WOLVES U21s AT HOME – TUESDAY 3rd DECEMBER – GENERAL INFORMATION FOR SUPPORTERS
The Ammies face a young Wolves side at the first knockout state of the EFL Trophy. The winners will progress to the Third Round, to be played in January.
FOR HOME SUPPORTERS: CASH ADMISSION ON THE DAY FOR HOME SUPPORTERS IS AVAILABLE FOR THE WEST STAND TERRACE ONLY. THE SOUTH STAND WILL BE CLOSED FOR THIS GAME – SEATING FOR HOME SUPPORTERS IS AVAILABLE IN THE NORTH STAND.To purchase tickets online, please click HERE.
FOR AWAY SUPPORTERS: Wolves supporters can buy standing or seated tickets online – to purchase, click HERE.
Cash admission will be available for away supporters at Turnstile ‘A’.
HOME GAME TICKET PRICES
All prices apply to seated and standing tickets.
Under 5s: Free
Concession qualification: Those aged 60 or over, or between the ages of 5 and 16.
Students with current, dated ID aged 23 or under.
Online tickets can be printed off and brought to the game (recommended) or displayed on a suitable mobile device.
The online ticket system should be simple to use, but you must create an account to purchase tickets.
Online tickets can be purchased until 90 minutes prior to kick-off.
A £1 booking fee will be charged for each online order.
TO PURCHASE ONLINE TICKETS FOR THIS GAME PLEASE CLICK HERE.
TICKET DETAILS – where to enter the ground
Below – plan of the stadium, showing turnstile blocks and numbers
One big change this season is that all four stands are now segregated, each with its own turnstile. PLEASE NOTE – MATCH TICKETS will only allow admission at the appropriate turnstile (the turnstile number is printed on your season-ticket or match-ticket).
West Stand – Home terrace – STANDING ONLY – Turnstile Block ‘B’ (Nevile Road West) turnstiles 4,5 & 6. Admission is by match-ticket, season-ticket or cash at the turnstile. PLEASE NOTE: THIS AREA OF THE GROUND IS FOR HOME SUPPORTERS ONLY – AWAY FANS WILL BE TURNED AWAY OR EJECTED WITHOUT REFUND.
North Stand – Home seating – Turnstile Block ‘C’ (Moor Lane West) turnstiles 7 & 8. Admission is by match-ticket. No cash admission on the day.
South Stand – Home seating & standing – Closed for this game.
East Stand & North Stand Block ‘H’ – Away terrace and seats – Turnstile Block ‘A’ (Moor Lane East) turnstiles 1,2 & 3. Admission is by match-ticket and cash on the day.
SUPPORTERS USING WHEELCHAIRS
We can offer ground-level viewing areas for supporters using wheelchairs, with adjacent seats for carers. Numbers are limited, so places must be booked in advance – please contact the club (email@example.com) to arrange purchase.
Ambulant Disabled Supporters – Please note that the turnstiles for the North Stand lead to a flight of stairs once inside the ground. The turnstiles for the West Stand has level approaches and no stairs inside.
For away supporters accessing the East Stand / North Stand away seating – the forecourt for the away turnstiles can be accessed via a small number of steps from Moor Lane. There is also a gently sloping path that leads down to the forecourt – this path begins just to the west of the main doors of the North Stand and is accessible from Moor Lane.
Tickets can be purchased from the club office during the opening times listed below – please note that seat ticket availability is very limited.
TICKET OFFICE OPENING TIMES
We are currently selling tickets for the Swindon Town and Macclesfield Town home games. Also on sale are match and coach tickets for the trip to Colchester United (7/11)
Monday 2nd December – 10am to 1pm, 1:45pm to 4pm
Tuesday 3rd December – 1pm to 6pm
Ticket Office Phone Number: 0161 241 9772
Not available for this fixture.
AWAY SUPPORTER COACHES
Away coaches may drop supporters outside Turnstile ‘A’ on Moor Lane and one can park there during the match, alongside the team coach. Alternative coach parking is available on Kersal Road. Stewards will be happy to advise on the day.
If you have purchased a ticket for the seated area of the ground, please occupy the seat shown on your ticket.
CAR-PARKING AND PARK & RIDE SERVICE
The Park & Ride service will not be operating for this game.
Please note that a resident-only parking scheme operates around the ground for home games. Hours of operation for this game are 5pm and midnight. The extent of the zone is detailed below, in red. The club requests that supporters show consideration for our neighbours when choosing a place to park – please do not obstruct driveways and junctions.
North Stand – Situated in the northern section of the fanzone.
West Stand – Situated in the southern section of the fanzone.
East Stand (away supporters only) – Situated to the rear of the East Stand.
The ’92 bar – situated in the North Stand, will be available for supporters in that stand before the game and during half-time. After full-time, the bar will be open to all home supporters.
South Stand bar – Closed for this game.
In line with EFL policy, Salford City F.C. will take action against any supporter who uses a pyrotechnic device at our matches, or seeks to bring them into the stadium. The club will not hesitate to seek a banning order should a supporter breach this rule.
CONSUMPTION OF ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES
Alcoholic beverages cannot be consumed where there is a view of the playing field. The ’92 bar and private boxes are also subject to this regulation.
NO SMOKING ZONE
As per EFL regulations, supporters are not able to smoke or use e-cigarettes anywhere within the stadium.
Supporters are not allowed to bring drums or other musical instruments into the ground. Our stewards have been instructed to confiscate such items should an attempt be made to bring them into the ground..
Please note – Supporters are not allowed to encroach onto the playing field before, during or after games at The Peninsula Stadium. Any incursion onto the playing field may be reported by match officials to The FA /EFL, and action may be taken against the club as a result. We will scrutinise footage of any pitch incursion at The Peninsula Stadium and will not hesitate to take appropriate action against those responsible. Supporters apprehended during games will be ejected from the stadium and barred from future attendance. Incursion onto the pitch during the course of a game is a criminal offence and the club will support the prosecution of offenders.