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Crewe (A) Fixture Information

2 February 2024

Fixture News

Crewe (A) Fixture Information

2 February 2024

On Saturday 17th February we travel to Crewe Alexandra in SkyBet League Two, kick-off 3pm.

Visiting Supporters are seated in the Whitby Morrison Ice Cream Van Stand.

Tickets are available to buy online or in store until 4:30pm on Thursday 15th February.

Buy Tickets

All tickets are physical tickets (not e-tickets/pdfs). Therefore, please collect from our Official Club Store during opening times or email to arrange collection from the EnviroVent Stadium at half-time at our home games.

We can arrange for a small number of tickets to be collected on the day at the opposition’s Stadium if you cannot collect prior to the game. However, numbers are limited.

Ticket prices are as follows:

Away Fans Ticket Prices




Senior Citizens


12-16 years







The Independent Supporters Club will be running a coach. Contact Jordan on 07989 969575 to book and for any further information.


Getting to the Mornflake Stadium

Crewe Alexandra have complied a comprehensive guide on how to get to the Mornflake Stadium to make sure you don’t have any problems getting here on matchdays.


Crewe Alexandra is just a five-minute walk from Crewe train station, with great links to the country it's easy to get here.
Once you arrive at the train station, (you can see the ground), turn left out of the main entrance and walk down to the second left, marked with the road sign Gresty Road. Then the ground is just a short walk down the road.


Crewe Alexandra Football Club can be accessed by two junctions off the M6, but please note that it is easier to get here by leaving at junction 16.
Exit the M6 and follow signs for Crewe on the A500 and then the A5020, at the roundabout take the 3rd exit and continue to the next roundabout, take the first exit continuing to follow signs for Crewe Town Centre and Crewe Railway Station.
Pass Crewe Hall on your right, and at the next roundabout continue forward down Weston Road. Away supporters parking is street parking and can be found on the industrial estate on Weston Road on the right-hand side, this is approximately a ten minute walk to the ground. If you continue down to the roundabout this will take you towards the ground, take the first left at the roundabout and continue past the train station. Take the second left down Gresty Road and continue down to the junction and the ground is on your left.

If you require the postcode for Sat Nav, it is CW2 6EB.


There is a 564 space pay and display car park at the ground.


If you are travelling by coach to the ground, coaches drop off outside the away end on Gresty Road and pick up from the same point; there is no charge for coach parking.



Select Collection as your delivery method

Your ticket will be left at the Away Ticket Office for your collection on the day of the game.

Or if you haven't all already purchased your tickets for the game, the away ticket office situated next to your turnstiles is open from 12noon for Saturday fixtures, and cash or card is accepted. Any ticket collections will also be left here.


Please make your way to the turnstile number indicated on your ticket, turnstiles will open an hour before kick-off, each ticket has a single scan barcode/QR code admitting one entry to the Mornflake stadium, once inside the stadium please follow the signs to find your block where you will be seated, if you have any trouble locating your seat, then please ask the nearest steward for assistance.

Smoking and e-cigarettes are not permitted once inside the Mornflake Stadium.


Matchday (turnstiles open)

At least two stewards are placed outside each entrance with the responsibility of searching any bags brought into the stadium. In addition to this, stewards are briefed to randomly search supporters and in particular tap down supporters with bulky jackets.

Please note that all supporters will be asked to open their jackets/ coats.


All 72 EFL clubs have signed up to a new Chairman’s Charter to help put an end to the dangerous use of pyrotechnics, which include smoke bombs, flares, and fireworks within EFL football grounds.

In conjunction with police forces around the country, EFL clubs will take strong and decisive action against any fan found attempting to bring a banned item into a ground.

The same will apply to supporters who choose to discharge pyrotechnics within a stadium environment. Police should be informed of such incidents and consideration given to a prosecution and subsequent banning order, where sufficient evidence is forthcoming of a criminal offence.

Any supporter found to be in breach of the terms of the charter will face a minimum three-season club ban. Clubs will be permitted the flexibility to reduce the length of the Club ban should an offender recognise the danger of their actions.


The Railwaymen Bar & Lounge can be found adjacent to the Whitby Morrison Stand and opens from 12noon for Saturday fixtures and 5.30pm for evening games, showing live Football from BT and Sky Sports.

A selection of hot and cold food is also served in here as well as vegetation options and pre-match beer prices are available.

Visiting supporters are welcome pre-match in the Bar & Lounge.


There are many pubs within walking distance to the ground which are all away fan friendly, The Corner Bar at the Royal Hotel, The Cheshire Inn and the Brunswick. If you park on the Industrial Estate just off Weston Road you will pass the Brocklebank Pub, which is a Brewers Fayre outlet.

There are also many various takeaway outlets along Nantwich Road and the surrounding area, along with Benny’s Fish and Chip shop opposite the ground.


A wide range of items are available, including burgers, Wrights pies, cheeseburgers and hot dogs as well as a range hot and cold drinks, and a selection of confectionary and crisps.


The Mornflake Stadium upholds the highest standards of Health and Safety. The following guidance is in line with the stadium’s grounds regulations.

- We know that many supporters like to display flags at football matches and the Mornflake Stadium will always be as accommodating as possible.

- Flags are not generally confiscated, however the obstruction of gangways, access routes, exits, and entrances, health and safety signage and stairways are strictly forbidden.

- In the event of an emergency we must have all access and exit points clear.

- Mornflake Stadium reserves the right to confiscate flags if they are very large or may compromise public safety, obscure someone’s view, a camera position or if a flag carries offensive, discriminatory, or inflammatory messaging.

- Flags more than 250cm in size at their widest or longest section will not be allowed and flagpoles greater than 1m in length will not allowed.

- Any articles that could potentially be used as a weapon and/or compromise public safety are strictly prohibited.


For details of disabled facilities please contact Beverley Dyer, Disabled Liaison Officer on 01270 213014 ext. 3100

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