Nottingham Forest - Friday 4 August, 7.45 pm
The City Ground
For Satnav users: NG2 5FJ
Away Fans will be situated on one side of the lower tier of the Bridgford Stand (towards the Brian Clough Stand)
Tickets - On sale to season ticket holders with 560 or more loyalty points from 9.30 am on Tuesday 25th July.
Any tickets remaining will go on sale from 9.30 am on Wednesday 26th July to season ticket holders who have 510 or more loyalty points.
Any tickets remaining will go on sale from 9.30 am on Thursday 27th July to season ticket holders who have 500 or less loyalty points.
Any tickets remaining will go on sale from 9.30 am on Friday 28th July to members who have 100 or more loyalty points.
Any remaining tickets after that will go on sale from 9.30 am Monday 31st July to members who have 90 or less loyalty points.
To find out the number of loyalty points you currently have, please log in to your account at millwalltickets.com, click 'My Account', click 'Loyalty Points' and your points total will be displayed.
Alternatively, please call the Ticket Office on 0844 826 2004 and select option 1.
Tickets are priced at £23 adults, £16 65s and over, £12 under 18s and £6 under 12s.
Tickets will go off sale at 5.00 pm on Thursday 3rd August. We have an initial allocation of 1,477 tickets.
There are three easy ways to buy tickets:
By phone on 0844 826 2004 (option 2). Calls to this number will cost 5p per minute from your BT landline. Calls from other networks may vary and from mobiles will be considerably more. Booking fees apply.
In person/by post at the Millwall Ticket Office.
Wheelchair/Ambulant Disabled supporters need to call 0844 826 2004 (option 1) to book tickets.
Where to drink
Nearly all pubs near to the ground are for home fans only. However, Hooters (on the main road A6011, on the outskirts of the city centre, you can't miss it!) has very nice waitresses wearing just enough to cover things up, and serves good beer, and food. Otherwise, alcohol is available inside the ground. If you are arriving by train and have a bit of time on your hands, then you could check out the ‘Olde Trip To Jerusalem’. This historic pub dates back to the 12th century and some of the rooms are ‘cave like’ having been carved out of the rock that Nottingham Castle is situated upon. Add real ale, food and a small beer garden, and it is certainly worth a visit. It is about a five minute walk away from the train station. As you come out of the station turn right. At the top of the road turn left and then take the second right into Castle Street. Just tucked away on the left is the pub. There is also the Waterfront complex of bars (including a Wetherspoons outlet) which is a short walk from the train station. As you come out of the station turn right and cross over to the other side of the road. As you cross the bridge going over the canal you can see the complex.
Getting there -
From The North -
Leave the M1 at Junction 26 and take the A610 towards Nottingham and then signs for Melton Mowbray. Cross the River Trent and you will see the ground on your left. Alternatively as you approach Nottingham on the A610 you will pick up signs for 'football traffic'. Although following these seems to take you all round the outskirts of Nottingham you do eventually end up at the City Ground, along the A6011.
From The South -
Leave the M1 at Junction 24 and take the A453 towards Nottingham. Then take the A52 East towards Grantham and then onto the A6011 into Nottingham. The ground is situated by the A6011.
Park and Ride - If you would prefer not to drive into Nottingham centre, then there is a 'Park and Ride' scheme now in operation. If leaving the M1 at Junction 24 and following the A453 towards Nottingham, then the Clifton South Park & Ride site is clearly signposted. If coming in from the North and leaving the M1 at Junction 25 and following the A52 towards Nottingham, then the Totan Lane Park and Ride signposted off the first roundabout you reach. Parking is free and then you can take a tram to Nottingham Railway Station. If you show your matchday ticket then you can by a tram ticket for £2 return, otherwise it costs £3.50 return for Adults and Children £2. Please note that you need to purchase your ticket before getting on the tram. The journey time into Nottingham is 15 minutes and trams run every 10 minutes (or less) during the day and every 15 minutes in the evenings. The service runs until midnight (except Sundays when it is 11pm).
Car Parking - There is little parking available at the stadium itself for visiting supporters. There is some street parking to be had, especially in the roads near to the Meadow Lane ground across the river. Steve Barratt informs me; 'regarding the parking at Forest, the council operate a car park on match days on the Victoria Embankment, located near to the cricket ground. They charge £5 but it is only a two minute walk to the stadium'. The council also provide parking at their Eastcroft depot (NG2 3AH) at £4 a car. The depot is a ten minute walk from the City Ground, located just off London Road (A60), opposite Hooters. The entrance is signposted with banners and is manned by security guards throughout the match. Martin Breslin informs me; 'There is a relatively new, secure multi-story car park at Nottingham Railway Station which offers match day parking at £4 all day. You enter the car park via Queens Road'.S
Official Club Coach - Coaches will leave The Den at 2.30 pm. Coach tickets are priced at £11. These can be purchased by season ticket holders and members in person at the Ticket Office, online at millwalltickets.com or via the call centre on 0844 826 2004 - option 2. All coaches operate a strict no-alcohol policy. No coach refunds.
Independent Coach Travel - For those supporters travelling independentlyvto away games this season by privately hired coach or mini-bus, please inform Millwall Football Club on 020 7740 0525. We will then pass your details on to the host club who will hopefully ease your passage to the ground when you arrive. We would remind you that alcohol is not permitted on coaches or mini-buses travelling to football matches.
Due to the time of the kick-off there are no trains back to London after the match. Supporters are advised to use alternative means of transport.