Cardiff City Football Club, Cardiff City Stadium, Leckwith Road, Cardiff, CF11 8AZ
Supporters are advised not to travel unless they are in possession of a valid match ticket. No ticket upgrades will be available on the day of the fixture.
The Fan Centre will be open Tuesday 26 February from 8-6pm to quickly deal with any ticket queries you may have prior to the game. Please call via: 0151 556 1878.
There will also be a team of Everton travel stewards at the game to help with any issues that may arise while you are there.
Should you have any other issues that may arise on the day, Supporter Liaison Officer Rachel Meikle will also be available via: [email protected] or 07583189399.
By Road: Directions to Cardiff City Stadium - Coach Operators and Independent travellers.
• The RVP will be at the M4 motorway Junction 33 between 17:45 -18:15hrs. • Coaches will pause briefly to gather together and will be ‘piloted’ to the stadium. • Coach and minibus parking is free. • Take the A4232 dual carriageway for approximately five miles. • Take the exit marked ‘Leckwith’ - the stadium is visible on the left. • Exit the A4232 and at the roundabout take second exit for ‘Hadfield Rd’ • Travel down to ‘Hadfield Rd’ then turn left into ‘Bessemer Rd’ • At the end of Bessemer Rd, turn left onto Sloper Rd. Continue up Sloper Rd. • The away end entrance is opposite the bus garage. There are normally stewards directing away fans.
Matchday Parking: Further parking for away supporters is available at Bessemer Road’s Wholesale Market car park (CF11 8BA) - less than a five-minute walk from Cardiff City Stadium. Estimated cost is £5 per vehicle.
Cardiff City FC politely asks all those attending the stadium to respect residents by not parking in a way that obstructs footways and/or private entrances. Cardiff Council enforcement officers and South Wales Police officers work event days and will check that all vehicles are parked legally.
By Train: Please be advised to check your chosen travel provider ahead of traveling for all the latest updates due to any unforeseen circumstances.
Away supporters should take a direct train to Grangetown Station from Cardiff Central Station (approximately 5-minute journey). Arriva Trains Wales operate a half-hourly service to Grangetown Station which is approximately one mile from Cardiff City Stadium. Away supporters are advised not to transfer via Canton Station. For more information, click here.
Taxi from Cardiff Central Station: A taxi from Cardiff Central Station to the stadium should cost between £5 and £10. Cardiff City Stadium's recommended taxi service is Dragon Taxis - 029 2033 3333.
Bus: A matchday shuttle service runs between the city centre and the stadium every 20 minutes. After the game, buses pick up from the Fred Keenor statue, starting from five minutes after the final whistle and up to an hour after the match. Click here for more information.
Turnstiles: The away section will be open to visiting fans from 18.15pm. Away supporters will enter via Gate 12.
Pubs: Away fans are advised to drink in the city centre where pubs are neutral venues.
Accessible Information: There are a number of accessible toilets located all around the stadium. All accessible toilets operate using a ‘radar’ key system. We would advise you to bring your ‘radar’ access key with you. Should you not have your key with you, please see your nearest steward who will be able to arrange access.
Accessible parking bays are available for away supporters on matchdays. Away supporters are asked to contact the Fan Centre for further information. For further assessable information please click here.
Possession or Use of Pyrotechnics:
Everton Football Club does not condone the use of pyrotechnics under any circumstances. Any fan found using them will be subject to action by the Club and Police. Away Clubs use various techniques to detect the possession and use of pyrotechnics. Any person found in possession of such items are liable to arrest which could result in a criminal conviction and subsequent football ban.
This season has seen a small group of fans becoming involved in anti-social behaviour (beer throwing) within Club concourses. This does result in many fellow fans half-time social activity being ruined by the actions of the small minority. Such action can result in ejection from the stadium, or in the case more serious incidents, an arrest and subsequent football ban.
Please continue to enjoy your matchday but we ask that you also consider other supporters and how they will be affected by your behaviour.
We would like to thank you for your continued support in protecting Everton Football Club's reputation and support in enhancing the matchday experience for all.