League Urges Fans To Be Early

The Football League has urged supporters attending this weekend's Nationwide Football League Play Off Finals at the Millennium Stadium in Cardiff to plan their travel arrangements carefully and allow plenty of time for their journeys.

More than 180,000 football fans are expected to descend on the city over the three days and with added security measures in place at the Stadium some delays can be expected.

Football League Communications Executive Ian Christon said: "We would urge everyone attending the games to plan their travel carefully and leave as early as possible to ensure you reach Cardiff with time to spare. Cardiff is served well by public transport links and this is the best way to avoid delays, but if you do choose to come by road designated routes have been allocated for each club and details of these can be found on your club¹s official website.

"Supporters need to be aware that with such a large number of people travelling to one place delays before and after the game will be inevitable. But, in addition, there may be some delays at turnstiles as additional security checks may be made on entering the stadium. We therefore advise supporters not to carry an unnecessary baggage and ensure they look to enter the stadium well before kick off.

"The main message is plan carefully and enjoy your day."

NOTE: Individual club travel details can be found on the Official cub websites and supporters can access up to date travel information through the following sources:





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