Norwich City travel to Queens Park Rangers in the Sky Bet Championship on Monday, April 2 (3pm).
Club Canary Coaches will depart from outside Carrow Road at 10am on the day of the game, but for supporters making their own way to Loftus Road, here’s our brief travel guide.
City fans will be able to purchase tickets at Loftus Road on the day, with full details available HERE.
QPR’s ground is located on South Africa Road, Shepherd’s Bush, London with the postcode W12 7PJ.
For driving directions between Carrow Road and Loftus Road, CLICK HERE.
Please note, due to Loftus Road’s city centre location matchday parking is extremely limited. Street parking is available within walking distance of the ground but please check local road signs before parking.
Road closures around the stadium occur 90 minutes prior to kick-off so please allow plenty of time for your journey.
The nearest train stations to the ground are White City Station on the Central Line and Wood Lane Station on the Hammersmith & City line, which are a seven-minute walk away.
To get to the stadium from these stations walk north on Wood Lane towards Depot Road, turn left onto South Africa Road and continue on for 0.4 mile until you reach Loftus Road.
The nearest overground station is Shepherd’s Bush, to get to the stadium from here walk north onto Ariel Way for 0.6 mile, turn right onto Wood Lane and then left 0.2 mile up the road onto South Africa Road which takes you to Loftus Road.
To plan your journey from Norwich visit nationalrail.co.uk.
Bus numbers 283 to Bloemfontein Road or the 72, 95 or 220 to White City Station all stop within walking distance of the stadium.
For up-to-date information, please call Transport for London on 0343 222 1234.
Food & Drink
There are a number of bars in Shepherd’s Bush Green however few are away fan friendly. Belushi’s Bar, located in the Vue Complex, welcomes away supporters and shows Sky Sports and BT Sports.
Uxbridge Road has a range of cafes, bars and takeaways offering a large selection of food from around the world and is a big hit with travelling fans.