Rovers travel to meet Salford City on Saturday 5th of March.
The Peninsula Stadium is a little under 3 and a half hours from Nailsworth by road (postcode M7 3PZ) – a journey of about 160 miles. Coaches leave TFCNL at 09.40, Sainsburys at 09.50, & Stonehouse at 10.00. Ring KB Coaches on 01453 825 774 between 8.30am and 5pm Mondays to Fridays to book your ticket (discount for Supporters Club members). There is street parking near the ground but beware of matchday parking restrictions in the roads closest to the stadium.
Rail travel is just about possible, but only just – the last train back from Manchester Piccadilly to Stroud is at 18.27 (and the stadium is a half hour from the station and involves a bus).
The Peninsula Stadium is a small but fairly recently built ground. Ticket prices are very reasonable and are the same wherever you decide to stand or sit in the ground; Adults £15, Concessions (over 60’s and 16-21’s) £10, Under 16’s £5, Under 5’s free. Away fans can stand in the East Stand behind one of the goals or sit in a couple of blocks of the North Stand. Prices are the same whether you sit or stand, but you may need to buy seated tickets in the North Stand in advance – East Stand tickets can be bought on the day.
Salford’s guide for away fans is very good – follow the link to their pdf – Peninsula-Stadium-Guide