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Nuneaton Town: Ticket And Travel Information

Nuneaton Town: Ticket And Travel Information
The match will be take place at the Conference North side's Liberty Way stadium and kick off at 7.30pm.

Admission Prices:
Adults (Aged 18 and over) 10, Young People (Aged 11 to 17) 3, Children (Aged 10 and under) FREE - but must be accompanied by an adult.
Transfer to the Main Stand seats, if required, is an additional 2 which is paid within the ground.

Car Parking:
Available on site - 2 for Cars, 5 for Minibuses and 10 for Coaches.

Parking is also available on the adjacent industrial estate but please be careful not to block any of the business entrances.

By Train: Nuneaton train station is approximately two miles from the ground and it will take around 35 minutes to walk. Taxis are available either outside the train station or from the taxi rank at the bus station in the town centre.

Visitors Turnstiles: When games are segregated visiting supporters are allocated the Loans 2 Go Stand and the visitors turnstiles will be in use. As you enter the Stadium area through the main gates the visitors turnstiles are the first ones that you come to on your left.

Match Day Hospitality:
Why not join us in one of our Executive Boxes or the Executive Boardroom and watch the game in style.

In brief, this typically includes a reserved parking space, admission, complimentary match programme / team sheet and pre-match meal. Depending on your hospitality package viewing of the game is from your executive box, our decking area or the main stand. At half-time, complimentary tea, coffee and biscuits are served and at full time, there are man of the match interviews and presentations. For further details please email or telephone them on (024) 7638 5738.

Vital Birmingham credit the author and owner of this work as Birmingham City Football Club

Date:Monday July 13 2015
Time: 9:51AM

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