Away supporters’ guide to Curzon Ashton

Away supporters’ guide to Curzon Ashton

The following information is provided for supporters who are travelling to Curzon Ashton on Saturday:

Curzon Ashton

Tameside Stadium,

Richmond St,

Ashton-under-Lyne

OL7 9HG

Directions:

M60 (from Stockport) Junction 23, turn left off slip road, then get into the second from left lane to go through the lights onto the A6140 sign-posted Ashton. Keep on the A6140 until you come to a set of traffic lights with a cinema on your right, turn left at these lights, follow road over a bridge then over a mini-roundabout then turn left after the mini-roundabout. Ground is at the bottom. [b]ALL VEHICLES MUST PARK IN THE CAR PARK ON THE RIGHT. COACH PARK ON LEFT

CAR PARKING

Free car parking is available with six disabled spaces. There is also a large ‘Over-Spill’ car park located on the left at the beginning of the approach road to the stadium. Please respect our neighbours when leaving the stadium. ALL VEHICLES MUST PARK IN THE CAR PARK ON THE RIGHT. COACH PARK ON LEFT

By Train

The nearest Railway Station is Ashton-under-Lyne which is located just over a mile or a 15-20 minute walk away from Tameside Stadium. The station is served by trains from Manchester Victoria and Huddersfield.

Metrolink

Five minutes’ walk away from the stadium is Ashton West Metrolink stop. This stop is on the line from Manchester Victoria and Piccadilly. Journey time from Piccadilly is just under half an hour. Trams run every 12 minutes. On reaching Ashton West stop, to cross the road (keeping the Cineworld Cinema behind you) and proceed along Richmond Road. Go over the railway bridge and you sill see the stadium over on your left.

Where to drink

There is a fair-sized Club Bar at the stadium which welcomes visiting fans. Otherwise in terms of pubs there are none  close by. If you arrive early at the stadium (or travel by train) then Ashton-under-Lyne town centre is only a 15 minute walk away, where there are plenty of pubs to be found. These include a Wetherspoons pub called the ‘Ash Tree’ on Wellington Road.