Wolves are taking on AFC Bournemouth at the Vitality Stadium on Saturday, with a sold out allocation of more than 1,250 away supporters expected to make the journey to the south coast.
Supporters travelling to the Premier League clash to cheer on Nuno Espirito Santo’s men are being warned to allow plenty of time for their journey due to roadworks on the A338 into Bournemouth.
The A338 remains open and useable on Saturday 23rd February, but there are some lane restrictions. More information can be found here.
Visiting supporters will be housed in the Vitality East Stand, with supporters able to enter the stadium via turnstile blocks 21-24 up to 90 minutes prior to kick-off.
For supporters who want a drink before the match, The Christopher Creek in Bournemouth town centre is usually welcoming to visiting supporters.
While young supporters are welcome in the Junior Fanzone that opens at 12.30pm and is located in the main stand.
For those supporters in the ground up to half an hour before kick-off, there is a pie+pint combo for £5 or hot drink+pie for £4.
Fans driving to the match may also want to consider the Harewood free parking option, as the car park to the south of the ground takes 45 minutes to clear following the game.
Detailed away supporter information, including more details on free parking, for the visit to Bournemouth can be found here.