Bath City vs Woking
Blue Square South Play-Off Final
Sunday 9th May, 2pm Kick Off
Bath City Football Club,
Twerton Park, Twerton, Bath, BA2 1DB
Tel: (01225) 423087 / 313247
Fax: (01225) 481391
Leaves Kingfield at 10.00am but please be there by 9.45am at the latest; £15 members, £20 non-members; book through the Club Shop (01483 772470 ext 240 or email@example.com). Please book by 1pm on Friday so that the number of coaches can be confirmed.
Take J18 off M4, head south on the A46 towards Bath/Stroud, at the 2nd roundabout take the 3rd exit onto A4/London Rd W, after 1 mile turn left onto the A36, along Pulteney Road, then right onto Claverton Street, follow Lower Bristol Road (A36) for 1.5 miles. Left under railway bridge (sign: Bath City FC) into Twerton High Street and ground is second turning on left.
Alternative route for high vehicles (coaches):
Take J19 off M4 onto M32. J3 off M32, follow signs for Bath (A4). Through Keynsham (5 miles) and Saltford (8 miles), go through 2 roundabouts on the A4, at the 3rd roundabout take the 2nd exit sign posted Combe Down/Newton St Loe. Follow this road for 1 mile, turn left onto Newton Road (sign posted Twerton) and the ground is three-quarters of a mile on the right.
The nearest stations are Bath Spa (2 miles) and Oldfield Park (1 mile). A possible journey out is:
An alternative, possibly cheaper, route is via Salisbury but you'd need to catch the 08.46 from Woking. Look up www.trainline.com to see the various options. (The Guildford- Reading line is subject to engineering works.)
If you don’t want to risk the connections, head for Paddington and catch the 11.03, arriving at Bath Spa at 12.48.
The number 5 bus runs from the City Centre to Twerton Park. It runs at 20 minute intervals on Sundays. A taxi is likely to be about £6/£7.
Tickets are not being sold in advance to away fans. Woking fans have been allocated a seating area holding 235 people alongside the away terrace (the Bristol End). Ticket prices are:
Fans are advised to arrive early to avoid last-minute queues at the turnstiles.