Filed: Thursday, 16th February 2012
By: Staff Writer No.2
South Wales Police have confirmed the travel details for West Ham United supporters attending the away fixture in Cardiff on 4 March.
As mentioned in the ticket news section of whufc.com, supporters attending this match will be sent vouchers which they will be required to exchange for match tickets at the Cardiff West motorway service area, located at junction 33 of the M4.
South Wales Police have additionally confirmed to KUMB.com that:
1. Supporters can travel to Junction 33 Services by any means to collect their tickets;
2. Tickets will be available for exchange between 11.00-11.30am in advance of the 12.45pm kick-off;
3. Supporters can then travel from the services to the stadium independently - the police advise car travellers to use the away car park at the stadium. The only exceptions are Coach and Minibuses who will be provided a Police escort from the Services to the stadium; and
4. There will be no other pre or post-match travel restrictions on away supporters, other than for coaches and minibuses, which will be escorted away from the Stadium by Police escort after the match.
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