Supporters going to the Cheltenham Town v Everton FA Cup match at Whaddon Road on Monday are being warned of potential parking issues.
Tickets for the match are sold out and there will be no public parking at Cheltenham Town Football Club. The Club will provide a free park-and-ride service from the racecourse to Whaddon Road both before and after the game.
It’s anticipated that the spaces in the local area that are usually used by supporters will also be unavailable, so supporters are encouraged to make use of the free bus service.
More details on the buses can be found here.
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