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Playing away … by train

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Whether you support Manchester United or Mansfield Town, you can do it for less when you travel by train. Read on for our guide to planning the perfect away day and start saving by booking your cheap train tickets through

Rail travel and footie – it’s a pairing as perfect as a match-time pie and pint.

So forget putting your football boot to the pedal, and avoid pricey petrol pumps and parking woes by taking the train to your team’s away games.

Whether you’re heading off to watch a league game, an F.A. Cup tie or an international, train travel makes getting there simple. And you can save money too – just check our journey planner for cheap train tickets first.

We’re the online website that won’t charge you a booking fee when you buy your cheap train tickets. And the independent watchdog Which? has advised footie fans to save their cash by taking the train.

We’ve even put together a quick guide to help footie fans get from fixture to fixture on the cheap. So whether you’re heading to Wembley or Wrexham, you enjoy the views from the stands and the train without needing a Premiership player’s pay packet.

Don’t forget to follow @redspottedhanky on Twitter too, to pick up even more travel tips – and share your tips to be in with a chance of winning loyalty points.

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