Maps & Directions
North Ferriby United FC
Eon Visual Media Stadium
Telephone: 01482 634601
From the North
From the East Coast below Middlesborough it is probably best to head for Beverley and then follow directions listed under "from Hull and the East" Alternatively, try and get to the M62 or A63 by using either the A1 or, if you are coming from nearer York, the A1079 and the A1034 after Market Weighton. Once you have made it to the A63 follow the instructions "from the West" below.
From the West
If you are heading to Ferriby from the West, get onto the Eastbound M62 and follow it to the end, it becomes the A63 about 12 miles from Hull. Keep heading on towards Hull. Look out for the turn off for Ferriby on the left. Go over the bridge and turn left. Follow this road past the Duke of Cumberland Pub. There is a crossroads just after the pub, you need to turn right down Church Road. Follow the road down, past the Church, and you will quickly come upon a sign for the ground on your left, just before the overhead rail bridge. It is usually best to find somewhere to park on Church Road, as the carpark down Grange Lane fills up fast. From the top of Grange Lane it is a short walk past the allotments to the ground.
From The South
Unless you actually live in Lincolnshire your best bet is to get onto the A1 or M1 north and head towards Hull, taking the M18 and the M62, then following the instructions above for getting to Ferriby from the West. If you do live in Lincolnshire then you might consider the Humber Bridge on the A15 North from Lincoln, although it does cost £1.50 for a car and more for minibuses and coaches. Once over the bridge turn left at the roundabout towards Leeds and the M62. You soon come across a left turning signposted North Ferriby. Follow this road down to the crossroads, where you turn left into Church Road. Follow the road down past the Church and you will eventually come upon a sign for the ground on your left, just before the overhead rail bridge. It is usually best to find somewhere to park on Church Road, as the car park down Grange Lane fills up fast. From the top of Grange Lane it is a short walk past the allotments to the ground.
The ground is to the North East of the station, so if you have travelled from Hull you will have to cross the footbridge over the tracks. Once out of the station, follow the first road on the right, you will come out on Church Road, Grange Lane is only a couple of hundred yards down the road and to your right.