Away Days Info Guide | Middlesbrough vs. Cardiff City
- There will be cash only ticket sales from the Away Ticket Office on matchday, with no price increase.
- Away supporters will be situated in the East Stand.
- No pyrotechnics are allowed into the ground.
There will be cash only ticket sales from the Away Ticket Office on matchday, with no price increase.
Supporters collecting tickets purchased via our ticketing website will also need to collect from the Away Ticket Office.
Senior (65 and over): £22
Under 18: £17
Personal Assistant: Free of charge
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The away supporter section is located in the East Stand of the Riverside Stadium and can be accessed through turnstiles 53-61.
Turnstiles will open at 6:30pm on Wednesday evening.
Getting to the Riverside Stadium
By Car: The car journey from Cardiff City Stadium to the home of Boro will take approximately five hours, via the M50, M42, M1 and A19. The sat-nav postcode is TS3 6RS.
By Train: From Cardiff Central, the journey to Middlesbrough will take approximately six hours. Supporters should change at Bristol Parkway, and then travel to York. At York, change for services to Middlesbrough. The Stadium is around 20 minutes away from the station on foot.
Please note there is no bus service directly to the Riverside Stadium
Matchday parking at the stadium is only available to permit holders. Both home and away fans are able to purchase permits by calling the ticket office on 01642 929421 (subject to availability).
If you do not have a permit, you are advised to use town centre parking. The town has more than 3,500 long stay parking spaces, which give you plenty of options to leave your car whilst watching the match.
Please note that a road closure operates before and immediately after the game to allow pedestrians to arrive and leave the Riverside safely. Road closures are likely to be in place for up to an hour before kick off and up to 30 minutes after the final whistle.