Bloomfield Road is arguably one of the easiest and most accessible grounds in the Football League to find.
Visiting supporters can download our Away Fan Guide 2014/15, containing useful information ahead of their visit.
The route into Blackpool comes courtesy of the M55 motorway, which can be accessed by coming off at Junction 32 on the M6. The best route for visiting supporters is to follow the M55 to the bottom, take the second exit at the roundabout and head straight down Yeadon Way onto Seasiders Way.
Please note: from 10 November 2014 Yeadon Way will be closed for five months due to essential maintenance work. Supporters are advised to follow the diversions in place.
On-site parking is extremely limited at Bloomfield Road so visiting supporters are advised to use the council pay and display car parks over the road from the stadium.
Stadium Address for SatNav
Bus routes to the vicinity are served by numbers 7, 11 and 14 from the town centre bus station, while tram services on the promenade are within 10-15 minutes walking distance of the stadium.
The nearest train station to the stadium is Blackpool South (one mile), which also passes Blackpool Pleasure Beach en route to the ground. However, trains to this station run hourly from Preston and vice-versa.
More frequent trains serve Blackpool North train station, which is some 25 minutes walking distance from the ground.
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