
Call 01494 441118, book online or visit the ticket office at Adams Park to secure your seat.
By Adrian Wood
Recommended road directions
The following is the most straightforward, though not the shortest. Take the M40 towards London and at junction 1A take the M25 South sign posted M4/M23/Heathrow Airport. Carry on the M25 until Junction 2. Here take the A2 into London – this actually passes the ground. Once you go past New Cross Gate Underground station on your right the ground is about a mile further on. Keep right following the signs A2 City/Westminster and you will come to the ground on your right.
If you feel confident about driving through London the shortest route is to take the M40/A40 towards central London. Head for Tower Bridge and proceed on the A100 (Tower Bridge Road) before turning left onto the A2 (Old Kent Road/New Cross Road). The ground is at the Deptford end of the A2 – turn left up Ilderton Road looking for signs to Millwall FC.
Recommended area for car parking
The club has no car parking facilities for supporters but some street parking can be found in the vicinity of the stadium. Note that Millwall FC recommend that away supporters travel to the ground by official coach, or by rail to South Bermondsey (see below).
Travelling by coach?
OWWSA will be running a coach that will leave Adams Park at 11.45am. Travel prices are £13 for adults, £12 for seniors, and £11 for juniors. Places cost £3 extra for non-members. The preferred way to book is by calling into the Vere Suite today. If you wish to book by phone (01494 520179) or by e-mail (email@example.com) you need to do so by Thursday (December 3rd) at 17.00 hrs.
Using the train?
There is a very regular service form London Bridge to South Bermondsey (journey time five minutes). A walkway link is available to the stadium on match days for away supporters only. The best way to reach London Bridge is by the Jubilee Line from Baker Street (journey time 19 minutes).
Facilities for away fans
The ground capacity is 20,146 (all seated). Away fans are located at one end of the ground in the North Stand (usually in the upper tier only) - the view is excellent.
Facilities around the ground
There are not many pubs located near to the stadium and advice is that those should be avoided by away supporters. If travelling by train then it is probably best to have a drink around London Bridge but I recommend keeping any colours covered. At the ground there are bars at the back of the stands.