Ahead of Wanderers' 2019/20 Sky Bet League One campaign, bwfc.co.uk will profile the various opponents the team will be pitting their wits against this term.
In our latest article, we have Peterborough United...
Nickname: The Posh
Stadium: London Road Stadium
Capacity: 15, 314
2018/19 Finish: 7th in League One
2018/19 Top Scorer: Ivan Toney, 23 goals in all competitions
Manager: Darren Ferguson
Distance From The University Of Bolton Stadium: 162 miles
Getting To The Ground
By Car Exit the A1 at signpost ‘Leicester, Peterborough North A47’. Turn left onto the A47. Exit the A47 after 5 miles, at junction 15.
At the roundabout turn right onto the A1260 Nene Parkway. Exit the Nene Parkway after 1 mile.
At the mini-roundabout by the ‘Gordon Arms’ turn left onto the A605 Oundle Road.
Access to the stadium is straight on at traffic lights just before the town bridge.
Car Parking Unfortunately we have no public car parking at the stadium. However, there is parking for cars and coaches in the Pleasure Fair Meadow and Railworld car parks opposite the stadium (adjacent to the Town bridge on Oundle Road). The satnav postcode for these car parks is PE2 8AT.
For traffic, travel and parking information including a map of car parks from the Peterborough City Council, click here.
Peterborough United Football Club has a limited number of disabled persons parking places for home and away fans that are allocated to Blue Badge holders for £5 which need to be booked in advance via the ticket office on 01733 865674 (option 2). There are also numerous disabled drop off points located around the ground.
There is also parking for blue badge holders in the Fair Meadow City Council car park opposite the stadium.
By train Peterborough train station is roughly one mile away from the stadium, which is a five minute car journey.
It will take an estimated 20 minutes to walk towards the stadium, following the A15.
The Stadium Address for SatNav’s is as follows:
Weston Homes Stadium
Head to Head: Wanderers and Peterborough United have met 11 times, with the first meeting taking place in 1977.
In the Whites last game against the Posh in 2017, they won 3-0 at the University of Bolton Stadium, as goals came from Jem Karacan, David Wheater and Adam Le Fondre to secure Wanderers promotion to the Championship on the final day of the season.