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Just past the station, you reach a roundabout - and Fawcett Road is immediately on your left'.Pete Wood a visiting Doncaster Rovers fan informs me; ' If travelling by train from London, then your return ticket from London Waterloo allows you to get off at either Fratton (nearest to ground), Portsmouth & Southsea (best for pubs) or Portsmouth Harbour.It is a large pub serving real ales and had a good mix of home and away support.I also noticed that it was doing a brisk business in food.On a positive note, away supporters can really make some noise from this stand, further contributing to what is normally a great atmosphere, which is further aided by a drummer and bell ringer in the Fratton End.Although this end is shared with home supporters, the Pompey home support get behind their team but generally in a non-intimidatory way towards the away contingent.
Both the North & South Stands are two tiered and have a number of supporting pillars.
It's called (very appropriately) The Red, White and Blue.
There are also a few other pubs - and plenty of take-aways (of all varieties) along this road.
If you are feeling hungry then there is a Mc Donalds and KFC across the road from Fratton Park'.
On my last visit I went to the Good Companion pub, which is on the main A2030 about a five minute walk away from the ground.
Friendly staff, friendly Pompey fans (chiefly, of the elder variety) and simple food fayre on offer.