Away Day Information
ANOTHER BIG GAME FOR THE AMMIES THIS SATURDAY AS THEY FACE YORK CITY FOR THE THIRD TIME THIS SEASON, THIS TIME AT BOOTHAM CRESCENT
Here is some useful information for those Salford City supporters looking to make the journey to North Yorkshire.
The club is running supporters’ coaches to the game, departing from The Henry Boddington (Bolton Road, Pendlebury M27 8TG) at 12 noon. The fare is £5 per seat and you can reserve a place by emailing the club secretary at firstname.lastname@example.org
Bootham Crescent, York Y030 7AQ
Salford City will be playing in white shirts with black shorts and socks.
There is no car parking available at the ground and very limited street parking in the vicinity.The nearest car parks are:
Marygate Car Park, Frederic Street Y030 7DT
Bootham Row Car Park, Bootham Row Y030 7BP
Union Terrace Car Park, Clarence Street Y031 7ES
Supporters will be segregated for this game. Salford City fans should use entrances 14 to 23 on Grosvenor Road for admission to the ground. There is seating available in the adjacent ‘U’ section of the Popular Stand.
Concessions (Aged over 65 or between 18 and 21): £10
Aged 5 to 18: £5
There is an additional charge of £1 to transfer to the adjacent seating.
Under 5s are admitted free of charge
There is a kiosk in the away end selling pies, burgers, hotdogs, snacks and hot/cold drinks.
Available inside the ground, priced at £2.50
ACCESS FOR WHEELCHAIRS
There is no wheelchair access to the away end. Away supporters with wheelchairs may share the dedicated section used by home supporters, accessed via turnstile 13, located near the food kiosk just inside the car park. There are disabled toilet facilities inside.
Exit the A1 at Junction 44 and continue onto the A64, signposted for York. After appromately 10 miles take the A1237 exit. Straight on over four roundabouts then at the fifth take the third exit, Shipton Road A19. Continue on the A19 for approximately two miles then turn left onto Bootham Crescent.
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For more general information visit the York City F.C. website