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15:53 19th December 2013

by Norwich City Football Club

Everything you need to know for your trip to the Stadium of Light.

NEXT up for the Canaries is a visit to Sunderland's Stadium of Light on Saturday, December 21 (3pm).

Match tickets and free Club Canary coach travel are still available for this match.

For Canary fans making their own way to the Stadium of Light, here's our brief travel guide.

By Car
The Stadium of Light is easily accessible from the A19 and A1. The stadium's postcode (for Sat Nav) is SR5 1SU. Parking in the immediate area is limited.  A park and ride scheme is in operation - see the advice below.

Park and Ride Scheme
The scheme runs from the Sunderland Enterprise Park on Wessington Way (A1231), which is easily accessible from the A19 and is clearly signposted 'Park and Ride'.

Pick-up and set-down points on the Enterprise Park are clearly marked. The pick-up points from the Enterprise Park are the permanent bus stops, while pick-up points from the stadium are to the north on Keir Hardie Way.

Buses run every five minutes before the game and regularly afterwards until all supporters have been transported back to their cars.

By Train
Sunderland's train station is a 10 to 15-minute walk from the ground. It has excellent links to the national rail network and Metro system, ensuring quick and easy travel to other areas of the region.

Click here for walking directions between Sunderland station and the stadium. For journey planning and ticketing details, visit National Rail.

To purchase your ticket and claim a free coach place please go online, call 0844 826 1902 or visit the Carrow Road ticket office or official store at Chapelfield or The Mall.

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