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  • We went to the litten tree last time was quite a few charlton in there
  • edited July 2013
    On the car parking front, AFCB's web site indicates that the regular car park is having work done to it and offers alternatives. This is what it says:
    Supporters are advised to travel in plenty of time for the game.

    Supporters parking is available to the south of the ground for just £1 for the duration of the match. The fee is payable on entrance in exchange for a valid ticket to the club appointed personnel.

    You may experience delays in leaving the car park after the final whistle, please be aware that there is an exit at the south end of the car park which will bring you out via Gloucester Road in Boscombe.

    As part of the redevelopment of the car park AFC Bournemouth has put in place additional parking to assist supporters with their matchday journey.

    Based at Harewood College (previously Avonbourne School) the parking spaces are accessible from Harewood Avenue. It is envisaged that this parking will particularly appeal to those travelling to the game from the Christchurch, Southbourne and all areas east.

    Available from 1pm on Saturday matchdays, the parking is directed by AFC Bournemouth stewards and costs £2. Only a 10 minute walk to the ground, either via Littledown Avenue or by using the footpath across the park, using this facility will also avoid the end of match queue to leave the ground. Supporters will need to vacate the car park by 5.30pm.

    The Sovereign Centre on Christchurch Road, which is also approximately 10 minutes walk from the ground, is available for match day parking for both Saturday and week night games. Parking fees are £2 or £2.50 dependent on how long you stay.
  • edited July 2013
    AFC Bournemouth ‏@afcbournemouth
    Next home match: Cherries v Charlton. Book hospitality for the big game by emailing [email protected]: http://bit.ly/16y8f7X #afcb


    The Goldsands Stadium will host its first Championship fixture in almost 25 years this weekend when the Cherries start the new season against Charlton Athletic (kick-off 3pm).
    It will be the third time in four years the two teams have met on the opening day of the season and it promises to be an entertaining and competitive game.

    The club have sold approaching 10,000 tickets for this fixture and supporters are encouraged to purchase their tickets as soon possible to ensure they have a wider choice of seats in the Ted MacDougall Stand.

    Tickets for this game are now on sale from the ticket office, which is open from 9am-5pm Monday to Friday and from 9am on match day.

    Tickets can also be purchased over the phone on 0844 576 1910 and online 24 hours a day, seven days a week here.

    Hospitality packages are available and can be booked by emailing [email protected] or calling 0844 576 1910.

    Read more at http://www.afcb.co.uk/news/article/2013-07-29-next-home-match-cherries-v-charlton-950684.aspx#yPzcGyly53jG3xGE.99
  • Southwest trains summer fever return waterloo to bournemouth is £15 if anybody has yet to get their train ticket
  • For those like me who can't get there, talkSPORT is hosting its Saturday live show from Bournemouth this week .. I don't know if this includes commentary on the game.
  • They haven't had a second tier game for 25 years ? That's incredible.

    Can't wait until Saturday now, feels like ages since the end of the season!
  • Just booked tickets (in the new stand/home end unfortunately) and trains are sorted - roll on Saturday!
  • Just booked tickets (in the new stand/home end unfortunately) and trains are sorted - roll on Saturday!

    Half that stands going to be Addicks !
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  • Not sure what the weathers going to be doing this weekend but if it's good and the traffic getting into town is anything like it has been for the last month then I'd leave yourself plenty of time to get down here and find a parking space if you're driving.
  • Not sure what the weathers going to be doing this weekend but if it's good and the traffic getting into town is anything like it has been for the last month then I'd leave yourself plenty of time to get down here and find a parking space if you're driving.

    That's good advice. As of Wednesday evening, the forecast for Saturday in Bournemouth is a sunny and breezy afternoon, about 20 degrees.

  • Not sure what the weathers going to be doing this weekend but if it's good and the traffic getting into town is anything like it has been for the last month then I'd leave yourself plenty of time to get down here and find a parking space if you're driving.

    Any suggestions on where to park BA?
  • wheres the away pub down bournemouth or is everyone just heading for the town centre?
  • The Christopher creek a few of us went in last time, sky sports food beer and a cab to the ground
  • Theres three of us going down tomorrow camping, and yes tickets are in the home end.
  • Hope this helps, bit late but has advice for nearby ground and also some advice for further away into Boscombe and Bournemouth http://pokesdowncommunityforum.btck.co.uk/PokesdownForAFCBournemouth
  • Thank You Mr/Mrs Boscombe. Was handy.
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