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BIRMINGHAM TRAVEL GUIDE

2 November 2012

Everything you need to know if you're heading to St Andrew's

Founded: 1875
Nickname: Blues
Manager: Lee Clark
Ground name: St Andrew’s
Capacity: 29,409
Colours: Blue and White

Directions: Take your usual route to the A14 and remain on the main road for around 100 miles until joining the M6 north, following signs for the North West. Remain on the M6 and keep in the left hand lane at junction 3a, then at junction 4 keep in the middle lanes and join the M42, signposted the South West and M5. Leave the M42 at junction 6 and then at the roundabout take the fourth exit and merge onto the A45, signposted Birmingham S.E. Stay on the A45, following signs for the City Centre and at Poets Corner roundabout take the third exit onto Golden Hillock Road, the B4145 which is signposted, Saltley. By now the floodlights of St Andrew’s should become visible.

By rail: Bordesley is the nearest station, which is a ten minute walk away. Birmingham New Street is the more likely rail destination though and that is around a 20 minute walk to St Andrew’s.

Parking: There is a small car park opposite the away end plus some street parking around the ground.

For exclusive Town team news and live updates from St Andrew’s, follow the Blues on Twitter @Official_ITFC. Remember that Ipswich Player will also be providing live commentary of the game. 


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