City are back on the road this Saturday to travel to the LNER Stadium to take on Lincoln City in a 3pm kick-off.
Making the trip to the LNER Stadium? Check out all you need to know below:
We have been initally allocated 344 tickets in the Stacey West Stand behind the goal at the LNER Stadium. Tickets are on sale online and in person until 3pm on Friday, February 16.
- Adult: £24
- Senior (65+): £19
- Young Person (18-21): £19
- Under-18: £10
- Disabled: £24 (relevant concession price applies, carer free)
How to Buy
Tickets are available via your online ticketing account or in the club shop.
- Name: LNER Stadium, Sincil Bank, Lincoln, LN5 8LD
- Capacity: 10,780
- Year opened: 1895
How to get there
The postcode for the LNER Stadium is LN5 8LD.
From Exeter, follow the M5 and M42 and A42 to the M1 before taking the A453 to Nottingham. Then follow the A52 to to the A46 Fosse Way through Newark-on-Trent and into Lincoln. The stadium is well signposted within the city.
Click here to visit Lincoln's dedicated parking page.
Lincoln Central Train Station is on the East Coast, East Midlands, and Northern train routes. On arrival, the stadium is a 15 minute walk via High Street, Scorer Street, and Cross Street.
Grecian Travel, completely run by the Supporters' Club, and not for profit, will be available for City's trip to Lincoln.
- The coach will depart from Unit 1 nightclub at 7am for a fare of £42.
Other pick-up points include: Honiton Road park and ride (by Miller and Carter Steakhouse), junction 28 (Cullompton services), junction 27 (Tiverton), junction 25 (Taunton). All other pick-ups by prior arrangement.
Currently Grecian Travel can only be booked directly.
For more information or to book please contact Simon Carnall on email at: email@example.com.
East Devon Travel
East Devon Travel, completely run by the East Devon Travel group, indpendent of East Devon Grecians, and not for profit, will be available for City's trip to Lincoln.
- The coach will depart from Honiton at 6:30am for a fare of £40.
Other pick-up points include: Honiton Road Park and Ride at 6:45am Cullompton, Tiverton and Taunton pick up on request!
For more information or to book please contact Di Lee on email at: firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling 07753313153.
At the Stadium
Upon your arrival at the LNER Stadium their friendly and welcoming Supporter Liaison Officers will be located around the stadium and University of Lincoln Fan Village should you have any queries. Alternatively, you can email email@example.com before the day of the game.
Food and Drink
There are bar and refreshment facilities in the home and away stands which offer a range of pies, burgers, hot dogs, confectionery and soft drinks. All of our food is cooked and served fresh, so there may be queues at peak times.
Also continuing the local theme, there will be mobile catering kiosks around the stadium footprint and in the University of Lincoln Fan Village which are all part of the Lincoln Street Food Collective, from the likes of the ever popular Yellowbelly Sausage Company, Curry Jacks, Kind Kebab and The Good Grub Catering Co.
Please note that card payments are not accepted in the away kiosks inside the stadium and there are no cash points inside the stadium. The nearest cash machine is located at the convenience store on Lincoln High Street (LN5 8HX).
The University of Lincoln family fan village adds to the matchday experience.
Situated outside the Fan Lounge, the University of Lincoln Fan Village is free to all and gives both home and away fans the chance to purchase refreshments. There is also a variety of entertainment on offer, including live football, music and the chance to see some former Imps who may have played for your club too.
- Pouring points at either end of the fan village
- Local businesses serving food on the day
- Different entertainment to fit in with the theme of the day - A selection of refreshments.
- Children’s activities
Need more help? For more information on the day, look for one of our Supporter Liaison Officers to point you in the right direction, or contact the club before the day of the game by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
Things to Do
Fancy making a weekend of it for our first League One match for ten years? With the season starting in late July, fingers crossed the weather is decent so Grecians can enjoy the delights of Lincoln - after all, we all know what it's like to LOVE a Roman City.
The Cathedral can be seen from miles around, and even from the stands at LNER Stadium. Explore what was once the tallest building in the world – a place of beauty and tranquillity.
The Castle on the hill was built by William the Conqueror to defend any future invasions of England. And it has stood strong ever since, even in the face of two Battles of Lincoln. Today it holds events, is home to a 1215 copy of Magna Carta, and you can walk the entire walls with stunning views across the city.
One of the most famous hills in England connects the busy city centre to the cobbled Cathedral Quarter of Lincoln! But fear not, there are plenty of unique shops, tea rooms, coffee houses, and historic pubs along the way to give you a rest and keep you refreshed.
The Waterfront is the perfect base for a day in Lincoln with restaurants, pubs, coffee shops, and a cinema for entertainment. You can also take a boat trip to explore more of the area or stay overnight with views from the 4th floor at one of the waterfront hotels.
International Bomber Command Centre
You will often hear echoes of Lincoln’s Royal Air Force past in the stands at LNER Stadium as air raid sirens and the Dam Busters theme are sung by home support. Discover this heritage for yourself just a 20 minute walk away past the South Common at the International Bomber Command Centre.
Find full details at visitlincoln.com/visitingfantips
Pubs for Away Fans
There is a small fan zone located outside the stadium which is for both home and away supporters. It has a number of food outlets, some with local produce and beer is available too. Close to Sincil Bank on the High Street is the Hop and Barley micropub. The Golden Eagle, which is a Castle Rock Brewery pub is also recommended. If arriving by train then not far from the station is the Marina area, which has a number of eating and drinking places, including a Wetherspoons pub called the Square Sail. When trying to find the Marina area, just look out for the large Odeon Cinema building, which is also on the same complex. Also near to Lincoln Railway Station is the Treaty of Commerce.
The postcode for the LNER Stadium is LN5 8LD. It should take around four hours and fourty five minutes each way from Exeter.