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BURTON GROUND GUIDE

21 November 2013

A look at the home of this weekend's opponents

The Pirelli Stadium


Telephone: 01283 565 938 


Website: www.burtonalbionfc.co.uk


Capacity: 6,912 (2,034 Seated) 


Tickets: Tickets for our trip to Burton will be pay on the day. Supporters Club coaches leave Kinsgwood at 10.15am and the Memorial Stadium at 10.45am. Coach fare is £15.


Terrace tickets are priced at £15 for adults, £13 for over 65s and 17-22, and £5 for U16s, while seats are £18 for adults, £16 for over 65s and 17-22 and £8 for U16s. Seats can be purchased in advance by calling 01283 565938.


How To Get There: Leave the M1 at junction 22 and join the A511 towards Coalville/Burton. Turn right at the junction of the A5121, towards Burton North. Just before the next roundabout you will see the stadium on your right. Turn right at the roundabout into Princess Way. A short distance along Princess Way on the right, is the entrance to the Club Car Park.

There is a large car park at the ground which costs £2. Alternative car parking is available at the Ryknild Trading Estate, by the roundabout leading to Princess Way. Otherwise street parking.

For alternative directions, clickhere


SatNav: DE13 0AR 

Duration:
 2 hours 13 minutes 
Distance: 127 miles


Away Facilities Away fans are predominantly housed in the Coors East Stand Terrace at one end of the ground, where just over 1,400 fans can be accommodated. In addition 400 seats are also made available to visiting supporters in the Main Stand. As you would expect from a modern stadium, the view of the playing action and facilities are good. There is also a bar for away supporters which is open until 15 minutes after the second half has started.

Last visit: Rovers' last visit to Burton was in October last year, with the two teams sharing the points in a 1-1 draw. David Clarkson got the goal for Rovers on the half hour mark.


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