Take a look at everything going on at the Mem tomorrow night!Tomorrow evening, Rovers welcome Walsall to The Memorial Stadium. Last time the sides met in 2001, Walsall thrashed Dave Penney’s Rovers 6-1.
Andy Butler headed in to put the hosts ahead and Matthew Gill smashed in a low shot to double the advantage.
Julian Gray volleyed in to put the Saddlers 3-0 up at half-time, before Jeff Hughes pulled one back just after the break with a low strike.
Matt Richards struck from 25 yards to restore Walsall's lead, before Alex Nicholls' volley and a second Butler header completed the rout.
Tickets are available for the new South West Stand, South Stand, Thatchers End, The Post Family Enclosure, West Enclosure and Dribuild Terrace. Rovers and Walsall supporters can pay on the day using the cash turnstiles. (Nearest cash machine-Gloucester Road Petrol Station)
We are expecting a crowd in excess of 8,000+ with over 600 visiting fans travelling from the West Midlands, therefore please arrive in good time to avoid queues.
Here’s your EFL SkyBet League One match day schedule for Bristol Rovers v Walsall on Tuesday 13th September 2016, 19:45.
09.00: The Club Shop opens for business with tickets on sale for our away games at Bradford, Swindon & Sheffield United.
16:00: The Ticket Office opens and will remain open right up to kick-off at 19:45 for supporters looking to buy home or away tickets for Bradford, Swindon & Sheffield United or alternatively collect tickets for today’s game.
Car Parking at the stadium opens to season permit holders, where attendants will direct car parking. Spaces are not available on a match-by-match basis. We advise supporter to use public transport, please visit https://www.firstgroup.com/bristol-bath-and-west/plan-journey/places-interest/sport/bristol-rovers-football-club. Roads in the immediate vicinity of the stadium are not subject to any parking prohibitions on match days, however drivers are asked to park sensibly and not obstruct resident’s driveways/access.
17:00: The Clubhouse Bar opens for Home supporters on a first-come, first-served basis. Live sport will be shown on the big screens.
Irene’s Kitchen Restaurant will be open in the Bristol Room, serving hot food from chips, burgers, hot dogs, pasties, pulled pork rolls, healthy wraps and lots more.
18:30: Stadium opens.
Families are welcome In the Bristol Post Family Terrace, there is a food kiosk where you can buy food and drinks. Captain Gas will make an appearance before kick-off.
Don’t forget to buy your 50-50 tickets to be in with a chance to win a substantial cash prize. Tickets will be available throughout the stadium before kick-off with the draw taking place at half-time. Look out for our Bristol Rovers Supporters Club 50-50 volunteers around the stadium.
Supporters will also be able to pick up the award winning official Matchday Programme, The Pirate, for a price of only £3.
19:45: Kick-off! It’s time to back Darrell Clarke’s team to victory. C’mon Rovers, C'mon You Blues!
20:30: At Half time, Nick Day will be your host for the interval. Listen out for the 50-50 and Helpline Draw. Kick it for a ticket is back, one lucky fan will try to win a season ticket for the final time.
21:30: On the final whistle, the Clubhouse Bar re-opens with Screen Soccer Highlights on the big screens before the bar closes.
Don’t miss any of the action and buy your tickets now to back The Gas at The Mem. Tickets are available, priced from £16 for adults, from £14 for 16-21 and from £5 for under-16s.
Simply visit www.brfctickets.com , select your area and add your tickets to the shopping basket.