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Train

Southampton is served by Southampton Central Railway Station, which is approximately a mile from the stadium - roughly a 20 minute walk. Please see ‘Train Station Shuttle’ in 'Bus Services' for details of the dedicated service to the stadium and back. The train station has staff available 24/7 and there are help points on every platform.There is cash machine at the train station, as well as refreshment facilities, toilets, pay phones and shops. The station is fully accessible to wheelchair users 24 hours a day.

Bus Services

TRAIN STATION SHUTTLE

Buses run regularly from the Southampton Central Train Station. Buses operate from the South side of the station (Platform 4), starting 2 ½ hours before the scheduled Kick Off for all First team matches. The buses will drop off and pick up supporters at Chapel Road. Return buses operate for 45 minutes after the final whistle. This bus is priced at £3 for an adult return, and £2 for a Child return. Concessionary passes are accepted. This service is open to all Home and all visiting supporters.

TOWN QUAY SHUTTLE

These shuttle buses operate from Terminal 2 at Southampton’s Town Quay. Services are timed to depart 5 minutes after the arrival of the Red Jet service from Cowes. Services start 2 ½ hours before the scheduled Kick Off for all First team matches. Buses will drop off and pick up supporters at Chapel Road. Return buses operate for 45 minutes after the final whistle. Prices, £3 adult return, £2 Child return. Concessionary passes are accepted. Passengers can purchase bus tickets from Red Funnel with their ferry tickets. Supporters that use the Car Ferry and Hythe Ferry are also welcome on the buses.

In addition to our shuttle bus services, there are two main providers of bus services in the area:
Blue Star Bus http://www.bluestarbus.co.uk/servicelisting.shtml
City Red https://www.firstgroup.com/southampton/routes-and-maps/city-reds

For bus times from all operators contact the Travel Line on +44 (0) 871 200 2233.

Driving

Southampton Football Club advise fans not to travel by private car into the surrounding areas of Southampton. Due to parking restrictions operating on a matchday we recommend making use of public transport wherever possible. However, if you do choose to drive to St Mary’s Stadium you can make use of a local City Council car park http://www. southampton.gov.uk/roads-parking/parking/default.aspx

Motorcycles & Cycling

Cycling is a quick and reliable way to get around Southampton on matchdays. Most of the city is less than a 20-minute ride from St Mary's Stadium. For some, arriving by motorcycle is also a good option. The football club has FREE parking facilities at the stadium for those who cycle. This can be found alongside the Kingsland Stand that is situated at the rear of the stadium. 

Please note that if you are travelling by motorcycle you should enter via the stadium's North Car Park and liaise with security on entry. If arriving by motorcycle, please do so no later than 40 minutes prior to kick-off due to closures. These closures will remain in place until approximately 20 minutes after the final whistle. 

Walking 

Southampton Football Club advises all supporters not to travel by private car to the surrounding areas of the stadium. Due to parking restrictions operating on a matchday we recommend all supporters to use the local City Council car parks and walk the short distances to the stadium. 

Taxi 

Local reliable taxis:

Radio Taxis: 02380 666 666

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