Away Days – Travel Guide | Preston North End vs. Cardiff City
The Bluebirds return to action after the international break by facing Preston North End at Deepdale.
Tickets for this fixture will be available to buy from Deepdale on matchday.
Cash and card sales accepted, from 1pm at the Away Ticket Office.
Collections and reprint requests will also be made available on matchday from 1pm at the Away Ticket Office.
Click here to find more information about pricing and on-sale structure for this match.
Travelling by car from Cardiff City Stadium to the home of Preston North End will take approximately four hours.
From M6 J31, head west and follow A59. After 1.0 mile up-hill, take the second exit off the mini roundabout adjacent to the Hesketh Arms on to A5085 Blackpool Road. Carry straight on for 1.2 miles through four sets of traffic lights, then take a left before the lights (signposted to Town Centre, Football Ground) into Parkside.
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.
Preston Railway Station is located in the city centre and is situated approximately two miles away from Deepdale. Taxis are also available from outside the station which will cost approximately £5.
Deepdale has a capacity of 23,404. City supporters will be located in the Bill Shankly Kop.
There are free to use cash machines located at Sainsbury’s, Morrisons and the Spar Euro Garage on Blackpool Road, within walking distance of the stadium.
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.
Pies and Pints
Preston North End provide a range of refreshments which are available to purchase on the concourse before the match and at halftime.
These include pies, hotdogs, chocolate bars, crisps, lager, cider, wine and soft drinks. All stadium kiosks are cashless.
For more information about refreshments, please click here.
If you're making the most of your trip to Preston and spending some extra time in Lancashire, why not check out some of these top tourist attractions?
The Splash – Preston North End’s most famous player, Sir Tom Finney, unveiled his signature statue in 2004.
Harris Museum and Art Gallery - A treasure trove of fantastic art and fascinating objects for all the family. Remarkable collections of fine art, contemporary art, fashion, textiles, ceramics, glass and history,
Brockholes Nature Reserve - On the site of an old quarry, the Lancashire Wildlife Trust have used their expertise to create habitats for lots of different wildlife.