The Sky Blues have sold just over 1400 tickets in advance for Saturday’s game at Accrington Stanley.
The match is 3pm kick-off at the Wham Stadium.
Around 400 tickets will be available to buy on the gate on Saturday from the away ticket office at Accrington.
TICKET INFO & PRICES:
Adult - £20
Seniors (64+) - £15
NUS - £15
Under 18 - £15
Under 12 - £5
HOW TO BUY:
Fans can buy at the away ticket office (blue building) which can be found to the left of the away turnstiles – this is cash only.
COLLECTIONS, QUERIES AND FEES:
Where ticket collection is chosen, tickets can be collected from the Butts Park Arena Ticket Office until 4pm on Friday 13th October.
The delivery option was available until Tuesday 10th October at 2pm. Uncollected tickets will be available at Accrington’s away ticket office on the day for collection.
If you have chosen delivery for your ticket and it does not arrive, please contact the Ticket Office at Butts Park Arena on the morning of Friday 6th October – via e-mail on firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling 024 7699 2335.
For general ticket queries, please e-mail CCFCtickets@ticketmaster.co.uk or call 0333 321 3134 (Mon-Fri, 9am-5pm).
COACH TRAVEL TO THE WHAM STADIUM:
All coach seat prices are £19 per person. Coaches will leave from White Street Coach Park, CV1 5FX at 10am.
To book coach tickets, please phone the call centre on 0844 453 9134, visit the Ticket Office at the Butts Park Arena or go online to eticketing.co.uk/CCFC.
The postcode for the Wham Stadium is BB5 5BX. A sat nav will lead you to the ground. Please be aware that there is limited parking for fans at the Stadium at a cost of £5. Spaces can be booked beforehand by ringing the club on 01254 356950. There is plenty of on- street parking on the streets around the ground. Please park responsibly.
A limited number of disabled car parking spaces are available to away fans by ringing the club, at least 24 hours beforehand, on 01254 356950.
Directions to the Wham Stadium.
From the M65
Leave the M65 at Junction 7, taking the Clitheroe turn off the roundabout. Turn right at the first set of traffic lights opposite Clayton Business Park, following the A678. Follow the road over the canal bridge to the next set of traffic lights. Turn right again going over the motorway bridge and towards Accrington on the A680. Carry straight on at the next set of lights with the Greyhound pub on your right. Follow the road as it bends to the right and then take the first left after the Crown pub into Livingstone Road.
From the M66
At the end of the M66 follow the A56 until you come to the Rising Bridge roundabout. Take the first turning, the A680 towards Accrington for around 3 miles. Follow the ring road dual carriageway around the town centre. At the fourth set of lights, opposite the Castle pub, turn right to rejoin the A680. Follow this road up the hill for approximately 1 mile, Livingstone Road is approx 400 yards past Accrington Victoria Hospital on the right.
Visiting coaches are advised to park on Livingstone Road adjacent to the Away fans’ entrance . Coaches will be asked to pass the ground, turn around at the bottom of Livingstone Rd, and park on the right hand side.
The journey time from Coventry is approximately 3 hours via Preston.
Trains depart at 0730, 0842, 0942 and 1042 arriving in Accrington at 1044, 1144, 1242 and 1342 respectively.
Return journeys leave Accrington at 1723, 1823 and 1923 arriving in Coventry at 2030, 2124, and 2246 respectively.
Directions from the station
Accrington railway station is approx a 20 min walk to the Wham Stadium.
Leave the station following the railway viaduct down to the main roundabout and head up the hill past the Aldi supermarket on your left, at the top of the hill turn left (Whalley Road) follow this road uphill and through the traffic lights at the hospital. After the mini roundabout, Livingstone Road is the next right turn and the ground is on your left.
Staying over - Hotels and B&Bs in the area
- Norwood Guest House (across from the stadium) Tel: 01254 398132
- Maple Lodge Guest House (3/4 mile) Tel: 01254 301284
- Mercure Dunkenhalgh Hotel (1 mile) Tel: 01254 303400 Quote ‘Accrington Stanley’ for discounted rates.
- Sparth House Hotel (1 mile) Tel: 01254 872263
- Travelodge Blackburn with Darwen services (6 miles) Tel: 0871 984 6122
- Holiday Inn Express Burnley (6 miles) Tel: 01282 8559550
Supporters can be searched prior to entering the stadium. Thorough searches will be carried out by ASFC stewards at the turnstiles.
Any supporters found with prohibited items in their possession may be arrested. Copies of the Ground Regulations are displayed at the turnstiles and can be found online at www.accringtonstanley.co.uk
Away supporters are accommodated on the coppice terrace, which does not have a roof and in seats in the Whinney Hill stand.
Prices are the same to stand or sit.
Disabled supporters in wheelchairs are accommodated in the main stand. This is not with the away supporters but is undercover and close to the away accommodation.
Supporters with Medium and High disability who require a carer, pay the full price whilst the carer is admitted free.
Matchday programmes are available outside the ground and are priced at £3.
There are concessions in the away end (Coppice Terrace and Whinney Hill seating) for visiting supporters supplying hot and cold drinks including alcohol. Please be aware there are no cash machines at the stadium or facilities to use debit or credit cards.
There are pubs that welcome away fans close to the ground, in the town centre and on the way from the town centre to the stadium. The Crown Pub is the nearest, located just 50 yards from the ground and serves food.
Lost property Any property found within the stadium will be held at reception. Supporters can contact reception on 01254 356950