Away Fans Guide: Millwall


Millwall Football Club
The Den
Zampa Road
SE16 3LN


This fixture is now SOLD OUT. Supporters are advised not to travel unless they are in possession of a valid match ticket. No ticket upgrades will be available on the day of the fixture.

Fans with tickets are advised: To please ensure you have your travelling plans confirmed and arranged. Due to the late kick-off it rules out train travel to Lime Street. If you have any travel concerns, please contact or 0151 556 1878.

The Fan Centre will be open Saturday 26th January from 10-3pm to quickly deal with any ticket queries you may have prior to the game. Please call via: 0151 556 1878. 

There will also be a team of Everton Travel Stewards at the game to help with any issues that may arise whilst you are there.

Should you have any other issues that may arise on the day, Supporter Liaison Officer Rachel Meikle will also be available via: or 07583189399.


Please be advised to check all travel routes due to any unforeseen circumstances.

From the North:

Follow City signs from the A1/M1, then signs for Shoreditch and Whitechapel. Follow Ring Road signs for Dover, cross over Tower Bridge and after one mile take the first exit at the roundabout onto the A2.

From Elephant & Castle take the A2 (New Kent Road) into Old Kent Road and turn left after four miles at The Gem Bar into Ilderton Road to Stockholm Road. This will be until 45-minutes before kick-off then coaches will be directed to Zampa Road.

From the South:

Take the A20 and A21 following signs to London. At New Cross follow signs for Surrey Quays into Kender Street, turn left into Old Kent Road then right at the turning signposted “car pound” into Ilderton Road on to Stockholm Road. This will be until 45-minutes before kick-off then coaches will be directed to Zampa Road.

From the East:

Take the A2 to New Cross (then as south).

From the West:

From the M4 and M3 follow the South Circular (A205) and then follow signs for Clapham, City (A3), then Camberwell to New Cross and then as from the South.


Unfortunately, the club has no official car parking facilities for supporters traveling by car. It is recommended that away fans travel to the ground either by Supporter coach or by rail to South Bermondsey station.

Supporter coaches will be parked in a secure area at the rear of the North Stand.


Trains: South Bermondsey station is the nearest at approximately 5-minutes’ walk away. A walkway link is available to the stadium from this station on matchdays for away supporters only. After the game the walk way can be accessed from a gate at rear of the stand and will be clearly signposted. Visit to plan your journey.

Please be advised an extra special train will be running from South Bermondsey station from around 19:57pm to London Bridge. This is a recommended route using London Bridge.


Turnstiles: Away fans will access the stadium via in the North Stand turnstiles.

Food and drink: Kiosks are located throughout the Lower North Stand Concourse.

Hold backs: Please be advised a hold back is not currently excepted. However, please be aware delays on coaches exiting the stadium could be possible due to the exit road remaining busy and coaches awaiting clearance.


Wheelchair bays: Are situated at the front of the Lower North Stand. All kiosks will be situated on the Lower North Stand Concourse.

Assessible Toilets: A accessible toilet is located alongside the Lower North Stand. Please be advised to bring a RADAR key.

For full accessible information please visit 


Possession or Use of Pyrotechnics: Everton Football Club does not condone the use of pyrotechnics under any circumstances. Any fan found using them will be subject to action by the Club and Police. Away Clubs use various techniques to detect the possession and use of pyrotechnics. Any person found in possession of such items are liable to arrest which could result in a criminal conviction and subsequent football ban.

Concourse Anti-Social behaviour: This season has seen an increase involving a small group of fans becoming involved in anti-social behaviour (beer throwing) within Club concourses. This does result in many fellow fans half time social activity being ruined by the actions of the small minority. Such action can result in ejection from the stadium or in the case more serious incidents an arrest and subsequent football ban.

Please continue to enjoy your match day but we ask that you also consider other supporters and how they will be affected by your behaviour. We would like to thank you for your continued support in protecting Everton Football Clubs reputation and support in enhancing the match day experience for all.

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