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12 September 2013

A look at the home of our opposition

London Borough of Barking and Dagenham Stadium (but still known to many fans as Victoria Road)

Telephone: 02085921549
Ticket Office: 02085921549 (ext 21)

Capacity: 6,000 (2,200 seats)
Away Capacity: 1,200

Average 2012/13 Attendance: 1,903

Tickets: Tickets for Rovers trip to Dagenham are available to order in advance direct from the home club, although there is no Early Bird discount on offer.
Tickets in the Traditional Builders Stand (Away Supporters), are priced as follows
Adults                  £18.50 
Concessions         £13.00 
Juniors (10-U16)   £11.00 
Under 10              Free (when purchased with adult ticket. Must be purchased in advance).
Their ticket office contact number is 020 8592 1549 ext. 21. Any tickets bought over the phone will be left for collection in the matchday collections office. Tickets will be available on the gate (cash only) – with the exception of the U10 ticket which must be purchased in advance. 

How To Get There: Leave Bristol and head up the M4 towards London. Take the exit for the M40/M1/Watford and then merge on to the M25. At junction 28 take the A12/A1023 exit to Chemlsford/Romford/Brentford, then at Brook Street roundabout take the 4th exit onto the A12 ramp to Romford/A118. Merge on to Colchester Road/A12. At Gallows Corner Roundabout, take the 2nd exit onto Main Rd/A118. At the next roundabout take the 1st exit onto Mercury Gardens/A1251. Continue to follow the A1251and go through the next roundabout. At the next roundabout take the 2nd exit onto old Chruch Road. Turn left at Dagenham Road, cross Rush Green Road/A124, and rejoin the Dagenham Road. Follow this for a mile-and-a-half and then turn left at Rainham Road. Finally, turn right on to Victoria Road, and the ground will be on your left.

SatNav: RM10 7XL

Distance: 159 miles
Duration: 2 hours and 49 minutes

Away Facilities: Away fans are housed at one end of the stadium. Up to 1,200 fans can be accommodated in this area. As you would expect from a new stand the views of the playing action and facilities are both good. To get to the away end go through the main entrance, walk straight on through the car park, past the supporters club to the right, and then walk along the back of the Main Stand. The entrance is down on the right at the corner of the ground.

Last visit: Rovers last visit to the LBDRS was in April 2013, Rovers won an exciting game 4-2, with goals coming from John-Joe O'Toole, Oumare Tounkara (2) and Danny Woodards.

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