Norwich City travel to Hull in the Sky Bet Championship on Saturday, March 10 (3pm).
Club Canary Coaches will depart from outside Carrow Road at 9:30am on the day of the game, but for supporters making their own way to the KCOM Stadium, here's our brief travel guide.
City fans will be able to purchase tickets at the KCOM Stadium on the day, with full details available HERE.
Hull's ground is located on West Park, Walton Street, Hull with the SatNav postcode HU3 6GA.
For driving directions between Carrow Road and The KCOM Stadium, CLICK HERE.
Supporters are advised that this route includes a toll charge for crossing The Humber Bridge.
Please note, areas around the stadium are resident only and cars parked illegally in this area will be issued with parking tickets.
Alternatively, fans can use the Priory Park & Ride at Hessle which is signposted from the A63 (Clive Sullivan Way).
This provides up to 650 parking spaces with a frequent bus service dropping off and picking up spectators outside the stadium on Anlaby Road.
The nearest train station to the ground is Hull Paragon, which is approximately a 20-minute walk away.
To get to the stadium from the station, depart through the main exit, turn right towards the traffic lights at the junction of Anlaby Road and Ferensway.
Turn right and follow the signposts directing you to the stadium, passing Hull Royal Infirmary on your right.
Turn right after the hospital onto Argyle Street, the footbridge is on the left and takes you all the way to the KCOM Stadium.
To plan your journey from Norwich visit nationalrail.co.uk.
Bus Numbers 2 and 66 go past the stadium, departing from Hull Paragon Interchange.
For up-to-date information, please call EYMS on 01482 592 929.
Food & Drink
The Brickmakers pub virtually opposite the stadium allows in away supporters. It has a big screen showing Sky Sports and BT Sport both before and after the game, as well as a burger van outside the pub.
The Walton Street Social Club also admits away supporters. Although entry will cost £1, the club offers reasonably priced beer, is of good size and offers a separate area for the sale of food, such as burgers and chips.
Most other pubs within the immediate vicinity of the stadium are designated as being for home supporters only.
Away Supporter Guide
Hull City provide an in-depth guide for travelling fans, which can be downloaded HERE.