doncasterDoncaster Knights
Updated on 14th August

Home Ground: Castle Park, Armthorpe Road, Doncaster. DN2 5QB. The ground is a couple of miles to the East of the town.
Drivers are recommended to approach via M18 Junction 4 (A630 Doncaster).

Ticket Prices: Advance adult ticket prices are £22 seated and £16.50 standing
Concessions are available for OAPs (not sure if this is over 60 or 65) & Students and Child rate is available for Under 16s.
Tickets can be purchased in advance by calling 01302 831388 and selecting option 5 or using the online ticket system of the Doncaster Knights website. Subject to availability – tickets can also be purchased on the day – but cost between £2 & £2.50 more than buying in advance.
We expect tickets to be on sale towards the end of August.

Nearest Railway Station: Doncaster – bus routes 81 & 82 from Frenchgate Interchange (a few minutes walk from the station) have stops close to the ground. Buses run up to every 10 minutes.
London North Eastern Railway, Grand Central Railway & Hull Trains all run direct services from London Kings Cross to Doncaster.
Crosscountry run direct services from Reading to Doncaster (although it looks cheaper and quicker to travel via London).

Travelling by Coach: The coach stop is adjacent to the bus station.
National Express run direct coaches from London Victoria to Doncaster, howerver times are such that a day-trip is only possible by using overnight coaches in both directions.
From Reading-Mereoak, there are no direct services, but services are available changing at London Victoria, howerver times are such that a day-trip is only possible by using overnight coaches in both directions.

Car Parks: Limited match day parking is available at Castle Park stadium on the Woodside Pitch and Limestone Car Park.
Additional match day parking is available at Armthorpe Academy on Mere Lane (DN3 2DA).
The number 81 & 82 bus services, which run along Armthorpe Road past Castle Park, pick up and drop off directoly outside Armthorpe Academy. On a Saturday this service runs every twenty minutes with stops just a couple of hundred metres from the stadium both eastbound and westbound.

Match Day: Our visit to Doncaster is scheduled for Saturday 20th October, 2:30pm.
London Irish will warm up at end furthest away from the Castle Park venue, that is the southern end of the ground.
We suggest supporters try to congregate towards this end.
Note: Day/time could change if SKY TV decide to show the match.

Disabled Supporters: Castle Park has two buildings complete with full disabled access. Disabled parking is available however disabled bays are limited so it is recommended that they are reserved in advance.

Website: http://www.drfc.co.uk/

Planning a Longer Visit: For those planning to stay a little longer in Doncaster, there is information on Visitor Attractions, Places to Eat and Where to Stay on the Visit Doncaster website.

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