Date:Sunday November 7 2010
Direction To Boundary Park for the League One clash against Oldham
Its back to League action for The Terriers and we are again on the road!! This time making the short trip over the pennines to face a re-surgent Oldham team under the stewardship of Paul Dickov
So here is your vital info ahead of the game!
Ground NameBoundary Park
Capacity10,638 (all seated)
Stadium AddressBoundary park, Oldham, OL1 2PA
Team nicknameThe Latics
Year Ground Opened1906
Home Kit ColoursBlue with White trim
How To Get There By Car
Leave the M62 at Junction 20 and take the A627(M) towards Oldham. Take the second slip road off the A627(M) following the signs for Royton (A663). At the top of the slip road you will find a large roundabout that around it has a McDonalds and a KFC. Turn left at the roundabout onto the A663 towards Royton (beware though of 30mph speed cameras on this stretch). You will be able to see Boundary Park over on your right. Take the next right hand turn into Hilbre Avenue which will take you up to the large Club car park, situated behind the Lookers Stand.
The cost of the car park is; cars £3, mini bus £5, coaches £10.
By Train or Bus
Due to improvement works to the line from Manchester, the two closest stations to the ground, Oldham Mumps and Oldham Werneth are both currently closed. This leaves only Oldham Mill Hills station, but this is some 45 minutes walk away from the ground, so it is somewhat impractical.
So Rather than getting a train from Manchester to Oldham, you may find it easier to take a bus from Manchester Piccadilly Bus Station.
Services numbers 24, 181 & 182 make the 25 minute trip to Oldham and go past the ground. They operate six buses an hour on Saturday afternoons, with three an hour on evenings and Sundays. Alternatively, fans from the Yorkshire direction might like to consider taking a train to Rochdale (direct services from York, Leeds, Bradford & Halifax) and then continuing to Boundary Park on bus 409 (every 10 minutes Saturday daytime, journey time 25 minutes).'
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Date:Sunday November 7 2010
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