Useful information for Latics supporters heading to the KCOM Stadium.
- Latics head to Hull City in the Sky Bet Championship on Wednesday.
- Tickets available until 5.00pm on Tuesday 9 April.
- Can't make it to the game? Listen live on iFollow Latics.
HULL CITY v WIGAN ATHLETIC
SKY BET CHAMPIONSHIP
WEDNESDAY 9 APRIL 2019
Latics supporters make their way to Hull City on Wednesday as Paul Cook's men travel to the KCOM Stadium in the Sky Bet Championship.
For those who haven't travelled to Hull City before or who would like more information on the match day experience, Wigan Athletic Supporter Liaison Officers Jason Taylor and Ian Wadsworth have sourced the following information.
For the full away day guide, [click here].
TICKETS - PAY ON THE DAY FACILITY
A pay on the day facility is also available at the KCOM Stadium from the Pitch Side Bar from 6.00pm situated near turnstiles 1-5. Supporters can purchase by cash or card.
Collections can be made from the Ticket Zone, situated next to the Tigers Leisure Club Shop from 6.00pm.
All Tickets - £18
Phones and in person – 5pm on Tuesday 9th April
HOW TO BUY
Phone – 01942 311111 - pick up from the DW or arrange for collection.
In Person – DW Stadium Ticket Office Opening Hours - pay on the day at the KCOM Stadium.
INFORMATION FOR DISABLED SUPPORTERS
Please visit hullcitytigers.com for information for disabled supporters visiting the KCOM Stadium.
Postcode: HU3 6HU
Coaches will depart from the DW Stadium at 3.30pm on Wednesday afternoon, with an approximate journey time of two and a half hours.
Parking is available around the perimeter of the DW Stadium accessed via Stadium Way.
For more information please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 01942 829988.
The route is clearly signposted to the stadium off the A63.
From the South Travel M1, A1/A1M, M18, and M62 east. Travel M62 to its end and join the A63 to Hull. Travel A63 for approx’ 13.5 miles and exit slip road marked ‘Local Traffic/Infirmary’ (this slip road is just after you enter the 40 mph limit and before the Daltry Street flyover).
Follow the Slip road to the roundabout and take the 2nd exit, which is Rawlings Way. Follow Rawlings Way to the main traffic lights and turn left onto Anlaby Road (A1105). Travel along Anlaby Road from approx’ 0.75 miles and over the flyover to the traffic lights at the bottom. At these lights, turn right onto Walton Street.
The Stadium at this point is on your right, set in parkland. Travel along Walton Street and after the park entrance, take the 3rd Car Park entrance on your right (just after the white telephone kiosk) into the Walton Street Car Park. From this point, car park stewards will greet you and will board your coach to guide you to the visiting coach parking area. Mini coaches, transit type vehicles/ disabled vehicles will be directed but will not be boarded.
From the West Travel M62, A63 and then follow directions as from South.
From the North Travel A1/A1M, M62, and A63 then follow directions as from South.
PUBLIC TRANSPORT NEAR THE GROUND
Park & Ride Priory Park & Ride, Hessle.
This is sign posted from the A63 (Clive Sullivan Way). This provides up to 650 parking spaces with a frequent bus service dropping off and picking up spectators outside the stadium on Anlaby Road.
Nearest Train Station – Hull Paragon
Approximately a 20-minute walk to and from the KCOM Stadium. Walking Directions as Follows: Depart through the main exit, turn right towards the traffic lights at the junction of Anlaby Road and Ferensway. Turn right and follow the signposts directing you to the stadium, passing Hull Royal Infirmary on your right. Turn right after the hospital onto Argyle Street, the footbridge is on the left and takes you all the way to the KCOM Stadium.
Buses from Hull Paragon Interchange
Stagecoach Bus Number 2 – departs from Bay 6 at the Hull Paragon Interchange. Bus Number 66 – departs from Bay 7 at the Hull Paragon Interchange. For up-to-date information, please call EYMS on 01482 592929.
Stadium Parking Disabled supporters have a designated parking area on Walton Street Car Park. Parking will be free of charge to those who display their Blue Badge.
If you are using a Sat Nav, please enter postcode HU3 6GA. Parking at Walton Street will have a cost of £5 per vehicle. Disabled Supporters have a designated parking area on Walton Street Car Park, display the Blue Badge, parking is free of charge.
There are a limited number of disabled parking spaces available on site, please contact email@example.com. This must be arranged at least 72 hours before the day of the match.
On Street Parking Areas around the stadium are resident only zones. Cars parked illegally will be issued with parking tickets.
MATCH DAY FACILITIES
Inside the Ground
Food and drink is available on the concourse at the KCOM Stadium. However, the club does reserve the right not to provide alcoholic beverages in certain circumstances.
On offer on the concourse is Hull’s own award winning Hull Pie range. With fillings including Steak and Red Wine, Roast Chicken and Sage Stuffing and BBQ Pulled Pork, we highly recommend purchasing a pie during your time at the KCOM Stadium. Other food and drink offers will vary on a game-by-game basis with all offering fantastic value for money.
Places to Drink Outside the Ground
The Brickmakers pub virtually opposite the Stadium car park entrance allows in away supporters. It has a big screen showing Sky Sports and BT Sport both before and after the game, as well as a burger van outside the pub.
The Walton Street Social Club also admits away supporters. Although entry will cost £1, the club offers reasonably priced beer, is of good size and offers a separate area for the sale of food, such as burgers and chips.
There are a number of other pubs within a few minutes walk of the stadium, but these are all designated as being for home supporters only – particularly the Silver Cod pub.
WIGAN ATHLETIC SUPPORTERS ARE REMINDED THAT IT IS A CRIMINAL OFFENCE TO ENCROACH ON THE PITCH AND/OR TO USE PYROTECHNIC DEVICES AT MATCHES.
CRIMINAL PROSECUTIONS AND BANNING ORDERS COULD RESULT IF ANYONE BREAKS THE LAW IN THIS WAY.
PLEASE RESPECT THE LAW AND THE GOOD NAME OF WIGAN ATHLETIC.