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Away guide: Sixfields

4 April 2014

Karl Robinson's men make the short trip to Sixfields on Saturday to take on Coventry City and are here to bring you all the information you need ahead of the game.

Sixfields Stadium, Northampton, NN5 5QA

South and West Stands
Adults: £16
Over 60s: £11
Young Adults (16-21): £11
Juniors (16 years and under): £8

Under 7s: £4
Wheelchair users: Pay as applicable
Supporters are advised that due to development of Sixfields, seating in the East will be uncovered.
Tickets are now only to purchase on arrival at the ground.

Going by coach?

Official away travel is available for this fixture priced at £11 for adults and £10 for senior, disabled and under-18 supporters.
at 1pm. mkstadium Season ticket holders and members are entitled to a £1 discount on coach tickets. Coaches will depart
Going by car?

From The South: Leave the M1 at Junction 15A and take the A43 towards Northampton and you will come to the ground on your right.
From The North: Leave the M1 at Junction 16 and take the A45 towards Northampton and you will come to the ground on your right.

The Sixfields stadium is well signposted around the area. There is a fair sized car park located at the ground, which costs £4. Parking in the nearby cinema and restaurant car parks is not allowed.
Where to eat and drink?

The ground is built on a leisure complex on the outskirts of Northampton. This consists of a couple of fast food and eating establishments (including a KFC, McDonalds and a Pizza Hut), a cinema, a bowling alley and the stadium itself. There is just one pub on this site called the Sixfields Tavern, which is part of the 'Hungry Horse' chain so offers meals and is family friendly. It also contains a Sports Bar, which has Sky Sports, but it is primarily for home fans and bouncers man the entrance on matchdays. A better bet may be the Tenpin Bowling Alley which contains a bar, admits away fans and shows Sky Sports too. Information taken from


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