Wrexham hit the road for the third away game of 2019-20 on Sunday, 18th August 2019. This time Bryan Hughes' Dragons take on Notts County with a 3pm kick-off.
Where Is It?
Where To Get In?
How Much Is It To get In?
Buy Online: Notts County v Wrexham | Away Tickets - Direct From Notts County
Turnstiles: Notts County operate cashless turnstiles. You must buy a ticket in advance.
Arrangements: More information regarding tickets for this game can be found here.
Entry is by ticket only and, any fans arriving at the ground without a ticket should first go to the away supporter ticket booth located at the back of the Jimmy Sirrel Stand. Visiting fans should note that on-the-day ticket purchases are cash only and subject to a £2 price increase.
More Information Supplied By Notts County
For more information about parking, getting in and tickets - Notts County have supplied this information.
There are a limited number of on-street parking spaces on the roads around the ground - all have to be paid for using the Ringo telephone booking service. Details are displayed on adjacent (lamp) posts.
Next to the ground, to the rear of the Jimmy Sirrel stand, there is parking available in the Cattle Market and there are also private, manned, parking sites on Meadow Lane - all ‘pay at the gate’. Parking charges currently average £5 per vehicle.
Car parking for away disabled supporters is situated in the Meadow Lane car park which is 25 metres from the Jimmy Sirrel Stand. The club has designated areas for disabled persons. For details, contact the Notts County ticket office on 0115 955 7210.
Information regarding ground accessibility and much more can be found on the Notts County club website, here.
From Notts County: Away supporters are encouraged to use the Southbank Bar just across Trent Bridge.
Slightly further away from Meadow Lane, across Trent Bridge and on Radcliffe Road is the famous Trent Bridge Inn, a JD Wetherspoons Pub on the corner of Trent Bridge Cricket Ground (NG2 6AA).
Down from the railway station, towards the ground, on London Road, Hooters (NG2 3AS) is also a popular pre-match venue with football fans.
Just off Meadow Lane towards Iremonger Road is the Trent Navigation Inn (NG2 3HS) which serves a varied menu and sells some choice beers.
The Broken Wheelbarrow at the back of the stand on Meadow Lane is not available to visiting supporters.
Once inside the stadium: Hot and cold food and drinks (alcoholic and non-alcoholic) can be purchased from the outlets in the concourse of the Jimmy Sirrel visitors’ stand.
The nearest cash point is situated at the Jet petrol station on Meadow Lane, approximately a 3 minute walk from the visiting supporters’ turnstiles, but there is a charge for using it.
There are also cash points situated within the shops at Lady Bay Retail Park, approximately a 5 minute walk along Meadow Lane from the visiting supporters turnstiles.
Official Away Travel
Book Online: Away Travel to Notts County - Wrexham AFC Online Ticket Store
Price for travel: Club Members £16 | Jr Dragons £14 | Non Members £18
Departure Information: The Turf Hotel, Mold Road, Wrexham. LL11 2AH at 10.30am.
TRAVEL TICKET OFFICE
Away Travel Club tickets are also available from the Ticket Office located in the Club Shop from 10.00am-5.00pm.
Don't forget that buying online and printing your ticket at home is simple and more cost effective.