Danny Whitaker’s side return to the Leasing.com Stadium for the first of five consecutive home fixtures this evening, as we entertain Newcastle Town.
The lads will be looking to extend their three point lead at the Northern Premier League West Division summit this evening and will be backed by another large and vociferous crown.
Newcastle come into the game residing in eighth position, after claiming seventeen points from their opening ten games.
Jacob Lovatt’s 35th minute strike proved to be decisive last Saturday, as Castle prepared for tonight’s fixture with a 1 – 0 home victory against Bootle.
Dan Cowan is the only injury concern ahead of tonight’s game as he continues to recover from a knee injury.
Tickets remain ahead of this afternoon’s game to home supporters only and can be purchased either online via the link HERE or at our Club Reception from 18:30.
Supporters are asked to arrive early to avoid the risk of queues.
Tickets are priced at –
- Adults: £12.00
- Concessions: £9.00
- Students: £7.00
- Under-18s: £5.00
- Under 12s: £2.00
- Disabled / Carer: FREE
Please note that Disabled and Carer tickets can only be claimed from our Club Reception on production of relevant identification.
All Under-12s must be accompanied by an adult.
Tickets from the previously scheduled date remain valid, but those relating to the Newcastle Town home game originally scheduled for this evening are not valid.
Today represents a Category B fixture.
Away supporters will be allocated c.100 seats in the north end of the Moss Lane stand (closest to the Silkmen Terrace). A line of stewards will form a barrier separating home and away fans accordingly.
Travelling fans will enter the Stadium via the turnstiles located in between the Silkmen Terrace and Moss Lane Stand.
The Silkmen Terrace will be open exclusively for home fans and access to it will be via any other turnstile – or Club Reception.
The segregation gate separating the Silkmen Terrace and Moss Lane Stand will be in operation, with toilets and refreshment facilities (including the temporary Butch’s Bar) located behind the terrace.
No tickets will be available to away supporters on the gate.
A full 64-page programme will be on sale from around the ground tonight, priced at £3.00.
Card payments are also be welcome.
If you can’t make the game then fear not, as the dulcet tones of Matthew Todd will be providing full-match commentary via our Mixlr channel from around 19:35.
You can access this via the link HERE.
We will also be providing live match updates on our Facebook and Twitter channels this afternoon.
For those who don’t have social media profiles, then you can access our Twitter feed via the homepage of our website.
Scroll down until you see “Social Wall” and you will be able to watch all the drama unfold.
BAR TWENTY SEVEN
Bar Twenty Seven will be open to members before the game this evening and will open their doors to everyone after the game – allowing you to discuss the match’s main talking points within the best Sports Bar in town.
Our amazing new Fan Zone will also be fully open from 18:00 this evening.
The area provides an incredible vantage point to savour the pre-match atmosphere, watch the game and discuss all the main talking points after the final whistle.