In 2012 the Giants away support was fantastic, but were hoping to do even better this year. We’ve done all we can to make travelling to other Super League stadiums as easy as possible.
Phone: +44 (0) 8448 711490
Club Website: www.bradfordbulls.co.uk
Travel by Car: From the M62, Junction 26, follow the signs for the M606. Take the M606 and come off at Junction 1. Take the second exit left on to A6038 (Rooley Avenue) and follow the road to the first roundabout. At the roundabout turn left and proceed for 50 yards before taking your first left onto Stadium Road. The Stadium is situated at the end of the road.
Parking: Gameday parking is available at the Richard Dunn Car Park located directly opposite the stadium on the A6038 (Rooley Avenue).
Travel by Train: The closest train station to the stadium is Bradford Interchange, direct trains run from Huddersfield station to Bradford Interchange. Also regular trains run between Leeds and Bradford Interchange. From the Interchange, bus services 622/623, 624, 625/626, 627, 645, 646, 681, 682, 845 all pass the Provident Stadium, Odsal on their routes. Please check the local timetables for further information.
The Wish Communications Stadium
Phone: 01977 552 674
Travel by Car
Start on Stadium Way, at the traffic signals turn right onto St. Andrews Road – B6432
Turn left onto Thistle Street – Leeds A62
At traffic signals turn right onto the A62 – Leeds
At Cooper Bridge roundabout take the 1st exit onto the A644 – Brighouse.
At roundabout take the 3rd exit, then join the M62 Motorway – Leeds, at Junction 29 continue forward onto the M62.
Leave the M62 at Junction 31 then at the roundabout take the 2nd exit onto the A655 – Castleford
At the roundabout take the 1st exit onto the A655
At the roundabout take the 2nd exit onto the A655 – Town Centre
At the roundabout take the 2nd exit onto the A655
At the roundabout take the 2nd exit onto the A6032
At the roundabout take the 2nd exit onto Wheldon Road – New Fryston
Arrive on Wheldon Road
Stade Gilbert Brutus
10 avenue du Languedoc
Phone: +33 4 68 35 32 59
Club Website: www.catalansdragons.com
Huddersfield Giants are delighted to announce they are once again teaming up with Sports Travel Company CFW Tailor-made travel to offer fans a chance to travel on the club’s official supporter tour to Catalan at the end of April.
The Giants take on Catalans Dragons in Perpignan on Saturday 27th April for the Round 13 clash and CFW travel have tailored a package which allows Giants fans to travel to the South of France, whilst staying just outside of Barcelona to watch their team in Super League action.
The trip offers Claret and Gold fans a unique opportunity to watch a game in the special atmosphere of Perpignan, as well as also being able to experience visiting both France and Spain in the late spring.
The tour runs as follows -
Thursday 25th Apr
Depart Liverpool at 7am
Met and transferred to your Lloret de Mar Hotel
3 nights at Fenals Gardens Hotel inc breakfast
Saturday 27th Apr
Lunchtime transfer to Perpignan to allow the afternoon in Perpignan City Centre
Transfer to stadium
Match tickets included
Transfer after the match back down to Perpignan
Sunday 28th April
Evening transfer back to Barcelona Airport
Fly back to Liverpool departing 10.30pm
The overall cost of the trip is £ 389 per person, (based on 2 people sharing). Single rooms are available for a supplement of £15 per night.
A deposit of £ 200 per person is required to make your reservation and the full balance is due eight weeks prior to departure.
Please be aware that it is possible that this selling price will increase and the price is only guaranteed once your deposit is paid
All money paid to CFW Tailor Made Travel is financially protected by ATOL 6883
For further information regarding any of the packages or to make a reservation please contact Andy on 01925 589008 or via e-mail on firstname.lastname@example.org
Kingston Communications Stadium
Travel by Car: Approach Hull from the M62 leading on to the A63, You follow this dual-carriageway under the Humber Bridge and through to the A63 ‘Clive Sullivan Way’
You will approach a fly-over, directly before this, stay left onto the slip road sign posted ‘Infirmary’ and ‘KC Stadium’. At the roundabout, take the second exit- ‘Rawling Way’.
At the next main set of lights (with the hospital in front of you) take a left turn on to A1105 Anlaby Road towards the stadium visible directly to your right. Continue over the fly-over and down to the next set of lights.
Parking: Parking is available near to the stadium and the City Centre. All routes to the stadium are clearly signposted. If you want info on the Park & Ride scheme ring 01482 222222.
Park & Ride is a great way to get to the KC Stadium. You can use the new Park & Ride facility on Priory Park near to Sainsbury’s. This is sign-posted from the A63 (Clive Sullivan Way), and will be open on matchdays. This will provide up to 650 parking spaces with a frequent bus service to the city centre dropping off and picking up spectators outside the stadium on Anlaby Road.
Travel by Train: The closest train station to the stadium is the Hull Rail station, direct trains are available from Huddersfield. From the station, it’s roughly a 25min walk to the stadium, with clear signage all the way to the stadium, walking along Anlaby Road to the stadium. Please check the local timetables for further information.
MS3 Craven Park Stadium
Travel by Car: Follow the M62 eastbound to J38 where it joins the A63 and joins Clive Sullivan Way on the approach to Hull. Stay on this road over the flyover past the City Centre and Marina. Continue straight on at the traffic lights in the middle lane over Myton Bridge (The Deep is on the right hand side).
Continue straight on at the roundabout (2nd exit) where you will join A1033 (Hedon Road) and continue straight on once more at the next two roundabouts (2nd exit). At the next roundabout (Marfleet) turn left onto Marfleet Lane. Turn right at the traffic lights onto the dual carriageway (Preston Road) and Craven Park is about half a mile on your right hand side.
Parking: There is ample secure car parking on site at Craven Park.
Travel by Train: The closest train station to the stadium is the Hull Rail station, direct trains are available from Huddersfield. Across the road from the train station is the bus station. The Stagecoach No.43 or 10F buses arrive close to Craven Park stadium on Sunday. Please check the local timetables for further information.
Headingley Carnegie Stadium
St Michaels Lane
Phone: 0844 248 6651
Club Website: www.leedsrugby.com
Travel by Car: Take M621 - Leave at junction 2, signposted Headingley Carnegie Stadium. Follow the A643 (A58) Wetherby road - at the next roundabout take the City Centre/Wetherby A58 exit. Almost immediately, bear left to Ilkley (A65) and the airport. At the lights (TGI Friday is on the left), turn left into Kirkstall Road A65. Go straight on for about .75 mile (Yorkshire Television is on the right).
There is a sign at the traffic lights showing "Headingley 1.5 miles". Stay in the right-hand lane. Turn right and go up the hill to another set of traffic lights at the crossroads. Carry straight on up Cardigan Road (Co-op is on the left). After the pedestrian lights and bus stop turn left into St Michael's Lane, signposted Headingley Stadium. The Ground is on your right-hand side.
Parking: On site parking is available but very limited, the streets off St Michaels Lane are often used for parking on match days.
Travel by Train: Local stations close to Headingley Carnegie Stadium are Burley Park and Headingley,Trains for both can be caught from Leeds train station. Both stations are just 10minutes walk to the stadium.
Alternatively a number of buses stop close to the stadium, stopping at Cardigan Road or Kirkstall Lane, which are both a short walk from the stadium. All buses can be caught from Leeds bus station. Please check local time tables for bus times. For more details on bus, train and walking routes in the stadium area, please visit:
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Phone: 020 8410 6000
Club Website: www.londonbroncosrl.com
Travel by Car
Start on Stadium Way at traffic signals turn right on St. Andrews Road (B6432). Then at the traffic signals turn left onto the A629 for Sheffield. As you head towards Waterloo keep in the left hand lane and at the traffic signals bear left onto the A642 towards Wakefield and Barnsley.
At the roundabout take the 1st exit onto the A642
At the roundabout take the 3rd exit onto the A637 (Barnsley)
At the roundabout take the 2nd exit onto the A637 (M1 South, Barnsley)
At the roundabout take the 1st exit onto the A637 (Barnsley)
At the roundabout take the 3rd exit and join the M1 motorway (London)
Leave the M1 at junction 6a and keep right to join onto the M25 towards Heathrow Airport. Leave the M25 at junction 12 and join the M3 motorway. Continue forward at junction 1 onto the A316. At the Hospital Bridge roundabout take the 2nd exit onto the A316 towards Central London, Richmond. When arriving at the Whitton road roundabout take the 4th exit onto the A316, shortly afterwards turn left and arrive at Langhorn drive.
Salford City Stadium
1 Stadium Way,
Travel by Car: Take the M62 and follow signs for M60. At junction 11, take the A57 exit to Eccles/Irlam. At the roundabout, take the 3rd exit onto Liverpool Rd/A57. After half a mile turn left and you will see the Stadium.
Parking: The stadium offers 600 free* car parking spaces in close proximity to the stadium, including accessible and convenient disabled parking, as well as ample coach parking spaces for groups.
On match days, the 600 parking places on a permanent tarmac surface are mostly pre-booked by season ticket holders.
Matchday car parking tickets cost £5.00 per vehicle and must be pre-purchased at the stadium or through Ticketline up until 10.00pm the night before the game.
There is additional temporary parking available on extra gravelled areas which can be paid for on the day.
(* £5.00 parking charges apply on match days)
A limited number of car parking spaces will be available on match days at City Airport (formerly Barton Aerodrome) and Salford City Academy
City Airport, M30 7SA is just a 10 minute walk from the stadium, while Salford City Academy, M30 7PQ.is approximately 20 minutes’ walk.
Travel by Train: The nearest train stations are Irlam and Patricroft. From both stations, walk to Liverpool Road and take the number 67 bus (as above).For full details or routes, fares and times please visit http://www.nationalrail.co.uk/
St Helens RFC Ltd
Langtree Park is in an excellent location in between the major cities of Liverpool and Manchester and is easily accessible via the M62 motorway. To reach the stadium simply exit Junction 7 from the M62 and follow the A570 (St Helens Linkway) until you reach Sherdley Road and then bear left onto Peasley Cross Lane.
Travel by Train:
St Helens Central rail station is only a five minute walk from the New Stadium. The station runs frequent services from Liverpool to Wigan and Preston.
The New Stadium can be reached via a new footbridge constructed over the link way to the North of the New Stadium; the bridge can be reached by following Shaw Street and then Chalon Way East past the St Helens Chamber of Commerce.
For full details or routes, fares and times please visit http://www.nationalrail.co.uk/
Rapid Solicitors Stadium
Phone: 0844 414 0665
Club Website: www.wakefieldwildcats.co.uk
Travel by Car: From the M62 Take Junction 31 and take the A655 towards Wakefield. Turn right and join the A638 go under the railway bridges, head straight on and you will see Superbowl 2000 on the left hand side, Belle Vue Stadium is just beyond on the left.
Parking: There are parking spaces on streets in the locality, however, parking on these streets is restricted and you will see traffic cones in these areas. A popular spot is on Sugar Lane near to the cemetery but again places get taken quickly. There are quite a few car parks in Wakefield but you face a 15 minute walk to the ground after parking up although several buses listed above go past the ground.
Travel by Train: Huddersfield has direct trains with both Kirkgate and Westgage stations in Wakefield; the stadium is roughly 20min walk from Kirkgate, walking down Doncaster Road. A number of buses from Wakefield town center also stop near the stadium; please check the local timetables for further information.
The Halliwell Jones Stadium
Travel by Car: Take Junction 9 off M62 and head south towards Warrington along the A49. After 1.5 miles, straight on through the lights with McDonalds on the right. Proceed past the Tesco Superstore and The Halliwell Jones Stadium before turning right at next set of traffic lights. At the small roundabout take the first exit on to Winwick Street and you will see the entrance to the NCP Car Park 50 yards further on, on the right hand side. The Stadium is immediately across from the Tesco Store.
Parking: Please be Aware:- Do Not Enter Tesco Car Park by main Entrance Opposite PLP Motors. Tesco will issue £50 fines for cars parked on the Tesco Car Park, even those with relevant Green Parking Passes.
Travel by Train: The nearest station to the stadium is Warrington Central. When leaving the station turn right, you will see the Martin Dawes East Stand. Continue walking down the road and you will reach the Stadium. Warrington Bank Quay Station is just over a mile from the Stadium, the Wolves suggest a taxi from the rank at the entrance, and the journey should take no more than 3-5 minutes.
Stobart Stadium Halton
Phone: 0151 495 2250
Club Website: www.widnesvikings.co.uk
Travel By Car:
Start out on Stadium Way and at the traffic signals continue forward onto Gasworks Street, bearing right on towards Lower Fitzwilliam Street. When on Lower Fitzwilliam Street continue forward onto the A62 and branch left onto the A629 heading for Halifax then continue forward and merge onto the A629 again signposted Halifax. You will arrive at a mini roundabout when there take the first exit onto the A629 again signposted Halifax, branch left and join the M62 motorway.
Stay on the M62 for around 20 miles and pick up the signs for ‘Ring Road West and South’, when arriving at junction 12 join the M62 motorway heading towards Salford. Please be aware of speed cameras along the M62. Leave the M62 at junction 7 then at the Rainhill Stoops roundabout take the first exit onto the A57 signposted Warrington. When arriving at the traffic signals turn right onto Wilmere Lane (B5419 – Widnes) and then turn right again onto the A5080 Cronton. You will then arrive at the Blackhorse roundabout where you take the first exit onto the B5419, Widnes. At the traffic signals turn right onto Milton Road and then again turn right onto Lowerhouse Lane, turn right again and arrive at the Stobart Stadium Halton.
Travel by Car:
•Exit M61 at Junction 6 (sign-posted Chorley, Horwich A6027)
•At next roundabout, take first left (sign-posted Westhoughton A6, Wigan B5238) into Chorley Road.
•After 0.3 miles, turn right (sign-posted Wigan B5238).
•After 1.8 miles, turn left at Aspull Roundabout (sign-posted Wigan B5238).
•After 2.2 miles, just after Earl of Balcarres pub, turn right at traffic lights
•Proceed down the hill turning left at next lights with Quality Hotel on corner
•Follow ring road and get into second lane from right as road bears right into Caroline Street, sign-posted Orrell.
•Continue on ring road following road as it bears left passing the "Go Outdoors" shop on the left hand side again sign-posted for Orrell.
•Pass Wigan Pier on right and as the road goes under the railway bridge get into right hand lane to turn right into Robin Park Road Sign-posted Robin Park.
•Follow signs for DW Stadium (Visiting Directors & Match Officials only, take second right into Anjou Boulevard for main entrance)
Parking: The DW Stadium has 2000 car parking spaces located around the stadium. Please refrain from using the Robin Retail Park car parks as these are not official car parks. Supporters who use this car park are at risk of being clamped and fined.
Supporters using Car Park 1 (on Stadium Way) and Car Park 3 (behind the East Stand) will be required to pay upon entry to the car park. Car Park 4 which is accessed via Frith Street off Saddle Junction, next to B&Q, will remain free however it is expected that this will fill up early and will be closed approximately one hour before kick off for access and safety reasons.
Travel by Train: The nearest stations to the stadium is Wigan Wallgate and North Western Station. No direct trains are available so connections will be have to made at Manchester stations or Warrington. From the two stations it's roughly a 20min walk to the stadium
For full details or routes, fares and times please visit http://www.nationalrail.co.uk/
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