AFC Telford United make their first trip to the LNER Community Stadum tomorrow evening when they face York City in the National League North, 7.45pm KO.
Here you will find all the information you need if you’re making the trip York.
LNER Community Stadium, Kathryn Avenue, Monks Cross Dr, Huntington, York YO32 9AF
Adults – £20
Concessions – £15
Under 19s and Students (with valid ID card) – £8
Under 12s – £6
Under 5s – FREE
How to Buy
Individual match tickets can be bought online, over the phone, or in person at the LNER Community Stadium.
The North and West Stand ticket booths open from midday on a Saturday matchday and 4:45pm on a Tuesday matchday.
Please click here to buy tickets online.
Segregation will be in place at LNER Community Stadium. AFC Telford United supporters will be housed in the North Stand of the ground behind the goal.
Away supporters travel will leave the New Bucks Head at 3pm. The cost is advance is £22 and £24 if paid on the day. To book call 07966 935 534.
When heading up the LNER Community Stadium, you will want to take the M1, assuming you are based somewhere near the M1 that is. You’d need to take this route up to junction 32, continue onto the M18, and then join the A1 to head on up to Leeds. From here, you exit at junction 44 and take the A64 pretty much directly to the complex.
Getting to this stadium from the North is arguably a bit easier, depending on where you are based that is. Simply take the A1 or the A19 down the East Coast, and then exit onto the A1237 as soon as you get to York. Follow this road around to the East, and you will arrive at the LNER Community Stadium before you know it.
A dedicated area within the Monks Cross P&R site has 400 spaces for matchday users. Tickets need to be purchased in advance. A steward then scans the ticket in the car park which grants you access for the day/night.
Parking is not permitted in any other car parks. Stewards will be present in the area on matchdays. There is a maximum 2-hour parking restriction across the other areas of the site, including Vangarde Shopping Park, controlled through ANPR cameras on match days.
Subject to availability on a matchday, car parking will be available for £5 per fixture.
Surrounding Car Parks
The North car park (from Jockey Lane entrance) is for general users of the leisure centre, Explore Library, NHS and York Against Cancer and will be managed by stewards on match days.
The East car park (next to the 3G pitches) is closed to the public on match days and is for match day staff and visiting club directors only.
The cinema is serviced by South car park. Owned by a private company, no match day parking is permitted. Stewards will be present in the area on match days.
There is a maximum 4-hour parking restriction across the entire site (2-hours on match days), including Vangarde Shopping Park, controlled through ANPR cameras.
A great thing about choosing to travel to the stadium by train is that York is a pretty small city, so once you get to York Train Station you could even walk there if you really wanted to – which is actually a great way to explore a bit of the city and check out some of the many bars/restaurants en-route. Just note that depending on where you are coming from, you’ll likely need to come via Leeds, and then take an additional train to York. And if you were tight on time, once again, you could simply take any of the Park and Ride services in York to get out to the stadium, or even take the bus!
Where to drink
The LNER Community Stadium won’t technically have a bar or cafe linked into the football ground itself. However, the facility has been built alongside a brand new leisure centre, where there are several places you could grab a soft drink and even a pint. If you wanted to look a little further afield, York City Centre is teaming with old pubs and bars.