AWAY DAYS: Bournemouth travel information

11th March

Bournemouth v Swansea City
Saturday, March 12 (3pm kick-off)

Address: Vitality Stadium, Dean Court, Bournemouth, Dorset, BH7 7AF
Telephone: 0844 576 1910

What's it like? Around 1,400 Swans supporters will be situated to the side of the pitch.
Inside the Vitality Stadium, food on offer includes pies as well as sausage rolls, burgers and hot dogs. Alcohol is also available for purchase.

Hotels: As Bournemouth is a seaside destination, there are many hotels to choose from. Alongside chain hotels such as the Premier Inn, Best Western, Travelodge, Marriott and Ramada, there are also independent hotels, guesthouses and bed & breakfast accommodation. Check out for further information.

Pubs and grub: The 1910 Supporters Bar at the ground is for home fans only, as is the closest pub to the stadium - the Queens Park Hotel (BH8 9AR).
A 10-15 minute walk to Boscombe is the Sir Percy Florence Shelley (BH7 6AA), which is a Wetherspoons pub. Away fans are welcome but no colours are allowed.
Next door to the Sir Percy Florence Shelly is Mello Mello Bar (BH7 6AA). Further down on the opposite side of the street is Baxters (BH7 6BT), which has BT Sport on the TV screens.
The Portman (BH1 4LT), meanwhile, on Ashley Road, also welcomes away fans. It's a ten-minute walk from the ground across Kings Park. It's a big pub with two bars and also serves food.

Parking: The car park at the ground is 50p per hour, but it can take a while to get out following the full-time whistle.

By train: The nearest station to the Vitality Stadium is Pokesdown - a mile away from the ground (local trains & from London Waterloo). Bournemouth Central has a connection there.
Trains to Pokedown leave at 7.24am, 8.24am and 9.24am, arriving at 11.56am, 12.56pm and 1.56pm. Trains back leave at 5.26pm, 6.26pm and 7.26pm, getting in at 9.47pm, 10.49pm and 00.03am.

Below is key traffic information for Swans fans travelling to Bournemouth for Saturday's fixture at the Vitality Stadium.
Fans should avoid using the A338 Bournemouth Spur Road between Ashley Heath Roundabout (on the A31) and the Blackwater Junction as it is being rebuilt.
There will be 24/7 traffic management with a contraflow system with a 40mph speed limit in place, enforced by average speed cameras.
Please note, there is no diversion route, so plan your journey to allow extra time and travel outside of peak times.

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