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Im taking my lad to the match on Sat, its only his second game and im driving down from Carlisle. Where is the best place to park, ideally i don't want to have a massive walk and I don't want to get stuck in loads of traffic getting home after the game. 

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Im taking my lad to the match on Sat, its only his second game and im driving down from Carlisle. Where is the best place to park, ideally i don't want to have a massive walk and I don't want to get stuck in loads of traffic getting home after the game. 

 

 

Good luck with the traffic thing, they close roads around the ground too so you can't really have  your cake and eat it I'm afraid.

 

I used to park at Goodison, it's not cheap these days and you have to wander through the park. I used to hand over my £5 and say, there that's another great player you can buy with that, I am sure they found it funny.  

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It probably does depend on which way you want to get out and what time you’re getting to the ground. There’s no need to be dropping a tenner on parking though. If you going to South Liverpool and you get there early enough park on Sheil road. It’s a straight line walk to the ground. You can leave at full time and pace it up to your car and you won’t be waiting around in any queues. If you get there late the road will be full so just have to park in one of the side roads - Hampstead or Huntly.

 

On your way home drive down one of these side roads anyway and do a right along balmoral. You avoid the queues at the lights and come out on Prescot road which leads to edge lane. You can be on the M62 within minutes if you know where you’re going.

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Im taking my lad to the match on Sat, its only his second game and im driving down from Carlisle. Where is the best place to park, ideally i don't want to have a massive walk and I don't want to get stuck in loads of traffic getting home after the game. 

 

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One of my old haunts, the Dockers Club on Townsend Lane. It fills quite quick as they can get about 50, 60 cars on tenner a time. Unless you want to park miles from the ground you are not going to avoid getting stuck in traffic.

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Park in the Everton shop car park. £10 and you’re the right side of the ground to get away reasonably quickly going north

We pay them to use their car park? So there transfer flops are our fault for funding them?

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I have never had a ticket parking in the Asda off queens drive. People have tried to tell me otherwise these days.

Fuck em.

 

I've parked there for years, never a problem. Just over a mile from the ground.

 

The other place I've parked recently is Maiden Lane, just off Townsend Lane. Again, about a mile, maybe less. 

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I have never had a ticket parking in the Asda off queens drive. People have tried to tell me otherwise these days.

Fuck em.

 

Best option , about 10 minutes walk away from the ground & straight onto Queens Drive so you can go towards the M62 one way or the M58 / M6 the other way as you come out.

 

Enjoy the game

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Mate parked at the community centre on Lower Breck Road for Maribor.  Would avoid that, absolute carnage getting out, all the way to the motorway (although some of that was roadworks).

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