Supporter information for Crusaders clash

Wolves are heading to Belfast this week for their first European match away from Molineux in almost 40 years, as Nuno Espirito Santo’s side take on Crusaders in the Europa League second qualifying round second leg.

Just 541 tickets have been made available to visiting supporters ahead of the 8pm kick-off on Thursday 1st August with Wolves taking a 2-0 first leg lead to Seaview.

Visiting Wolves supporters who have bought tickets to the Europa League clash are being reminded that they will need to collect their tickets from Hilton Belfast Hotel before kick-off. Supporters must show valid photo ID that bears the name of the ticket owner.

Matchday information

Seaview stadium is located about 1.5 miles away from Belfast City centre, but there is safe public transport links that run regularly throughout the City of Belfast and the stadium can be accessed by train, metro and bus from the city centre.

The ground entrance must be kept clear for emergency vehicles so there is no parking available at the stadium, but there are parking spaces available alongside Shore Road and there is a free car park available at a former warehouse site to the right-hand side of York Road, which is a two-minute walk from the stadium.

Away supporters will be located in the West Stand at Seaview, also referred to as the Fona Stand, with fans required to enter via Turnstiles 1 and 2. Disabled supporters are also located in the West Stand, with access via the same two turnstiles.

Before entering through the turnstiles, supporters will be subject to a search by a steward. Supporters are asked to arrive early to avoid any queues.

Bags will be allowed into the stadium but will be searched before entering through the turnstiles. Bottle tops will be removed from any drinks bottled brought into the stadium. Prohibited items are the usual items as seen in the UK.

Supporters are advised that there are no bars near the ground, and the closest will be in the Cathedral quarter of the city and the Botanic area and City Hall areas, including a Wetherspoons and Lavery Sports Bar which welcome football supporters.

Detailed away supporter information for the visit to Seaview, can be found here.