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The Northern Ireland national football team play in their traditional colours of Green and White, and their national home stadium is Windsor Park.
20 Windsor Avenue
Donegall Avenue, Belfast, Antrim
Green and White
From Portadown, Dungannon & The South: Windsor Park is located approximately 1.5 miles south-west of Belfast city centre. Exit M1 at Junction 1 and take the second exit on the A12 Westlink roundabout, into Glenmachan Street. Take a sharp turn left into Donegall Road, then turn right into Donegall Avenue, which runs alongside the railway line.
From Antrim, Ballymena & The North: Take the M2 to North Belfast.Turn off into the A12 Westlink Road. This road leads onto the M1 Junction 1.Take the first left exit on the Junction 1 Roundabout into Glenmachan Street, then turn left into Donegall Road, then turn right into Donegall Avenue, which runs alongside the railway line.
From Bangor & Newtonards: Take the A2 Sydenham Bypass into East Belfast. Follow onto the M3,as the road passes over the river Lagan, take a left turn and join the A12 West Link. This road leads onto the M1 Junction 1.Take the first left exit on the Junction 1 Roundabout into Glenmachan Street, then turn left into Donegall Road, then turn right into Donegall Avenue, which runs alongside the railway line.
The ground has a large car park to the rear of the Alex Russell stand, parking around the ground is residential, although there is a number of large industrial estates and retail parks to the south of the ground which has plenty of car parking spaces.
There are a number of Railway stations to the south of Belfast, all within 20 minutes walk of the ground. These are Belfast Central, City Hospital, Botanic and Great Victoria Street, with Adelaide Station being 2 minutes walk south of the ground.
All slow train services from Portadown and Bangor stop at these stations, however the Enterprise Service from Belfast Central to Dublin Connolly only stop at Botanic.
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