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24 March 2014

A look at the home of tomorrow's opponents

Highbury Stadium

Telephone: 01253 775080

Capacity:  5,094 (2,550 seated)
Away Capacity:  831
Average 2012/13 Attendance:  2,856

Tickets: Rovers have been given 400 tickets in the covered Percy Ronson Terrace, and 102 seats in Parkside Block G. Terrace tickets bought in advance are priced at £16 for adults, £11 for over 65s, £8 for U16s and free for U5s. Seats are priced at £18 for adults, £13 for over 65s, £10 for U16s and free for U5s. You have until midday tomorrow to buy your ticket in advance. Ticket prices will rise by £2 on the day of the game - expect U5s tickets, which remain free.

How To Get There:  Leave the M6 at Junction 32 and take the M55 towards Blackpool. Then leave the M55 at Junction 3 and take the A585 towards Fleetwood. On the outskirts of Fleetwood you will come to a roundabout, continue straight on towards Fleetwood but after the roundabout take the first left into Copse Road. After about a mile branch left and turn left onto to Radcliffe Road.Then take the next right into Stanley Road and the stadium is at the bottom of this road on your left. There is no parking for away supporters at the stadium itself but there is plenty of street parking available in the area. For the full directions from the Memorial Stadium click here

Sat Nav:  FY7 6TX

Distance:  211 miles
Duration:  3 hours 26 minutes

Away Facilities:  Away fans are mostly housed in the Percy Ronson terrace at one end of the stadium. This terrace which was opened in 2007, is covered, free from supporting pillars and affords a good view of the playing action. There is an away fans ticket office and programme booth situated outside the visiting supporters entrance. Jim's Sports Bar at the stadium is open for away supporters to get a drink and something to eat before the game.

Last visit: We paid our first ever trip to Highbury last season, and came away with a 3-0 win, thanks to goals from Danny Woodards, Eliot Richards and John-Joe O'Toole.

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