Coventry City

Away Fans' Guide | Coventry (A)

Fixture List

Argyle hit the road tomorrow night and face Coventry City at the Coventry Building Society Arena.

Both sides head into the match with renewed confidence after their respective wins on Saturday.

Close to 1500 Argyle fans will make the trip to the Midlands and those making the journey can find all the information they need below.

Away Fans' Guide | Coventry (A)

Argyle TV

Tuesday's Sky Bet Championship fixture away at Coventry City will be available to stream worldwide on Argyle TV.

For supporters who are unable to get to the CBS Arena, an Argyle TV Video Match Pass for the game against the Sky Blues costs just £10 and is available here.

To watch the game, supporters will need to either register for an Argyle Account (click here), or log in to an existing one, and then click here to purchase a pass.

The fixture will be accessible via the homepage and the Match Centre approaching kick-off.

Please note that this fixture does not form part of Argyle TV Domestic Subscriptions but is included in the Argyle TV International subscription package. 

Argyle TV’s pre-match show will be available to watch on the club’s YouTube page from 6:45pm where Charlie Price will be joined by Brian McGlinchey.

Live match commentary from the CBS Arena will be from BBC Radio Devon, where Ross Heaton will be joined by former Argyle player Hasney Aljofree on co-commentary.


Stadium address

Coventry Building Society Arena
Judds Lane

By Car

Coventry North

Join the A444 road, heading north towards Nuneaton & the M6 motorway. Continue on this road until you see the Arena on your right. Take the fourth exit at this island for Judds Lane.

Coventry East

Join Jimmy Hill Way, heading north towards Nuneaton & the M6 motorway. Continue on this road until you see the Arena on your right. Take the fourth exit at this island for Judds Lane.

Alternatively, join the A46 or A4600 roads heading north towards the M6 and M69 junction. From here head west on the M6 (towards Coventry/Birmingham) and take the exit at Junction 3 of the M6. Once you have exited the motorway, take the second exit of the roundabout for Jimmy Hill Way (south). At the first roundabout on Jimmy Hill Way, take the first exit for Judds Lane.

Coventry South

Join the A46/A444 (Warwick by pass), heading north through Whitley. From here, filter left on to A4114 London Road. Continue until you reach the Ring Road, then staying in right-hand lane and taking the 2nd exit onto the Ring Road. Leave the Ring Road at junction 3, and at roundabout take 2nd exit onto Sky Blue Way. At next roundabout, take 1st exit onto Jimmy Hill Way, signposted Nuneaton. Continue north on Jimmy Hill Way, until you see the Arena on your right. At the last roundabout adjacent to the stadium, take the 3rd exit onto Judds Lane.

Coventry West

Follow directions for Coventry City Centre and the Coventry Ring Road (A4053). Leave the Ring Road at junction 3, and at roundabout take 2nd exit onto Sky Blue Way. At next roundabout, take 1st exit onto Jimmy Hill Way, signposted Nuneaton. Continue north on Jimmy Hill Way, until you see the Ricoh Arena on your right. At the last roundabout adjacent to the stadium, take the 3rd exit onto Judds Lane.

Alternatively, exit the Ring Road (A4053) at the junction for the Foleshill Road. From here, head north along Foleshill Road and Lockhurst Lane until you join Jimmy Hill Way. Drive north on the Jimmy Hill Way, until you see the Arena on your right. Take the third exit for Judds Lane.


If travelling from the North, it is advised to use either the M6 or M1. If using the M1, exit at Junction 21 and join the M69. Merge onto Junction 2 of the M6, leaving the M6 motorway at Junction 3 before joining the Jimmy Hill Way (South). For the M6, exit at Junction 3 and join the Jimmy Hill Way (South).

For fans travelling from the South, we advise using the M1 and joining the M6 at the Catthorpe Interchange and leaving the motorway at Junction 3 before joining Jimmy Hill Way (South).

By Train

Coventry train station is on the main line between London and Birmingham, and around 4 miles from the Coventry Building Society Arena.

Coventry Arena train station is located on-site at the Coventry Building Society Arena and operated by West Midlands Railways. There is no special matchday service, and trains run as timetabled on home matchdays. As of December 2021, West Midlands Railway Train services between Leamington Spa, Nuneaton and Coventry have been suspended indefinitely.

To get to the stadium using public transport from Coventry train station:

- Number 9 (towards University Hospital), or 11 or 12X (towards Coventry) Bus from Coventry Train Station to Coventry Transport Museum 

- Then catch the Number 3 from Trinity Street or Number 5 from Pool Meadow to Arena Park (Tesco)

- Once you arrive at Arena Park (Tesco), there is an underpass which takes you into Car Park B of the stadium.

By Bus

For more information regarding bus services to the stadium in Coventry, visit the National Express Coventry website here

A new bus service, service 51, now serves the Arena shopping park. It also now extends to University Hospital on Monday to Saturday daytimes to cover part of service 20C that National Express have removed. The route and timetable can now be viewed on the Stagecoach website.

On Demand Bus

West Midlands Bus On Demand is a new type of bus service that anyone travelling in the Coventry area can use. It does not follow a specific route.

Instead, you book a journey and a bus will pick you up at a time you choose.

It operates 7 days a week:

Monday to Friday, 6am to 11pm
Saturday, 8am to 11pm
Sunday, 8am to 3:30pm

You will need to register if you would like to use the service. 

For full information, click here

The following prices apply:

Standard fare

  • 0 - 1.5 miles: £2
  • 1.5 - 5 miles: £3
  • 5 - 7 miles: £4
  • 7 - 10 miles: £6
  • 10+ miles: £7

Concessionary fare

  • 0 - 1.5 miles: £1
  • 1.5 - 5 miles: £1.50
  • 5 - 10 miles: £2
  • 10+ miles: £2.50

You are also able to bulk purchase rides and have group discounts.


On-site car parking at the Coventry Building Society Arena and off-site car parking nearby is available.

For details, click here.

For away fans, Car Park C is the closest available paid parking to the South Stand.

If you are a disabled badge holder, please or email for availability and prices of car parking.

Parking is also available through Big Parking by clicking here.


Tickets will be available on the evening of the game from Turnstiles 1-5, but entrance to the ground is CASH ONLY.

Please click here for pricing information.

Any tickets not collected from Home Park will be made available on the day at Coventry from outside Turnstiles 1-5 from 6.30pm.  

Miles Away Coach Travel
Coach travel for this game is now sold out. Coaches depart from outside the Devonport End at 11.45am.


  • Photographic ID will need to be presented when collecting any tickets on match day.
  • Ticket upgrades are not available on the day of the game.
  • The CBS Arena is a cashless stadium once inside.

Accessible Entrances

Entrances are clearly signed and open approximately 90 minutes prior to kick off, or 75 minutes before kick off for evening matches. Dedicated Stewards are present to offer assistance and tickets are checked at each entrance with readers.

Assistance Dogs

Any supporter wishing to attend with an assistance dog must contact the Ticket Office to ensure the appropriate match tickets (subject to availability) are allocated and adequate arrangements have been made.

Accessibility stewards

A dedicated Stewarding Team will be on hand before, during and after the game to help you make the most of your matchday experience. Contact the nearest member of staff for assistance.

Audio Descriptive Commentary

Visually Impaired Supporters are able to hire portable radios to listen to BBC CWR commentary of the game.

This is available for a returnable deposit of £10 from the Ticket Office on matchdays. Fans must return the radios at the end of the game. Fans are also advised that, in the interests of hygiene, it is recommended that they bring their own set of aux compatible headphones. 

Customer Service/Disability Liaison: 

For any further queries, Coventry City’s Disability Liaison Officer is Jodie Jones. To contact Jodie, please email

Gate opening times

Turnstiles open from two hours before kick-off.

Food and Drink

Food and Drink (both soft drinks and alcohol) is available within the South Stand concourse from the opening of turnstiles. All kiosks are cashless.

Match Programme

Programmes will be available for purchase both outside the ground and inside in the concourse, for £3.50.

Flags and Banners

Coventry City do allow flags in both the away end, provided prior permission from the club is sought by the supporter and subject to there being space to display your flag. Fans are required to contact the Club's Supporter Services Officer via e-mail on: 

Please send the fire safety certificate for your flag attached to your e-mail, along with the dimensions of your flag, photo of your flag, details of any poles which are attached to the flag, location where you will be sat/where the flag would be displayed, and contact telephone number.

The club reserve the right to ban, or refuse entry to any flag/banner considered to be offensive, discriminatory, insulting, or carry any inappropriate/commercial language or message. Any flags or banners not pre advised and approved may be confiscated and returned after the game.

Prohibited Items

Supporters will not be able to take the following items into the stadium:

  • Drinks glasses
  • Weapons
  • Airhorns
  • Narcotics
  • Fireworks and Flares
  • Bottles and Cans
  • Cameras
  • Long Umbrellas
  • Food and Drink
  • Flagpoles
  • Smoking and E-Cigarettes
  • Selfie Sticks
  • Flags or Banners (larger than 2m x 1m or offensive)
  • Baby Buggies/Prams
  • Large Bags/Suitcases
  • Computer Tablets
Exiting the stadium

Please note that after the game, crowd control measures will be in place to segregate home and away supporters. This means that away fans will be unable to turn left outside of the stadium towards the Arena Shopping Park. 

Judds Lane, the main road in and out of the Arena site, is subject to road closure after each game to ensure the safe exit of fans from the stadium before vehicles are allowed to move. 

Vehicles parked on-site (A,B,C) are also held back until the safe exit of away supporter coaches that are parked on-site.

The roads will be re-opened as soon as it is possible and safe to do so - we thank fans for their co-operation.

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