AWAY DAYS: West Ham travel information
6th May 2016
West Ham v Swansea City
Saturday, May 7 (3pm kick-off)
Address: Boleyn Ground, Green Street, Upton Park, London, E13 9AZ
Telephone: 0208 548 2748
What's it like? With West Ham moving to the Olympic Stadium for the 2016-17 Premier League campaign, this will be the last chance for Swans fans to visit the Boleyn Ground.
Just over 2,000 Swans fans will be based in the lower tier of the Sir Trevor Brooking Stand. The Boleyn Ground is a compact stadium, which generates a good atmosphere, courtesy of the passionate home support.
Food on offer inside the stadium includes pies, pasties, large sausage rolls, burgers and hot dogs. Alcoholic beverages are also purchasable.
Hotels: Hotels near the Boleyn Ground include a Premier Inn, Ibis, Ruskin Hotel and the West Ham United Hotel. London has hotels to suit any budget from hostels to five-star hotels.
Check out www.visitlondon.com/ for further information.
Pubs and grub: A good option for away fans is the 'Millers Well' (E6 2JX) - a Wetherspoon pub near East Ham tube station and opposite East Ham Town Hall. It's a 20-minute walk to the ground along Barking Road.
Meanwhile, a pub nearby is the 'Denmark Arms' (E6 1LA), which is a big pub, away-friendly and shows live football.
'The Queens' (E13 9JJ) on Green Street is near to Upton Park Underground Station (as you come out of the station turn right and the pub is down on the right).
Most pubs around the ground are for home fans only. The Boleyn Pub, the Greengate, Wine Bar and Village pubs on Barking Road should all be avoided by Swans fans.
Parking: On Saturday matchdays, parking is very restricted with hardly any off-road parking - check the lampposts for signs. The best areas to look for spaces are roads left off Barking Road, after you've past the lights at East Ham Town Hall.
Supporters can also park at Newham University Hospital (E13 8SL). Pay and display is £2 for 3 hours or £4 for 6 hours. The hospital is a 15-minute walk from the ground.
Tube: NOTE: West Ham tube station is not near the ground. The nearest tube station to the Boleyn Ground is Upton Park, which can be reached via the District line, the Hammersmith line and the City line. The station is a short walk from the ground.
Train: The only options for trains from Swansea on the morning of the game is the 7.24am, 8.24am, 9.24am and 10.24am for the three-and-a-half-hour journey to Paddington. Coming back to Swansea, trains depart Paddington at 5.30pm, 6.30pm and 7.30pm, getting into Swansea at 8.50pm, 9.49pm and 10.52pm.
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