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Away days: West Brom

West Bromwich Albion v Swansea City

Date: Wednesday, March 13 (8pm)

Address: The Hawthorns, Halfords Lane, West Bromwich, West Midlands, B71 4LF

Distance from the Liberty: 134.3 miles

SEAT ALLOCATION

Up to 3,000 away fans are housed in half of the Smethwick End behind one of the goals. Here, you can enjoy decent facilities and views of the pitch, although leg room can be a little cramped.

Food available includes a range of pies, burgers, sausage rolls and pasties.

PARKING

Street parking is available while you can also leave your vehicle at several local industrial units for around £5. It also costs that amount to park at the Beeches Road Methodist Church, which is a 10-minute walk from The Hawthorns and will make for an easier getaway after the game. Alternatively, you can try the St John’s Ambulance Depot – around the corner from the Vine pub – for £3.

BY TRAIN

The Hawthorns has its own railway and metro stations – both of which are a five-minute walk from the ground and can be reached via Birmingham New Street. They are also served by direct trains from Birmingham Moor Street and Birmingham Snow Hill.

From Swansea, the journey to Birmingham New Street typically takes around three hours.

Trains leave at 12.54pm, 1.29pm, 1.55pm and 2.29pm while the only return journey departs at 10.12pm, but note that there will be an hour-long wait at Bristol Parkway for anyone wanting to head back to Swansea on that service.

WHAT’S ON?

Kinky Boots at the Birmingham Hippodrome – March 11-23

Tom Gates – Live on Stage at the Alexandra Theatre – March 13-16

Blue Planet 2 Live at the Resorts World Arena – March 16

George Ezra at the Resorts World Arena – March 17

NEARBY PUBS

The Vine (B70 8DB) – 0.8 miles from The Hawthorns

Park Inn by Radisson Birmingham West (B70 6RS) – 1 mile

Desi Junction (B70 6PB) – 1 mile

The Royal Oak (B71 3RQ) – 2.5 miles

The Stores (B69 2AS) – 3.5 miles

NEARBY HOTELS

Park Inn by Radisson Birmingham West (B70 6RS) – 1 mile from The Hawthorns

Premier Inn West Bromwich Central (B70 6JJ) – 1.3 miles

The Hare & Five Hounds (B71 4AN) – 2 miles

Holiday Inn Express Birmingham - Oldbury (B69 2BD) – 2.7 miles

Jurys Inn Birmingham (B1 2HQ) – 3.1 miles

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