Sky Blues On The Road - Crawley Town

Last updated : 13 April 2018 By CNS Sport




Kick off at 3pm.  



​BY Road Exit the M23 at the Pease Pottage junction 11. Take the third exit (signposted Broadfield Stadium) and the ground is on your left at the bottom of Brighton Road, approx 2 mins from the M23 junction.

Car Parking
A £3 car parking charge applies at the Stadium. There are other free parking options available close to the Stadium. There are 350 spaces in Broadfield Business Park at the offices of William Reed and and Novo Nordisk next to the Stadium, which will be stewarded. In addition, there are  90 spaces at KPMG and Bard Ltd. at Tilgate Forest Business Centre on the southbound side of the Brighton Road.

New parking restrictions are now in place around the Stadium. These affect the grass verges along the A23 near to the stadium and prohibit parking from the Pease Pottage M23 roundabout northwards to the junction with Horsham Road (A2220) roundabout are now in force. The order also prohibits waiting, at any time, in the lay-by on the western side of the A23, around 350 yards south of the stadium.

For Broadfield Stadium, you need Crawley Train Station, which is just over a mile away from the stadium. You can either take a taxi (about £6), or from the bus station across the road, you can take a Fastway number 10 bus to the ground (this runs every ten minutes). Otherwise it is about a twenty minute walk.

As you come out of the station turn left and walk down to the T-junction. At the junction turn left into Brighton Road. Keep walking straight down Brighton Road for just under a mile and at its end turn right. You should now be able to see the stadium in the distance behind the traffic island. Use the underpass to cross the A23 to the ground.

Trains from London Victoria to Crawley leave at 17 and 27 past the hour on a Sunday, changing at Three Bridges and journey times are around 50 minutes.

After the game, there are trains back to London Victoria at 02 and 32 past the hour. Change at Three Bridges. There are also half hourly trains to Brighton for those staying there.

There is a taxi rank outside Crawley station, which will be charged by the mile (max 2 miles).

Metrobus services from Gatwick Airport, Crawley Station and Three Bridges Station are available. Fastway 10 serves Broadfield Stadium every 7 minutes and drops you right outside the stadium. There are 12 buses an hour which go past the Stadium so you will never have to wait long for a service.

Fastway 20 (Gatwick South Terminal only) serves Broadfield Stadium every 20 minutes. If you are unsure of which stop to get off, simply ask the driver and they will help you.

From Gatwick Airport - both terminals Follow the signs saying 'local buses' Catch either Fastway 10 or Fastway 20 in the direction of Broadfield/Bewbush Ask for Broadfield Stadium.


You should be able to pay on the gate for this game.

City have been given an allocation of 1605 tickets – 505 for the Checkatrade Stand (seating) and 1000 for the KR-L Stand (terracing).

The Checkatrade Stand (seating):

Adult - £20
Senior (65+) - £15
Under 21 - £13
Under 18 - £10
Under 16 - £4
Under 11 - £1 (with an Adult/Senior)

KR-L Stand (terracing):

Adult - £16
Senior (65+) - £12
Under 21 - £11
Under 18 - £10
Under 16 - £4
Under 11 - £1 (with an Adult/Senior)



The currently appointed referee for Coventry City's League Two game at Crawley Town is Lee Swaby. 

His assistants are: Stuart Butler and Kevin Howick. The Fourth Official is Louis Marks.    

The bookmakers have City at evens to win at Crawley Town on Saturday in a League Two fixture.   

City are at evens with Crawley at 13/5 and 5/2 the draw. 

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