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Travel Guide: West Bromwich Albion

26 September 2014

Ground: The Hawthorns

Sat Nav: B71 4LF


Getting there by road: From M5 junction 1, take the A41 East, sign posted Birmingham City Centre. The stadium is visible immediately after the motorway island is cleared, and stands about 600 metres to the Birmingham side of junction 1.

Getting there by rail: The stadium is accessible from The Hawthorns train and Metro station only. Take the national trainline into New Street, Birmingham, and change for a local train or Metro to The Hawthorns from Snow Hill, Birmingham, which is a five-minute walk from the main station.

Car parking: Street parking is available, or alternatively there are a few private matchday car parks at some local industrial units near the ground. Alternatively, use Hawthorns station, which costs £4 per car.

Fans are advised that they can now pay on the day as cash turnstiles will be in operation at The Hawthorns.

Prices as follows:

Adults: £25.00

Seniors (60+): £20

U21 & Students: £15

U17: £1

Wheelchair and assistant: £10 per pair

Ambulant and assistant: £10 per pair

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