Away Days Info Guide | Preston North End vs. Cardiff City
City are on the road this weekend, heading to Lancashire to face Preston North End on Saturday, March 11th.
City supporters can no longer buy tickets for this fixture from the Cardiff City Ticket Office.
Preston North End will be selling tickets to away supporters from 1pm on matchday.
These tickets can be bought, along with any required collections or reprints, from the Away Ticket Office.
Cash and card sales permitted, with no price increase. Deepdale is a cashless stadium once inside the concourse.
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By Car: From M6 J31, follow A59 (s/p Preston A59). After 1.0 mile, take the second exit off the mini roundabout adjacent to the Hesketh Arms (s/p Ring Road, Blackpool A583, Football Ground) onto Blackpool Road A5085.
Carry straight on for 1.2 miles through four sets of traffic lights, then take a left before the lights (s/p Town Centre, Football Ground) into Parkside.
Car Parking: Stadium parking is priced at £15 per vehicle and sold in advance of the fixture date, subject to availability.
External Parking on Moor Park car park is available on a first-come-first-served basis for £7. It is situated across from the stadium on Sir Tom Finney Way.
By Train: Preston Railway Station is located in the city centre and is situated approximately two miles away from Deepdale.
By Bus: Both the number 19 and 19A heading to Royal Preston Hospital stop outside Deepdale. This is an approximate ten-minute bus ride from Preston Bus Station. Please check www.prestonbus.co.uk for service times.
With a capacity of 23,404, Deepdale is the 9th-smallest ground in the Sky Bet Championship this season.
City supporters will be located in the Bill Shankly Kop. This area of the stadium is shared between home and away supporters.
Preston North End’s most famous player, Sir Tom Finney, unveiled his signature ‘Splash’ statue in 2004 which was inspired from a photograph taken at a waterlogged Stamford Bridge in a match versus Chelsea in 1956. Around the statue are a number of special bricks forming the ‘Walk of Fame’ with the bricks occupying a combination of supporters and ex-PNE players’ names.
If you experience or witness any form of discriminatory or offensive behaviour, please do not hesitate to anonymously text 07484 070422 with the row and seat number of the offender, followed by the nature of the problem.
Our Supporter Liaison Officer, Paul Corkrey, will be in attendance at the stadium on matchday. If you require any assistance, please contact him on 07484 070422. Alternatively, follow @CardiffCitySLO on Twitter for further supporter updates.