Norwich City visit Deepdale to take on Preston North End on Saturday in the Sky Bet Championship (3pm).
Club Canary coaches depart from outside Carrow Road at 7am on the day of the game, but for supporters making their own way to the Deepdale, here’s our brief travel guide.
Preston's railway station is around a mile and a half from the ground and it takes around 25 minutes to walk between the two.
Leave the Preston railway station via the main entrance, and head right at the top of the drive. This is the main High Street which is about a mile long, and you will pass a church and a bike shop as you come to its end.
Simply carry on walking along this street, and when you reach the ring road, you head straight over the large traffic lights, heading towards Preston Prison. Turn left at the Prison into Church Street, then left into Deepdale Road. Continue straight along Deepdale Road and after about a mile you will reach the ground.
To plan your journey from Norwich to Preston, visit nationalrail.co.uk.
The sat nav postcode for the Deepdale is PR1 6RU. For driving directions from Carrow Road, click HERE.
Parking is mainly available in the streets surrounding the ground. There is some parking available at the ground itself, but at a cost of £12.50 per car.
Food and drink
According to the footbalgroundguide.com, there is not a great deal of pubs in close proximity to the ground. Further up Tom Finney Way from the stadium is Sumners. This pub normally has a good mix of home and away supporters
There are also a couple of nearby clubs that welcome away fans. First there is St Gregory's Catholic Club, which is around a five minute walk away on Blackpool Road.
Secondly, there is the Fulwood Conservative Club, situated around ten minutes walk away from Deepdale, at the junction of Blackpool Road and Garstang Road across from Moor Park.