We welcome Wrexham AFC to The EnviroVent Stadium on Tuesday 28th November in what is set to be our highest ever home league attendance.
Any remaining tickets will be sold via the below link only. There will be no sales over the phone, at the ground or from our club store.
Tuesday's match programme will be available to purchase for £3 inside the ground on matchday.
Programmes will also be able to read online, free of charge 24 hours prior to kick-off via the below link.
How to Follow
If you are unable to attend the match, updates will be provided across our social media channels and via our Live Match Centre, where text and audio commentary can be accessed.
Our match against Wrexham will also be available to view on iFollow, in the UK and overseas.
Turnstiles open at the earlier time of 5.30pm for this match, along with our supporters' bars and matchday food kiosks.
In our marquee and EnviroVent bar will be a Happy Hour from 5.30-6.30pm, where all draught beers will be reduced to £3.
You will find our marquee bar located between the GH Brooks and Black Sheep stand, and our Supporters bar between underneath the EnviroVent Stand, next to the Exercise.co.uk hospitality suite.
Both bars serve a range of alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks, including 'Yellow Black Army' and Black Sheep's popular 'Respire'.
We've also get a special guest DJ performance from Mark Green who will be providing our pre-match entertainment, so make sure you're in the ground nice and early!
Hot and cold food is available from multiple locations inside our ground, for a full matchday menu click here.
Our friendly mascot Harry Gator will be in attendance, meeting supporters before the match and at half-time.
Supporters can buy a range of merchandise from our new-look club shop inside the stadium, located next to the North Gate. Open from 5.30pm, our shop sells replica shirts, accessories, match programmes and more.
We would like to remind supporters that they must not throw items of any sort onto the pitch.
The club is aware of, and concerned by, the increasing number of occurrences of items being thrown, which contravene the EFL ground regulations.
all items thrown are considered missiles, regardless of what is thrown and whether or not it hits anyone.
Any supporter identified by the clubs CCTV will be issued a significant club ban and may also face potential police action.