Ahead of our encounter with Swindon Town this Saturday, we have put together a matchday guide for supporters.
Match Ticket Sales
The game against Swindon Town this weekend is all ticket. This means there will be no on the day tickets available for fans to purchase. Tickets are on sale on non-matchday's from the club Superstore (10am-4pm) and can also be purchased online.
Print at Home tickets are the easiest way of securing your match ticket. When purchasing via this method you will receive a printable PDF, which when printed becomes your match tickets. Print at home tickets should be printed prior to arrival at the ground, however, these can also be scanned from a smartphone, but the success of this depends on things like screen quality, cracks, brightness, size on screen etc. Our team will be on hand to assist with any issues with Print at Home tickets on Saturday.
Online tickets will be available up until midnight on Friday, 1st October.
The matchday ticket office will be open from 10am on Saturday for ticket collections and future fixture ticket sales.
To avoid queues, we advise supporters to proceed through the turnstiles in good time ahead of kick-off.
Entry to the Stadium
As part of our dialogue with both the local police authorities and Swindon Town – we are asking supporters to enter and exit the stadium footprint via the Main Gate or the Memorial Gates. The Trubshaw Close entrance will be used for away supporters only.
Bars and Kiosks
The Thatchers Bar will open to home fans only and will be open at 11am, alongside Irene's Kitchen, with the Butcombe Bar opening at 1:30pm.
We are advising supporters to use cashless payments as much as possible - with card terminals now in place at the stadium's bar and refreshment outlets.
The Superstore at the Mem will be open from 10am. Head to the store to grab your replica shirts, training wear and a whole range of Rovers themed merchandise. The new retail unit opposite the Thatchers Terrace will be open at midday on Saturday.
50:50 tickets will be on sale around the stadium footprint. The proceeds from the 50:50 tickets go towards the Academy, helping the next generation of players coming through the youth ranks.