Fingers crossed for our Boxing Day fixture.
The 10,330 all seated Sincil Bank Stadium (Sat Nav – N5 8LD) and is a journey of anything between 107 miles and 120 miles depending on the route you take and if you fancy going up the M1 to Leicester first, personally I’m heading over to Stamford to pick up the A1.
We should be on one side of the Stacey West Stand and with Lincoln not being the best place to get to in terms of public transport, and it being a Bank Holiday, it looks like the club coach or drive up yourself.
From memory the food is ok here if not slightly above the average prices that can be found at most grounds. Alternatively, there is usually a small Fanzone that generally accommodates away fans that provides several food outlets and local brews. There are a few pubs nearby with the most popular appearing to be Hop and Barley micropub, head along the High Street towards the town centre to check this one out, also near to Sincil Bank is the Back of the Net Fish & Chip Shop on Scorer Street, but again being Boxing Day, it could well be closed.
I doubt many will be taking the train, as it’s bound to be a limited service, but Lincoln Central Station is around a 15-minute walk away from Sincil Bank and is served by London Kings Cross and London St Pancras.
Parking at Sincil Bank is also extremely limited, but you may be lucky and find some street parking so you might want to check out South Common Car Park (LN5 8EN) which costs about £4.