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Away guide: Newport County

9 August 2016

MK Dons face Newport County at Rodney Parade  tonight – here is all the information you need ahead of the EFL Cup Round One tie in South Wales; kick-off 7.45pm.

Tickets are priced at £12 adults, £8 over-60s/under-21s/students and £5 under-16s, while under-6s go FREE.

Tickets are available both online and from the Box Office until 2pm. Tickets are no longer on sale at the centre:mk kiosk.

Tickets can be bought at Rodney Parade on matchday, from the mobile unit adjacent to the away turnstiles. This will be cash only.

To purchase tickets click here, visit the Box Office or call 0333 200 5343.

Newport County AFC, Rodney Parade, Newport, Gwent, NP19 0UU

Official away travel is available at £21 adults and £20 all other supporters, with Season Ticket holders and members entitled to a £1 discount.

To book coach travel click here, visit the Box Office/centre:mk kiosk or call 0333 200 5343. Travel will be available to book right up until 2pm on Tuesday, subject to availability.

Coaches will depart Stadium MK at 3pm.

Via M4: Exit the motorway at Junction 25a and take the first exit at the roundabout onto Heidenheim Way. Take the first exit off flyover and then the second exit off the next roundabout. Take the first exit at the next roundabout across the River Usk bride and then at the traffic lights, bear right onto Chepstow Road. Take the first right onto Cedar Road, then right onto Corporation Road before taking a left onto Grafton Road – Rodney Parade is then on your left-hand side.

Car Parking
There is no parking available for supporters at Rodney Parade and there is a 'residents only' parking scheme in operation in the street around the ground.

There is FREE two-hour parking at the Kingsway Centre, which is a five-minute walk from the stadium.

Alternatively, you can use one of the city-centre car parks which are around 15 minutes walking distance away.

Newport Railway Station is around a quarter-mile away from Rodney Parade and is a relatively short walk.

As you come out of the main station entrance, turn left along the main road. Follow this road until you reach a large roundabout, where you should take the pedestrian underpass down underneath the roundabout. At the centre, turn left towards Clarence Place/River Usk and after returning to street level you will see a bridge in front. Cross that bridge and then take the first right-hand turn into Rodney Parade and the stadium is down this road on the left.

The station is served by trains from London Paddington, Bristol Temple Meads & Birmingham New Street.

There is a Clubhouse at the ground inside the home main entrance which admits away supporters and next door is a hot food area.

There is a Wetherspoons pub on Chepstow Road called the Godfrey Morgan, which is listed in the CAMRA Good Beer Guide and is only a 10-minute walk from the away turnstiles. What’s more, along Chepstow Road there are a number of food outlets including a couple of fish and chip shops, as well as a Greggs Bakery.

Otherwise, the city centre is a 10-15 minute walk away and there are plenty of pubs to be found including three more Wetherspoons outlets, two of which –the John Wallace Linton in Cambrian Road and the Queen's Hotel in Bridge Street – are located quite close to the railway station.

In the town centre, you will find the Lamb pub on Bridge Street which is both welcoming and serves great real ale.

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