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How do I get to Vitality Stadium?

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Sam Hurst
Sam Hurst

There are loads of places for parking all around Vitality Stadium – so the only problem with driving is the time it may take to get our of the area after the final whistle. If you have a match ticket you can park on the south side of the ground for just £1 for the whole game. If this area is full then on Christchurch Road, the Sovereign Center has parking for £2 for 4 hours.

Lots of trains will arrive at Bournemouth Central – which is a 25/30 minute walk from the stadium. The best way is to grab a taxi – the journey should cost under £10 but remember if you have a season ticket/are going with someone who does – use United Taxi’s and get a 10% discount! Their number is 01202 55 66 77

If you’re coming from, or transferring through London – chances are you’ll arrive at Pokesdown station – only a mile frim the ground the walk will be less than 15 minutes.

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Jake Burgess
Jake Burgess

There’s a good whack of car parking space at the venue which is great (costs 50p an hour) so driving is a reasonable option.

In terms of public transport, most incoming trains will drop you at Bournemouth Central. From here you can get a taxi (for around £8) or stomach the 30-minute walk. If you’re travelling from London, then hop on at Waterloo and take the service to Pokesdown station which only takes 15 minutes by foot to the stadium!

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