Plan Saturday's Trip
Blackpool are looking to record back-to-back wins and claim their first on the road this season when they face Norwich City on Saturday.
It's the club's first visit to Carrow Road since 2008, and three points would see Lee Clark's men leapfrog Wigan Athletic in the table.
It takes around five hours to travel from Bloomfield Road to Carrow Road, with over 250 miles separating the two.
Norwich station is the closest to Carrow Park, with supporters advised to leave ten minutes to make the short walk. Trains run directly from Manchester Oxford Road to Norwich, meaning supporters coming from Blackpool North will need to change there, and Preston previously.
Where to drink
The Compleat Angler is popular with away fans, and is located opposite the train station, across the river. Another option in the city suitable for away fans is The Coach and Horses on Thorpe Road.
27,244 supporters can fit inside Carrow Road, and was built for The Canaries in 1935.
The stadium's record attendance is 26,876 and came in a Premier League clash with Swansea City in 2013.
Blackpool's last visit to the ground came in 2008, when Ben Burgess scored in a 1-1 draw.