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BIRMINGHAM GROUND GUIDE

PUBLISHED

10:29 13th January 2014

A look at the home of tomorrow's opponents

St Andrews

Telephone: 0844 557 1875
Website:www.bcfc.com

Capacity:  30,016 (all seated)
Away Capacity: 3,000 (can be increased to 4,500 for cup games).
Average 2012/13 Attendance: 16,703

Tickets: Gasheads will be seated in the Gil Merrick Stand, lower level. The seating is unreserved, and we have been given 1,200 to sell in advance. Tickets are priced at: 
Adults: £10
Seniors (65+): £5
Students (with valid NUS card): £5
13-18 Years: £5
Under 13s: £1
Tickets are on sale now and will also be available on the night.


Rovers fans with a ticket stub from the abandoned game can present it to claim £2 off at their tea bars on January 4th.

Those who travelled to the game on a Supporters Club Coach are entitled to a full refund or they can keep their coach ticket for the re-arranged date.

Read more at http://www.bristolrovers.co.uk/news/article/crawley-fa-cup-2-1267193.aspx#kFGfDFAL18Z8RDSL.99

Fans can pay with cash on the gate for all areas, any fans wishing to purchase in advance can do so at their online ticket site 

Read more at http://www.bristolrovers.co.uk/news/article/morecambe-tickets-2013-2-1229068.aspx#G6Sxt8zvu7Ykx2ev.99

Fans can pay with cash on the gate for all areas, any fans wishing to purchase in advance can do so at their online ticket site 

Read more at http://www.bristolrovers.co.uk/news/article/morecambe-tickets-2013-2-1229068.aspx#G6Sxt8zvu7Ykx2ev.99

Seats are priced at £19 for adults, £15 for concessions, £6 for juniors (14-18) and free for children aged 5-13. Standing tickets cost £15 for adults, £12 for concessions, £5 for juniors (14-18) and free for children 5-13.

Read more at http://www.bristolrovers.co.uk/news/article/morecambe-tickets-2013-2-1229068.aspx#G6Sxt8zvu7Ykx2ev.99

The Pirates make the trip to the The Globe Arena on Saturday, December 14th.

Tickets are available in the Bay Radio Terrace (covered standing) and the PMG Stand (covered seating).

Seats are priced at £19 for adults, £15 for concessions, £6 for juniors (14-18) and free for children aged 5-13. Standing tickets cost £15 for adults, £12 for concessions, £5 for juniors (14-18) and free for children 5-13.

Fans can pay with cash on the gate for all areas, any fans wishing to purchase in advance can do so at their online ticket site 

A paying adult can also take up to 3 under 14’s in for free in all the away sections. This offer is available on the turnstiles and not through the online ticket site.

Read more at http://www.bristolrovers.co.uk/news/article/morecambe-tickets-2013-2-1229068.aspx#G6Sxt8zvu7Ykx2ev.99

How To Get There: Leave the M6 at Junction 6 and take the A38(M) for Birmingham City Centre. Continue past the first turn off (Aston, Waterlinks) and then take the next turn off, for the Inner Ring Road. Turn left at the island at the top of the slip road and take the Ring Road East, sign posted Coventry/Stratford. Continue along the ring road for two miles, crossing straight across three islands. At the fourth island turn left into Coventry Road going towards Small Heath. Birmingham City's ground is about a 1/4 of a mile up this road on your left. 

There is a small car park directly outside the entrance to the away end, but availability of space for cars is determined by how many away coaches are expected as they park in the same car park, which may mean for certain games that there is no space available for cars at all. There is though plenty of street parking off the left hand side of the ring road.

For full directions click here

SatNav: B9 4RL
Distance: 88.5 miles
Duration: 1 hour 36 minutes.

Away Facilities: Away supporters are housed on one side of the Gil Merrick Stand, which is at one end of the stadium in the lower tier. There are Birmingham fans housed above the away supporters, as well as to the other side of the stand (fans are separated by plastic netting). The facilities and the view from this stand are pretty good. 

Last visit: Rovers' last visit to St Andrews was in the League Cup in September 1999 - the home side won 2-0.