Walsall Football Club have sold out their allocation of 1,434 tickets for tomorrow’s npower League One derby at Shrewsbury Town. As this fixture is an all-ticket affair, supporters without tickets are advised not to attend.
Parking is only available for disabled supporters, coaches and minibuses. There is very limited street parking and supporters are reminded that parking enforcement officers will be on duty throughout the day and all restrictions will be strictly enforced.
However there is a free Park-&-Ride at Meole Brace which is around half a mile away from Greenhous Meadow, please note there will be no buses running on the day.
All supporters will be subject to a search and are advised to leave all unnecessary items at home and allow sufficient time to be searched and gain access to the stadium.
There will be no alcohol on sale in the stadium and supporters are advised not to consume excess alcohol on the day of the game.
West Midlands Police, in conjunction with West Mercia Police, have decided not to designate a public house to away supporters and issued this statement regarding the issue;
“There are no designated away pubs. This does not mean that no pubs will accept away fans.
"The Brooklands Public House which was mentioned previously as being available to Walsall fans has closed down and will not be re-opening in the near future.
"Wetherspoons in Shrewsbury Town Centre will NOT be accepting away fans - this is the pubs decision and nothing to do with the respective police forces.
"All other pubs in Shrewsbury Town Centre will have door staff on duty, it is up to the door staff / licencee who they allow to use the pub.”
Despite there being no designated pub, this does not mean no public house will accept away supporters, but it is decision of the manger/licensee who they allow into their building.