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Fans invited to Eric Whalley Stand

28 September 2018

Stanley supporters can be the first to watch the Reds in action from the Eric Whalley Stand sponsored by Studio.co.uk on Tuesday.

John Coleman's side host Doncaster Rovers in League One action on Tuesday 2nd October, kick-off 7.45pm, and Reds fans with a valid match ticket will get the first chance to watch live action from the brand new stand.

The stand is due to open fully in December, after building work on the concourse is complete, but Stanley supporters with a matchday ticket for either the HML Recycling Jack Barrett Main Stand or William Dyer Electrical Stand will be able watch Tuesday's game, in full or in part, from the Eric Whalley Stand sponsored by Studio.co.uk.

Tickets remain on sale from the ticket office at the Wham Stadium, and will be available to purchase on the day. Supporters will be able to move freely to and from the new stand.

The Reds' recorded their first home win of the 2018/19 campaign last Saturday, beating AFC Wimbledon 2-1 in an entertaining game, and will play their first home game under lights since beating Yeovil Town to secure promotion to League One back in April.

Tickets are on sale from the ticket office weekdays from 10am until 4pm, or supporters can purchase them over the phone by calling 01254 356950.

Admission prices:

  • £20 Adults
  • £15 Concessions
  • £10 12-17
  • £5 Under 12 (*U12s must be accompanied by an adult)

Season Ticket holders will also be able to watch the match from the Eric Whalley Stand sponsored by Studio.co.uk on Tuesday night, however please be aware that the club has no immediate plans to sell season tickets in the new stand.

When the stand is opened, seats will be sold to home supporters 'Block by Block', starting with Block A until full and followed by Blocks B, C and D.

There is currently no opportunity to move Season Ticket holders into the Eric Whalley Stand sponsored by Studio.co.uk.

Selling 'Block by Block' gives the club flexibility to use a ‘moveable' segregation line to allow an increase in allocation for home or away fans as match sales dictate, without having to relocate Season Ticket holders on a match by match basis.


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