If you're heading to St James' Park to cheer The Bluebirds on this weekend then check out our handy guide to help ensure your visit runs as smoothly as possible.
Please take extra care when making your journey as there are weather warnings in place throughout Friday in the UK, with the southwest being named as one of the regions set to be affected. Check forecast and travel information before setting off.
Barrow fans have a choice of standing or sitting for Saturday’s game at Exeter City, with entrance to the away end via the turnstiles on St James’ Road.
Tickets are available in advance by calling Exeter City direct before 5pm on Friday, though Bluebirds fans will also be able to buy them from The Grecians’ Away Ticket Booth on matchday which is open from 1.30pm.
Food & Drink
There is a kiosk inside the away end which will cater for Bluebirds fans, offering a wide range of food and drinks, including hot dog, sausage rolls and pasties.
Away fans are also welcome into The Centre Spot Bar, which is located close to Main Reception and offers a friendly atmosphere, a large range or drinks, as well as a pool table and a darts board.
Exeter City’s Club Shop is joined to Main Reception and has available Match Programmes and other Grecians’ merchandise and souvenirs. It opens at 11am on matchdays.
From the M5, fans should exit westbound at Junction 29 on to the A3015. Follow that road on to the B3183 (Heavitree Road) for two miles, going past Royal Devon & Exeter Hospital. At the roundabout, take the fourth exit on to Western Way and then second exit at the next roundabout on to Old Tiverton Road. St James’ Park is located on the left.
If you’re travelling by train, the closest station to the ground is Exeter St James, which is conveniently located right outside St James’ Park on Well Street.
Fans are warned that there is no on-site parking available on matchdays at the stadium and options are severely limited in residential areas locally.
There are a few car parks near the ground though. There is the King William Street car park (NCP) or the car parks just off Western Way on Parr Street, Belmont, Belgrave Road and Bampfylde Street car park and the Triangle car park (actually accessed from Clifton Road). These are all about five to 10 minutes' walk minutes from the club.