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18:00 24th February 2016

by Norwich City Football Club

Key information ahead of facing the Foxes

NORWICH City travel to the Midlands on Saturday, February 27 to face Leicester City (3pm) in the Barclays Premier League.

Club Canary Coaches will depart from outside the Jarrold Stand at 10:30am on the day of the game, but for Canaries fans making their own way to the King Power Stadium, here's our brief travel guide.

By Car
Leicester City's stadium is situated on Filbert Way, Leicester, with SatNav postcode LE2 7FL.

For full driving directions from Carrow Road to the King Power Stadium, CLICK HERE.

Why not share your journey with a fellow yellow?

Lots of Canaries fans offer and take lifts to matches together to save money, talk tactics en route and do their bit to cut down on congestion.

To offer out your spare seats, or see who's going your way, visit the travel hub HERE.

Where to Park
Car parking spaces are available at the Club's Filbert Street car park, at the price of £16 and subject to availability.

These spaces need to be booked in advance by calling the Leicester City Football Club Sales Centre 0344 815 5000 (Option 1).

Ten spaces are also reserved for disabled travelling fans, again at the price of £16.

To reserve a disabled space, please call the Norwich City ticket office on 0844 826 1902.

Parking is also available on Freemans Commons Business Park (LE2 7SQ) priced at £4, with proceeds going towards the Multiple Sclerosis Therapy Centre.

Further parking can be found in the City Centre, signposted on the approach roads, as well as next to Leicester Tigers' Rugby Ground.

By Train 
The Stadium is approximately a 20 minute walk from Leicester train station, which is situated on London Road.

Trains between Leicester and Norwich roughly three hours each way, including changes at either Peterborough or Ely.

The final service to leave Leicester and arrive in Norwich the same day departs Leicester at 21:18 and reaches Norwich at 00:11 - including a change at Ely.

For a full list of services or to book tickets, please visit National Rail Enquiries.

Where to Drink
The majority of pubs within the immediate vicinity of the King Power Stadium are for home fans only, with some requiring a valid home match ticket prior to entry.

However, The Counting House on Almond Road, Freemans Park (LE2 7LH) is an away friendly pub and shows live sports.

Alternatively, there are a number of options within the city centre - approximately a 20 minute walk from the stadium.

Away Supporter Information
For Leicester City's more in-depth guide for visiting supporters, CLICK HERE.


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