Car Park sold out v Irish

Monday 11 April 2016 Written by: Adam

Car Parking at Kingston Park stadium has sold out for Sunday’s Aviva Premiership match against London Irish as tickets continue to sell rapidly.

Any fans who have not already purchased their seasonal or match day car parking passes should be aware that there will be no additional on-site parking on Sunday.

Outside of the stadium local parking restrictions will be enforced on Sunday, meaning that fans are advised either to use public transport to get to Kingston Park Stadium.

Direct Metros are available from Newcastle Central Station to Kenton Bank Foot Metro station and from there it is a five minute walk to Kingston Park. For more information on mainline rail travel to and from Newcastle Central Station please [click here][1] to visit the Virgin Trains East Coast website.

A Day Saver pass on the Tyne and Wear Metro system can be used to travel to Kingston Park Stadium. These passes start from £2.70 for one zone and are valid for unlimited travel on the Metro, Shields Ferry and local rail services (Newcastle to Sunderland) for the whole day. You can buy one from any ticket machine located on all Metro stations. For full details of Metro zones [click here][2]

Kingston Park is on a number of local bus routes including the Stagecoach operated X47. For more information and to plan your journey to the stadium [click here.][3]