Car Parking sold out for season opener

Thursday 08 September 2022 Written by: Adam

There are still plenty of ways you can travel to Kingston Park and make it to Saturday’s fixture:

**BY BUS**

Local bus services operate in the Kingston Park area, with connections including the X47 to and from Newcastle city centre.

For information on local buses click **[HERE][1]**


Kingston Park Stadium is served by Kingston Park and Bank Foot Metro stations, both of which are a five-minute walk away. Both stations are on the Airport branch of the **[Tyne and Wear Metro][2]**.

Newcastle city centre is approximately 20 minutes away by Metro, which also serves Sunderland, South Tyneside, Gateshead, North Tyneside and the coast.

Tyne and Wear Metro also have some cost-saving incentives available to supporters using their services including their ‘Save As You Go with Pay As You Go’ campaign.

Purchasing a **[Pop Pay As You Go Card][3]**, when compared to buying paper Metro day tickets, saves you 65p on single tickets and 85p on day tickets.

Just top up your Pop PAYG card online or at a ticket machine, and then touch in and out to pay for your journeys as you make them. Tyne and Wear Metro calculate the cheapest fare for your journey, making it a very convenient way to travel to match days.


Newcastle Falcons recently joined forces with LNER to bring discounted travel to supporters heading to and from Newcastle.

Fans with a Newcastle Falcons ticket account number will be able to access a 40% discount on LNER train tickets for select match days for the 2022-23 season, making it easier than ever before to travel to Kingston Park Stadium.

To access this offer, visit our **[dedicated page][4]** on LNER’s website and follow the steps to book your train tickets.

To find out more, click **[HERE][5]**.

If you’re yet to get your tickets to our first home game of the season against Harlequins, click **[HERE][6]** to secure your place today.