*BS*If you are travelling to Woking today, here are travel and stadium details for your visit to Kingfield.*BF*

Even if you are travelling on one of the three coaches, please read the information regarding segregation, admission and facilities.

Segregation is in place at both play-off games. At Kingfield, Dover fans will need to enter the ground to the left of the car park in front of the ground. There are toilets and food & drinks in the segregated terrace.


Dover supporters will be permitted into the Chris Lane terrace, which is open and on one side of the ground. If you want to sit down for the game, please ask a steward before entering the ground to find out where you need to go.

*IS*It is expected that seating will be accommodated in the Leslie Gosden Stand – the large stand behind the goal opposite to the away turnstiles. Please check on arrival.*IF*


Dover supporters usually park in the Leisure Centre car park immediately opposite the ground. However, leaving this car park after the game can take some time.

Woking’s official website suggests supporters park in the Heathside car park, which is a 15 minute walk from the ground.
Parking in local roads is possible but may be very limited with a big crowd expected.

Adult – £12
Juniors (u16s) – £2
Concessions / Students – £8
Programme: £1 (16-page edition for tonight’s game)

Disabled Toilets: In the Leslie Gosden Stand
One wheelchair and helper for £8

*IS*For more information, please contact Woking FC: 01483 772470*IF*