Away supporters visiting the Ricoh Arena are located in the South Stand - this is behind the goal. This is a dedicated stand for away fans, with seperate turnstiles and concourse.
The allocation of tickets given to away clubs varies, depending on demand and police/safety advice.
Turnstiles open from 1:30pm. Tickets are available on the gate (cash only) unless the game is an all-ticket match for away fans - please check your own club website for details.
We operate ticket barcode scanners on entry, so please make sure you have your ticket ready and it is in good condition.
Food and Drink (soft drinks and alcohol) is available within the South Stand concourse from 1:30pm. Card payments are accepted.
Our matchday programme PUSB is priced £3 for league games and is available around the ground - this includes an extensive visitors section.
Travel by car and car park:
The full address of the stadium is:
If travelling by car from from the North, we advise using either the M6 or M1. If using the M1, join the M6 at the Catthorpe Interchange and leave the motorway at Junction 3 before joining the A444 (South). For the M6, exit at Junction 3 and join the A444 (South).
For fans travelling by car from the South, we advise using the M1 and joining the M6 at the Catthorpe Interchange and leaving the motorway at Junction 3 before joining the A444 (South).
On-site car parking is available for £10 in car parks A,B or C, while official off-site car parking is available from £3 at www.ricoharenaparking.co.uk
Car Parks A and B are located on-site at the Ricoh Arena and can be accessed via the main entrance on Judds Lane. Car Park C is located adjacent to the stadium, and can be accessed from the A444.
On street car parking within 2km vicinity of the Ricoh Arena on matchdays is for permit holders only.
Travelling by train
Coventry is on the main line between London and Birmingham.
Coventry train station is located in Coventry city centre, around 4 miles from the Ricoh Arena.
There is an on-site train station at the Ricoh Arena - 'Coventry Arena'. There is no special matchday schedule, and trains run as timetabled.
Please visit nationalrail.co.uk for details.
Flags and Banners
Coventry City do allow flags in both the away end, provided prior permission from the club is sought by the supporter. Fans are required to contact the club’s safety officer Chris O’Neill via e-mail on: firstname.lastname@example.org. Please send the fire safety certificate for your flag attached to your e-mail, along with the dimensions of your flag, photo of your flag, details of any poles which are attached to the flag, location where you will be sat/where the flag would be displayed, and contact telephone number.
The club reserve the right to ban, or refuse entry to any flag/banner considered to be offensive, discriminatory, insulting, or carry any inappropriate/commercial language or message. Any flags or banners not pre advised and approved may be confiscated and returned after the game.
We will always try to accommodate flags/banners supporting the team to make the matchday experience better but in accordance with regulations above.
Tickets for disabled supporters are available from the visiting club, and are priced at the age relevant price with the carer (if required) going free of charge.
Wheelchairs are located at the front of Block 8 in the South Stand, with stewards dedicated to this area.
If you are a disabled badge holder, please contact Daniel.Salotra@Apcoa.com or Kevin.email@example.com for availability and prices of car parking.