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Swinton Lions – Travel Pack

Swinton Lions Travel Pack by Joshua Chapman (@Chapalar)

Swinton Lions

This Sunday, the Cougars travel to Leigh Sports Village to take on the Swinton Lions in another crucial Kingstone Press Championship clash. Here is all you need to know if you’re planning on following the Cougars this Sunday:

GAME DETAILS:
Swinton Lions v Keighley Cougars.
Kingstone Press Championship Round Nineteen
Leigh Sports Village
Sunday 14th July 2013, Kick Off 15:00
Referee: M Thomason

ADMISSION:
To enter the Leigh Sports Village Stadium, you MUST first purchase a ticket from the ticket office which is situated to the right of reception on the front of the Main Stand.

PRICES ARE AS FOLLOWS:
£15 Adult
£9 Concession (OAP’s & Students)
£3 Junior
FREE Away Junior Season Ticket Holders (Have to show Valid Season Ticket at Students)

ENTER VIA TURNSTILES 21-22-23-24.

VENUE:
Swinton Lions currently ply their trade at the Leigh Sports Village ahead off their move to a new ground in the Agecroft area of Pendlebury in the former borough of Swinton & Pendlebury, near Manchester.

LeighStadium-May2008

The Leigh Sports Village is a £50 million multi use sports, retail and housing development in Leigh, Greater Manchester. The ground was built and opened in 2008 as part of the regeneration of Leigh and provide modern facilities for local sports clubs, schools and community. The ground was officially opened on Thursday 21st May 2009 by Her Majesty the Queen and HRH the Duke of Edinburgh.

Leigh Centurions are the operators of the 11,000 capacity stadium in during their five years since moving from Hilton Park, which was located just down the road from LSV they have become Championship title contenders and 2011 Northern Rail Cup victors despite their financial irregularities. The Lions have been at LSV since the end of the 2011 campaign when they agreed to groundshare with Leigh following Salford’s decision to leave The Willows.

LEGENDS BAR:
Visiting Supporters are welcomed into the Legends Bar before the game, half time and after the game, there is NO admission price. Beer is served at pub prices and food is available before the game. Legends Bar is situated only one yard away for the away turnstile entry, and at half-time you can enter off the concourse via the back doors WITHOUT having to go out of the stadium. The facility has become extremely popular with visiting supporters so we advise early arrival.

TRAVEL:
BY CAR:
POSTCODE FOR THE SAT NAV: WN7 4JY
PARKING AT LEIGH SPORTS VILLAGE IS FREE OF CHARGE.

From Cougar Park, head east on Royd Ings Avenue toward Alston Road.
Turn Right onto Alston Road.
At the Roundabout, take the 4th exit onto Hardings Road/A650.
At the Roundabout, take the 2nd exit onto A629. (Go Through One Roundabout)
At the Roundabout, take the 2nd exit onto Station Road/B6172.
Slight right onto Main Street/A6068, Continue to follow A6068. (Go Through Four Roundabouts)
At the Roundabout, take the 3rd exit onto M65 heading to Nelson/Burnley/Preston/Manchester/M66.
At Junction 2, take the M61 exit to M6/M55/Manchester/Chorley/Lancaster/Blackpool.
At the Roundabout, take the 1st exit onto the M61 ramp to M62/Manchester/Chorley/Leeds.
Merge onto M61.
At Junction 5, take the A58 exit onto Bolton/Westhoughton
At the Roundabout, take the 3rd exit onto Snydale Way/A58, continue to follow A58. (Go Through One Roundabout)
Turn Left onto Platt Lane.
Continue onto North Road.
At the Roundabout, take the 2nd exit onto Gibfield Park Avenue.
At the Roundabout, take the 1st exit.
At the Roundabout, take the 3rd exit onto Atherleigh Way/A579. (Go Through One Roundabout)
At the Roundabout, take the 1st exit.
Turn Left, and you have arrived at Leigh Sports Village.

BY PUBLIC TRANSPORT:
Train – 10:27 from Keighley arriving at Leeds at 10:54.
Train – 11:10 from Leeds arriving at Manchester Oxford Road at 12:09.
Train – 12:38 from Manchester Oxford Road arriving at Hindley at 13:06.
Train – 13:22 from Hindley arriving at Atherton (Greater Manchester) at 13:31.
Walk – Leaving Atherton (Greater Manchester) Station at 13:33, walk to the Town Centre which takes five minutes.
Bus – Board the 582 in Atherton Town Centre at 13:56, Arriving at Leigh Bus Station at 14:05.
Walk – Make the fifteen minute walk from Leigh Bus Station to Leigh Sports Village.
Walk – Make the fifteen minute walk from Leigh Sports Village to Leigh Bus Station.
Bus – Board the 582 at Leigh Bus Station which departs at 17:13, arriving at Atherton Town Centre at 17:22.
Walk – Leaving Atherton Town Centre, at 17:22, make the five minute walk back to Atherton (Greater Manchester) Station.
Train – 17:35 from Atherton (Greater Manchester) arriving at Wigan Wallgate at 17:55.
Train – 18:36 from Wigan Wallgate arriving at Manchester Piccadilly at 19:21.
Train – 19:42 from Manchester Piccadilly arriving at Leeds at 20:37.
Train – 21:00 from Leeds arriving at Keighley at 21:19.

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