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HOW TO GUIDE: GET TO CRAWLEY

15 October 2015

Key information ahead of facing the Red Devils

The Town travel to Broadfield Stadium on Saturday to face Crawley Town (3pm) in Sky Bet League 2

Fans are reminded NO tickets will be available from Crawley on the day of the game, with supporters required to purchase in advance. 

The Bobbers Travel will depart from the Luton train station bus station at 11am on the day of the game, but for Hatters fans making their own way to Crawley’s, here's our brief travel guide. 

By Car

It is 78.3 miles from the Maple Road car park to the Broadfield Stadium which should take you just under an hour and a half if driving by car. 

From Luton, take the M1 south and M25 anticlockwise. From the M25 then take the M23 southbound towards Gatwick Airport and Brighton. At the end of the M23 (before it becomes the A23) leave the motorway at the last exit, Junction 11 (sign-posted A264 Horsham, Pease Pottage Services). 

At the roundabout at the end of the motorway slip road turn right onto the A23 going towards Crawley. The ground is down on the left just before the next roundabout. Turn left at the roundabout and then left again for the stadium car park. 

The postcode for the ground is RH11 9RX.

Want to lift share? Got a free space in your car, or need a lift? Check out this official Lift Share scheme, which is supported by the Football League.

Where to Park 

There is a car park at the stadium which costs £5, otherwise there is street parking in the vicinity of the ground.

By Train 

Crawley station is just over a mile away from the Broadfield Stadium. Your best bet is to take a Fastway number 10 bus to the ground which runs every 10 minutes. You can a 20-minute walk, or a taxi – which costs approximately £6.
  
For further information, check with National Rail Enquiries by clicking HERE

Where to Drink 

Town fans who have been to Crawley before will know the best bet for a pre-match pint is the bar at the ground called Redz Bar. It is the nearest watering hole to the Broadfield Stadium.

Entrance to this bar is gained from outside the stadium.

The closest pub to the ground is the Half Moon on the Brighton Road.

Any other business

Click here to read more, courtesy of the Crawley Town website.

Club contacts

Email Luton Town supporter liaison officer John Miller.

Email Crawley's SLO, Barbara Robinson.

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