Away guide | Preston North End

31st October
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Swansea City travel to Deepdale on Tuesday evening to take on Preston North End (7.45pm kick-off).

We’ve put together the following information to help the Jack Army plan their journey.


Date: Tuesday, November 1 (7.45pm)

Address: Deepdale, Sir Tom Finney Way, Preston PR1 6RU

Distance from the Stadium: 249 miles


Tickets will remain on sale until 5pm on October 31 for this match and can be purchased via the link below.

Pay on the day will be available to supporters from the away ticket office, located at the Bill Shankly Kop Stand at Deepdale after 6pm on matchday. Both cash and card are accepted at the ticket office.

All supporters who purchased tickets after 5pm on Friday, October 28 can collect their tickets between 9am and 10am on Tuesday morning.

Any tickets not collected after this time will then be sent to Preston where they can be picked up from the away ticket office.


Deepdale is a cashless venue, however, supporters can use cash at the away ticket office.


Away supporters are located in the Bill Shankly Kop which is behind the goal at one end of the pitch.

The stand is quite steep for an EFL ground, but it allows for good views and atmosphere as everyone can feel close to the pitch.

Refreshments and facilities are available in the concourses under the stadium, however this can become busy when there is a large away following.

While the stand is modern, Deepdale itself holds the record of being the oldest stadium in the world which has been in constant use with Preston playing their first match there in 1880.


Preston have two car parks on site at the stadium (PR1 6RU) and there are a number of matchday parking options at local schools. Moor Park High School and St Gregory’s Catholic Club are less than a mile from the stadium while the Frenchwood Social Club is 2.4 kilometres away.

Supporters are reminded to pay attention to all local parking restrictions and be respectful of residents.


Preston Railway Station is around a mile and a half from the stadium. While some supporters may choose to walk, many opt to get in a taxi.

Taxis are available at the station and the cost of the journey will be approximately £7.

If you are travelling by train, please plan your journey in advance and pay attention to any alterations to service plans.


There are a limited number of spaces available on these coaches so supporters are urged to book now to avoid missing out.

The service will depart from the Stadium at 12:30pm and is priced at £39.


There are very few pubs in close proximity to the ground. There are some social clubs near the ground which welcome away supporters. St Gregory’s Catholic Club, Moor Park Sports and Social club while a bit further from the ground on Watling Street Road away fans are welcome at the White Hart.