Falcons outline transport options for Friday’s game against Leicester Tigers.
Over the closed season Newcastle Falcons have worked hard to investigate transport options for anyone attending a game at Kingston Park Stadium.
Although the stadium has space for over 500 cars, rising attendances mean it has become increasingly impossible to accommodate all demand for car parking on-site.
For much of the 2014/15 season fans were strongly advised to pre-book their on-site parking ahead of games to guarantee their spot at the stadium, a suggestion that will continue into the new season as average crowds look set to increase further.
On-site parking for all matches costs £10 and can be booked online, in person from the Kingston Park Stadium Box Office or by calling 0871 226 6060.
For those not planning to drive to the game there are ample alternatives, with Kingston Park Metro station just a short walk from the stadium.
The Metro system also includes a number of Park and Ride venues to which fans can drive and then take the train or walk to the station. This service is available at local stations Bank Foot and Kingston Park as well as slightly further away at Callerton Parkway, Heworth and Northumberland Park amongst others.
For more information on the Tyne and Wear Metro system and their Park and Ride scheme click here.
Any fans living away from the Metro line can also utilise other public transport options such as local bus links. For more information on public transport and to plan your journey to Kingston Park Stadium click here.