Wolves are taking on AFC Bournemouth at the Vitality Stadium on Saturday, with a sold-out allocation of 1,265 away supporters set to make 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 ahead of the 3pm kick-off.
Although the roadworks on the A338 are now completed, those travelling to Bournemouth by car are being warned that the road is susceptible to delays due to rain, so caution should be taken.
Free parking is available to supporters travelling by car, but the off-site parking, which is just a 10-minute walk across the park, has changed its name to Avonbourne Boys Academy, with fans advised to type Harewood Avenue into their SatNavs rather than the postcode.
The nearest train station to the stadium is Pokesdown for Boscombe, which is roughly a mile from the ground and around a 15-minute walk away. However, this station is not currently accessible for wheelchair users.
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.
Young Wolves supporters under the age of 16 are welcome in the Junior Fanzone that opens at 12.30pm and is located in the concourse under the Family Stand.
Saturday’s match theme is related to the Bournemouth supporters’ nominated disability charity Access Dorset. The club’s Community Trust coaches will be inviting supporters to take part in half-time activities on the pitch, while supporters will be given a raffle ticket when purchasing at the concourse facilities to be entered in a draw to win one of two Wolves shirts.
Bournemouth’s Disabled Access Guide can be found here, while detailed away supporter information, including matchday support, bus travel, parking, stadium services and further details for supporters with disabilities, can be found here.