FAI provides free park-and-ride at League Cup final

The FAI will provide free park-and-ride facilities for supporters traveling to Ferrycarrig Park for this Saturday’s eircom League of Ireland Cup final.

Buses will be available to bring supporters from the Wexford racecourse to Ferrycarrig Park for the match, with the first bus scheduled to leave at 5.30pm.

Supporters will be able to park their cars at the Wexford racecourse and avail of the bus service free of charge.

In addition, separate car parking arrangements have been made for Derry City supporters.

Derry fans will have access to a car park in Jones’ field, which is located 500 meters from the stadium.

Derry City supporters travelling to the game should take the M50 onto the N11 heading for Wexford through Camolin, Ferns, Enniscorthy and Oilgate. After Oilgate, signs will direct supporters to turn off the N11 for parking facilities.

A capacity crowd of 3,530 is expected at Ferrycarrig Park to witness Wexford Youths take on Derry City in the eircom League of Ireland Cup Final.

Tickets are selling extremely well and supporters wishing to attend the game are advised to purchase tickets from the clubs before Saturday as no tickets will be available at the stadium on the day of the game.

Supporters are being urged to arrive at the venue early in order to avoid congestion in the area.

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