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We play in Bangor, North West Wales (not Bangor, Northern Ireland, or Bangor on Dee, which is near Wrexham. Or Bangor, Maine either!). Our Bangor lies on the Menai Straits as the A5 crosses onto Anglesey and is about approximately 50 miles west of Chester.

Click here to see a streetmap of Bangor, with Farrar Road, the site of our stadium, highlighted with an arrow.

Travelling by train: Bangor has a main-line railway station only a few hundred yards from the Farrar Road stadium. There are frequent connections to and from all major stations. On arriving at Bangor station, go straight across the road at the traffic lights.  Walk 100 yards, turn right into Farrar Road - the ground is immediately on the left. To plan your train journey to Bangor, click here.
Travelling by car: If entering from Chester (from the A55) or Betws y Coed (from the A5) follow signs into Bangor, bear left at the petrol station and Dickie's Boatyard on your right-hand side, and pass the City Swimming Pool on your left. Approximately one mile further on - with the Railway Station and Traffic Lights 100 yards directly ahead - turn left into Farrar Road (one way). The ground is immediately on the left, although slightly hidden from view by houses.

If entering from Caernarfon and the west, follow signs for the City centre, turn left (one way) immediately after passing under the railway bridge, take the right hand lane up to the railway station traffic lights.  Turn right at the lights and then (100yds) right again into Farrar Road.  The ground is immediately on the left.

Parking is restricted in Farrar Road, and parking immediately around the ground is very limited. There is, however, multi-storey parking in the city centre, no more than 15 minutes' walk away.

Travelling by bus: The nearest bus stop is no more than a few hundred yards away. Ask to get off at Bangor Railway Station. A full list of local bus times can be found here.

Travelling by ferry: If you are visiting from Ireland, Bangor is easily accessible to ferry passengers alighting at the Anglesey port of Holyhead. Holyhead and Bangor are linked by both rail and speedy road connections. It is about 30 minutes by road from Holyhead to Bangor. For information on ferry times and tickets, click here.

Travelling by air: The nearest airports to Bangor are Manchester and Liverpool, about two hours and 90 minutes from Bangor respectively. Both cities are linked to Bangor by main-line train services.

If travelling independently, visit www.traveline-cymru.org.uk for the most comprehensive timetable and route-planning information.



Fans will go to any lengths to find us! Romania, 2003. Picture: Huw Pritchard


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