Please find information below to assist your travel to the Portsmouth match on Tuesday 18th July.
If you are travelling to the Island by ferry you will either be sailing with Wightlink or Red Funnel.
If you are bringing a vehicle to the Island for this match it is strongly recommended that you make a booking as it is unlikely you would board in time to see the match as priority is given to booked travellers.
Foot passengers can also make a booking, this is again strongly recommended if travelling at peak commuter hours.
Wightlink operate two car ferry routes, Portsmouth to Fishbourne and Lymington to Yarmouth. They also operate a high speed foot passenger service from Portsmouth to Ryde.
An additional sailing at 22:30 from Ryde Pier Head has been provided for Portsmouth FC fans ONLY for their return journey home.
Foot passengers can also travel on the car ferry services to Yarmouth and Fishbourne.
Red Funnel operate a car ferry service from Southampton to East Cowes and a high speed foot passenger service to West Cowes. Foot passengers can also travel on the car ferry to East Cowes.
Foot passengers requiring buses will require number 9 service from Ryde or Fishbourne, 1 from Cowes, 5 from East Cowes, 7 from Yarmouth
Passengers should purchase a ticket to Newport Bus Station, St George’s Park is approximately 800 yards level walking in a southerly direction. (Head towards Marks and Spencer).
After the match has concluded Portsmouth FC fans can make the short distance walk from St Georges Park to Newport Bus Station to catch the Number 9 bus to Ryde Bus Station. Buses leave every 15 minutes and will meet the 21:47, 22:30 (extra sailing for Pompey fans only) and the 23:10 Wightlink foot passenger sailings from Ryde Pier Head to Portsmouth Harbour.
Car Parking at the ground is strictly limited and only if in possession of a Newport FC issued parking permit. Parking is available at Marks and Spencer, Council Car Parks at Coppins Bridge, Medina Avenue, Scarrots Lane.