Preston North End Football ClubSir Tom Finney Way, , PR1 6RU Address: Sir Tom Finney Way, PR1 6RU Telephone: 07827 903915 Email Address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Deepdale is a prestigious footballing venue, home to Preston North End and steeped in history. The Lilywhites' home ground holds the privileged title of being the oldest professional footballing site in the world in continuous use.
Whilst many sides have shifted about from spot to spot in their short or long term history, Preston North End have remained loyal to the piece of turf in PR1, making it their home since 21st January 1875 when the club's members first took out a lease on the plot of land.
In 2004, the famous ‘The Splash’ statue was built to honour Sit Tom Finney, the club’s most famous former player, which now sits proudly outside of ‘The Gentry Bar’, PNE’s new fan zone.
Both the number 19 and 19A heading to Royal Preston Hospital stop outside Deepdale. This is an approximate ten minute bus ride from Preston Bus Station. Please check www.prestonbus.co.uk for service times
From M6 J31, follow the A59. After a mile, take the second exit off the mini roundabout adjacent to the Hesketh arms, onto Blackpool Road A5085. Carry on straight for 1.2 miles through four sets of traffic lights then take a left into Parkside.
Preston railway station is located in the city centre and is situated approximately two miles away from Deepdale. Taxis are available outside, walking directions from the station can be found in the supporters guide.