Following the release of the 2017/18 EFL fixtures, bwfc.co.uk casts an eye over the 23 Sky Bet Championship stadiums Wanderers will be visiting during the upcoming campaign.
As Phil Parkinson’s men prepare to return to English football’s second tier after just a solitary year away, 2017/18 will see Whites supporters making a number of familiar journeys alongside a handful which they have not made quite so often in recent years.
And in the first of a three-part series, bwfc.co.uk profiles the stadiums which we will be frequenting over the coming months.
Year opened: 1897
Nearest station: Aston or Witton station (10 or 5 minute walk)
Away Parking: Limited street parking in the surrounding streets
Postcode: B6 6HE
Year opened: 1888
Nearest station: Barnsley Railway Station (10 minute walk)
Away Parking: Queens Ground which costs £4 for cars, £8 for mini buses and £15 for coaches (postcode S71 1AN).
Postcode: S71 1ET
Year opened: 1906
Nearest station: Bordesley (10 minute walk)
Parking: Limited payable spaces available at the ground or in nearby private car parks for £5
Postcode: B9 4RL
Year opened: 1904
Nearest station: Brentford Railway Station (5 minute walk)
Parking: None designated for away fans at the ground with pay and display parking the best option
Postcode: TW8 0NT
Year opened: 1904
Nearest station: Parson Street (20 minute walk)
Parking: Bedminster Cricket Club on Clanage Road (£5 per car)
Postcode: BS3 2EJ
Capacity: 6,912 (2,034 seated)
Year opened: 2005
Nearest station: Burton Railway Station (25 minute walk)
Parking: £5 per car at the ground or alternatively at the Ryknild Trading Estate (also £5)
Postcode: DE13 0AR
CARDIFF CITY STADIUM
Year opened: 2009
Nearest station: Ninian Park Halt (5 minute walk)
Parking: Private car park near to HSS Hire (£8 per car)
Postcode: CF11 8AZ
Year opened: 1997
Nearest station: Derby Railway Station (10 minute walk)
Parking: At the nearby Velodrome - £8 per car or £6 if more than four people are in it.
Postcode: DE24 8XL