If you’re making the trip to Newport County this weekend, then check out this handy guide to ensure your visit to Rodney Parade runs as smoothly as possible.
The Bluebirds form the opposition for County’s first game in front of fans at home since the middle of December, so it’s bound to be a big occasion in South Wales on Saturday.
Barrow fans will be located in The Bisley Stand, which is a covered seating area with a capacity of up to 422.
Whilst tickets are no longer available online, visiting supporters can buy them on the day of the game by visiting the Away Ticket Office at Newport.
Due to Welsh government rules, all supporters attending the game must be able to produce one of the following upon arrival at the ground:
- A digital NHS COVID pass
- A paper NHS COVID pass
- Proof of a recent negative Lateral Flow Test
Food & Drink
There is a bar situated within The Bisley Stand which serves away supporters and a burger van is located just inside the entrance if you’re feeling peckish upon arrival.
There are also accessible toilets and baby changing facilities available in the away end.
Barrow fans travelling to the game in a car can head off the M4 at Junction 26 and then take the third exit off the roundabout on to Malpas Road. Take the second exit at the next roundabout and then first exit at the next one to head across River Usk. Bear right at the traffic lights on to Chepstow Road and then take the first right on to Cedar Road. Take the next right to move on to Corporation Road and then the first left on to Grafton Road from there you’ll see Rodney Parade on your left.
If you’re getting the train then the nearest station to Rodney Parade if Newport (Gwent), which is around a ten-minute walk from the stadium.
There are several public car parks in Newport City Centre within a short walking distance of Rodney Parade. There is also street parking around the stadium but please make sure you take note of local parking restrictions.