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Dagenham & Redbridge – Away Travel Guide – News


Making the trip to Dagenham and Redbridge on Saturday? Kristine Green has provided our latest travel guide to help make your trip as smooth as possible!

What color of kit will the team be wearing?
The Mariners will be in Blue for this one

What is the ticket information?
At the time of writing, tickets for outside fans will only be available in advance and not on the same day.

In what position are we?
Fans are in the SD Samuels booth – which is a fully covered / covered booth.

At what time will the turnstiles open?
The turnstiles open at 1:30 p.m.

How can I get to the ground?
Zip code RM10 7XL.

Use the M25 clockwise then use junction 27 to take the M11 towards London. As it splits at the end of the road, follow the signs for the A406 South and the A13. There are speed cameras along this route and a speed limit of 50 mph. After 5 miles take the slip road signposted A13 Dagenham, Tilbury and Southend. There are also speed cameras and a 40 mph speed limit along this route. Under the underpass and over the bridge, when the leisure complex is on your left, turn left onto the A1306 signposted Dagenham East. At the fifth set of traffic lights with McDonalds ahead, turn left onto the A1112. There is a speed camera with a speed of 30 mph on this road. At the Bull roundabout turn left, after Dagenham East tube station. Victoria Road is the fifth on the left.

Where is the best place to park?
There is no parking available on the ground floor. There is street parking but some areas have app notices so be careful.

Which station is closest to the stadium and what is the approximate distance and walking time?
The nearest tube station is Dagenham East (zone 5) which is on the District line. The land is 400 meters / 10 minutes from the station.

Recommended ads for outdoor fans?
There is a fan club on the pitch which, at the time of writing, welcomes away supporters. There is also the Pipe Major on Yewtree Avenue, which heads down to the ground from Dagenham East Station.

Otherwise, if you go in through the tube, you better drink somewhere else first, then walk down to the ground.

Food available in the area?
Rainham Road South and the area around Dagenham East Station have a number of food outlets for fans.

Where is the nearest ticket machine to the stadium?
There is an ATM which charges up at the BP garage on Rainham Road South. It’s a 5 minute walk from the ground.

Alternatively, the Tesco Express on Shafter Road has a free cash machine – it’s about 15 minutes from the ground or a few minutes from Dagenham East station.

What food and drink is available at the stadium?
Burger, crisps and other hot items will be available, as well as hot and cold drinks. Fans can pay in cash or by card.

Alcohol will be served in the ground before the match and at half-time.

Is a program available?
A printed program is available in the field for £ 3.00.

What is the flag / drum policy?
Flags should not exceed 150cm in width. The marshals will check the flags before the fans enter the stadium. They must not hide advertising panels or be placed on the field side.

No drums are allowed in the stadium seating area.