Travel information for supporters heading to Hull by car, coach or train...

Supporters planning on travelling by car to our FA Cup fourth round tie against Hull City should be aware that Walton Street is closed at the junction with Longden Street. You are strongly recommended to allow extra time for your journey.

The closure is due to a structural collapse underneath the road surface and will remain in place until further notice.

Despite the road closure, the Walton Street car park will remain open for supporters, with access available from Spring Bank West.

A signed diversion route is in operation, but it is advised that car users consider alternative means of getting to the stadium. Alternative car parking options include the Stagecoach Park & Ride service from Priory Park, which operates a direct service to and from the stadium, and city centre parking.

Please be aware that the streets surrounding the KCOM Stadium are resident permit parking only.

Please visit for further travel information.

Pedestrian routes remain unaffected.

Coach travel

If using a coach or minibus to get to the KCOM, travel on the A63 to its end, then take the junction to Humber Bridge A15/Beverley A164.

At the second roundabout take the first exit to Beverley A164, and then at the third roundabout take the third exit towards Hull/ Willerby B1232. Continue heading towards Hull joining Kingston Road, Willerby Road, Spring Bank West. Travel on Spring Bank West under the railway bridge towards the level crossing at Walton Street. Before the level crossing take the right-hand lane into Walton Street.

On Walton Street turn left into the first gate onto Walton Street car park. Please note you will need to take a tight left turn to enter the car park. Please take all due care and attention.

If travelling from the A15 (Humber Bridge) at the first roundabout after the bridge continue straight onto the A164 towards Beverley, then follow the above route.

PARKING CHARGES PER VEHICLE: (Cash only) Minibus £10 Coach £20

Train travel

Engineering work is taking place in the London Kings Cross area, closing all lines to/from London Kings Cross and affecting travel to Hull.

No Grand Central services will run on Saturday. Grand Central will not provide any alternative travel options.

On Hull Trains, a severely reduced and diverted service will run between Hull and London St Pancras International.

No LNER trains will run between Peterborough and London Kings Cross.

Meanwhile engineering work is again taking place at various places in the Clapham Junction/Surbiton/Woking area closing all lines. On Saturday, buses replace trains between:

Clapham Junction and Surbiton.Clapham Junction and Epsom.Clapham Junction and Kingston.Clapham Junction and Chessington South.