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Away Days: Birmingham City

3 March 2015

Plan Tuesday's Trip

Lee Clark takes The Seasiders to his old stomping ground on Wednesday evening, as Blackpool visit Birmingham City's St Andrew's Stadium.
Happy memories on the ground come from 2012, when Blackpool secured their place in the Championship play-off final after a 2-2 draw.
They travel in very different circumstances this time, but here is a guide on getting to St Andrew's Stadium.
By Car
126 miles separate Bloomfield Road and St Andrew's Stadium, with supporters advised to leave more than two hours to make the trip.
St Andrew's Stadium,
Cattell Rd,
West Midlands,
B9 4NH
By Train
Supporters can travel from Preston to Birmingham New Street in less than two hours. Trains from Blackpool North to Preston run frequently. A taxi from New Street to the stadium takes costs around £7.
Birmingham have been homed at St Andrew's since 1906 and 30,016 supporters can fit inside.
The ground received construction work between 1993 and 1999, which saw it become an all-seater stadium.
Blackpool's last visit there came in November 2013, and saw Ricardo Fuller earn The Seasiders a point in a 1-1 draw.
Supporters can pay on the gate at St Andrew's, with no price increase being put in place.
- £20 for Adults
- £15 for Seniors (65 and Over) and Students
- £10 for 13-18-year-olds
- £5 for Under-13s

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