Supporters' Association

Away at Warrington Wolves

History of Fartown.

The earliest record of a football match being played in the Huddersfield area is in 1848, when a team of men from Hepworth took on a team of men from Holmfirth near Whinney Bank in Holmfirth. Hepworth won a ...

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Club Honours

The club's first cup victory was in the 1889-90 season when the Yorkshire Cup was won for the first time.

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Directions

By Car

Take Junction 9 off M62 and head south towards Warrington along the A49.

After 1.5 miles, straight on through the lights with MacDonalds on the right. Proceed past the Tesco Superstore and The Halliwell Jones Stadium before turning right at next set of traffic lights. At the small roundabout take the first exit on to Winwick Street and you will see the entrance to the NCP Car Park 50 yards further on, on the right hand side.

The Stadium is immediately acrsoss from the Tesco Store.

By Rail

The nearest station to the stadium is Warrington Central. When leaving the station turn right, you will see the Martin Dawes East Stand. Continue walking down the road and you will reach the Stadium.

Warrington Bank Quay Station is just over a mile from the Stadium, we suggest you take a taxi from the rank at the entrance, the journey should take no more than 3-5 minutes.

"In the past the Train was the chosen means of travel for many but rising prices seem to have lessened the numbers, for those that do go by rail there is a direct train every hour to Warrington Central."

Trainline.com - Train Travel

By Bus

Warrington Bus Station is a short distance from the Stadium, near to Central Train Station. Exit the station and turn left down Winwick Street and past Central Station (on your right) and continue down towards the stadium.

Bus Timetable - Warrington Borough Transport

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Map

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Parking

Do Not Enter Tesco Car Park by main Entrance Opposite PLP Motors. Tesco will issue £50 fines for cars parked on the Tesco Car Park, even those with relevant Green Parking Passes.

If you do enter the Tesco Car Park from the A49 in error, take the exit back out of the Tesco car park and turn left onto the A49 heading north, then follow the "Directions from the South".

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There are plenty of pubs around the vicinity.

There are 2 Wetherspoons. The Looking Glass is the nearest to central station/ground - come out of the station, turn left, go under the bridge, turn left into Scotland Road and it's on the right hand side a few hundred yards or so. Alternatively, head straight on towards the fountains, turn left into Buttermarket Street and it's at the bottom.

Not far from the Looking Glass is the Lower Angel which I believe serves real ales.

The other Wetherspoons is the Friar Penketh. Go straight on through the town centre, turn right by the Feathers and it's on the left hand side.

If you turn right out of the station, there is the Kings Hhead, which has a good mix of home and away fans, and usually a DJ in the back marquee.

Further on towards the ground are the Rodney, Red Lion and Three Pigeons.

There are plenty more pubs around Warrington which cater for different needs and tastes!

The last few years, most fans tend to head to the Kings Head after the game, before the train home. It's usually a pretty lively mix and a great place to mingle with the Warrington fans, who are usually most welcoming and hospitable!

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