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Travel update for festive fixtures

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Fans should be aware of transport changes ahead of the Boxing Day fixture with West Ham United and the New Year’s Day clash at Brighton & Hove Albion.

There will be no trains running at all on South Western Railways for the home game against the Hammers on 26th December, with kick-off scheduled for 3pm.  

For the trip to Brighton on New Year’s Day, there is a bus replacement service in operation from Southampton Central to Southampton Airport Parkway or from Southampton Central to Eastleigh if you wish to take the alternative route.

Both routes will take around the four hour mark so supporters are advised to seek alternative travel arrangements.

Fans should also note that there is no away parking at the stadium itself, but coaches and minibuses will be allowed if pre-booked.

Instead, there is a Park & Ride in operation, picking fans up from Mill Road, Brighton Racecourse and Mithras House at Brighton University. For away fans, the nearest and most convenient stop will be Mill Road, which holds around 450 cars.


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