Away Days

Here at the Eagles we encourage all of our fans to follow and support us at the homes of our Championship rivals and experience a great day at another stadium. The information below is to help all of those wishing to support us away from Sheffield with each club’s address, contact details and directions. If you need anymore information about an upcoming away game please contact the respective club or email us at: info@sheffieldeagles.com

 

Batley Bulldogs

Mount Pleasant, BatleyMount Pleasant

Batley

West Yorkshire

WF17 7NZ

Phone:01924 470062

Email: Click Here

Club Website: Click Here

Directions:Take J40 off the M1 & follow Dewsbury/Batley signs (A638). Go past the ram’s stadium on the left & straight forward at the traffic lights. Follow the road going straight on at all roundabouts until reaching traffic lights at a T-junction. Turn left at the lights & then next right (opposite CD Bramhall Ford Motors) into Taylor St. Continue to the top of the road & turn left, then left again into Mount Pleasant Sports Complex.

Where Eagles supporters go: Standing is available behind both ends and one side of the ground. Eagles supporters generally stand at the end which the Eagles are attacking, and change ends at half time, as there is no restriction on this.

 

Bradford Bulls

                                                                                                                                   

The Provident Stadium

Odsal

Bradford

DB6 1BS 

Phone: 08448 711 490

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Directions:

Where Eagles supporters go:

Dewsbury Rams

Rams Stadium, DewsburyThe Tetley's Stadium

Owl Lane

Dewsbury

West Yorkshire

WF12 7RH

Phone:01924 465489

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Club Website: Click Here

Directions:Leave M1 at J40 & take A638 (West) for approx. 2 miles towards Dewsbury. At the roundabout take 3rdexit towards Leeds on the B1628. Continue on this road for approx. 1 mile & Ram Stadium is on your left.From the railway station you can get a taxi outside the station to the stadium for approximately £3-£4.

Where Eagles supporters go: There are only two stands at Dewsbury, and Eagles supporters usually stand on the terracing, towards the right of the stand, towards the main road and the scoreboard.

 

Doncaster RLFC

Keepmoat Stadium, DoncasterKeepmoat Stadium

Stadium Way

Doncaster

DN4 5JW

Phone:01302 765888

Email: Click Here

Club Website: Click Here

Directions:Take M1 south to join M18. Leave M18 at junction 3. Follow A6182 towards Doncaster and signs towards Keepmoat Stadium.

Where Eagles supporters go: Only one stand (East Stand) is usually in operation, and Eagles supporters usually congregate towards the left of the stand as you face the pitch

Featherstone Rovers

Post Office Road, FeatherstoneBig Fellas Stadium

Post Office Road

Featherstone

West Yorkshire

WF7 5EN

Phone:01977 702386

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Club Website: Click Here

Directions:Take M1 North to M62. Leave M62 at Junction 31 joining slip road in outside lane & following A655 for Normanton back under motorway. Take inside lane at the roundabout & at traffic lights take B6134 until junction with A645. At traffic lights turn left towards Featherstone. At next lights turn left into Station Lane, then right into Post Office Road. Ground is on the left.

Where Eagles supporters go: Standing is available behind both ends and one side of the ground. Eagles supporters generally stand at the end which the Eagles are attacking, and change ends at half time, as there is no restriction on this.

 

Halifax RLFC

The Shay, HalifaxThe Shay Stadium

Shay Syke

Halifax

HX1 2YT

Phone:01422 342 792

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Directions:Travel North on the M1 and West on the M62, exiting the M62 at junction 24. Follow the A629 (Calderdale Way) into Halifax for approximately 5 miles. Follow Signs for "Shay Stadium" for parking.

Where Eagles supporters go: Eagles supporters usually congregate behind the sticks in the open stand, towards the bottom of the stand, right hand side of the sticks as you face the pitch.

 

Hunslet Hawks

South Leeds Stadium

Middleton Grove

Leeds

LS11 5DJ

Phone: 0113 271 2730

Email: Click Here

Website: Click Here

Directions:

Where Eagles supporters go:

 

Leigh Centurions

Leigh Sporting VillageSporting Club Leigh Ltd
 
 
Leigh Sports Village Stadium
 
 
Sale Way
 
 
Leigh
 
 
WN7 4JY

Phone:01942 487887

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Directions:From the M62: Exit at Junction 14, taking the A580 (signposted Liverpool). Continue along this road following directions for St Helens. Go straight at the roundabout with the Greyhound Hotel on the corner and at your next set of lights turn right onto the Atherleigh Way (A579 sign posted Leigh A572, Bolton and Pennington Flash). Go straight on at the traffic lights, and follow signs for Leigh Sporting Village which is at the next right at the roundabout.

Where Eagles supporters go: Eagles supporters usually sit in the West Stand, towards the left of the stand as you face the pitch.

 

London Broncos

                                                                                                                                

The Hive

Camrose Avenue

Edgware

HA8 6AG

Phone: 0208 381 3800

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Directions: M1: Exit at Junction 4 of the M1 on to the A41 toward Harrow/Edgware.  At the roundabout take the 3rd exit onto Spur Road/A410.  At the next roundabout turn left on to the A5.  After 300 metres turn right at the traffic lights on to Camrose Avenue.  Continue straight along Camrose Avenue and The Hive will be on your right just after the width restriction.
A1: At Apex Corner roundabout take the 2nd exit onto Selvage Lane/A5109 signposted Edgware.  Continue through 2 roundabouts on to Dean’s Lane.  At the next roundabout take the 3rd exit onto Deansbrook Road/A5109.  Go straight over the traffic lights on to Camrose Avenue..  Continue straight along Camrose Avenue and The Hive will be on your right just after the width restriction.

Where Eagles supporters go:

 

Whitehaven RLFC

Recreation Ground, WhitehavenThe Recreation Ground
 
Coach Road
 
Whitehaven
 
Cumbria
 
CA28 9DD

Phone:01946 328088

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Club Website:Click Here

Directions:Take M1 North to M62 & continue West until joining M6. Leave M6 at J40. Follow A66 to Keswick. At roundabout take 2ndexit – junction with A591 signposted Cockermouth into Keswick bypass. At roundabout take 2ndexit Junction with B5289. At junction with A5086 go straight on following signs to Workington. Turn left onto A595 signposted Whitehaven. At roundabout take 2ndexit & follow right branch of road A5094 signposted town centre. Enter Whitehaven by New Road & follow signs for St Bees B5345 for Whitehaven RLFC ground on left.

Where Eagles supporters go: Standing is available behind both ends and one side of the ground. Eagles supporters generally stand at the end which the Eagles are attacking, and change ends at half time, as there is no restriction on this.

 

Workington Town

Derwent Park, WorkingtonDerwent Park Stadium
 
Workington
 
CA14 2HG
 
Phone:01900 603609

Email:Click Here

Club Website:Click Here

Directions:Take M1 North to M62 & continue West until joining M6. Leave M6 at J40. Follow A66 to Keswick/Cockermouth/Workington. On entering Workington descend a steep hill to a T-junction. Henry Curwen pub on right corner. Turn left at first set of traffic lights. Approx. 300yds further on turn right & continue through to next set of traffic lights coming to Workington railway station. Cross the junction & pass in front of the station, keeping in the left hand lane. Ignore the first turning on the left & in approx. 100yds turn sharp left into a narrow road leading to Derwent Park Stadium.

Where Eagles supporters go: Eagles supporters usually stand in the covered terrace opposite the main stand, towards the left of the stand as you face the pitch.



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