Fans Advised to Arrive Early at Colchester
Monday, 22nd Jul 2013 19:52
Town fans are advised to get to the Weston Homes Community Stadium in good time for Tuesday’s penultimate friendly against Colchester United in order to avoid queues (KO 7.45pm). More than 1,000 Blues are expected to make the short trip to North Essex.
Tickets will be available on the night via the ticket office windows at the ground but there will be no cash turnstiles.
Travelling fans hoping to park at the ground are strongly advised to arrange it in advance with spaces now very limited, but this can only be done by visiting Colchester's ticket office during the day to purchase a permit.
Supporters should also note that fans parking on the bridge over the A12, along some of the side roads off Axial Way and other locations have received parking tickets at the recent West Ham and Spurs friendlies.
An alternative to parking at the ground is to utilise Colchester’s shuttle bus service.
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