Stadium Guide: v Colchester United (H) Stadium Guide: v Colchester United (H)
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Stadium Guide: v Colchester United (H)

Here is your essential guide to all things Poundland Bescot Stadium ahead of this evening's fixture.
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Here is your handy guide to all-things Poundland Bescot Stadium as the Saddlers prepare to welcome Colchester United for this evening's League Two clash.


Walsall Football Club shares the sorrow of the nation following the passing of Her late Majesty, Queen Elizabeth. Our thoughts and condolences are with the Royal Family.

We will be paying our respects with a minute’s silence before tonight’s match and the players will wear black armbands.


Tickets for the game are still available to purchase. The Ticket Office will be open right up until kick-off.

Supporters are reminded that Under-12s can watch all home league games for free by joining Swifty's Squad and attending each match with a full-paying adult or senior citizen.

Click here for more information on ticket prices.

Please arrive as early as possible as we expect it to be busy.

Want to beat the queues? We have now introduced the option for supporters to scan a QR code to purchase tickets. Posters will be dotted around the ground; simply scan the code and you will be taken directly to our e-ticketing site.

Supporters are reminded to please sit in the seat you are allocated.

You can still purchase tickets for the game online here.


The Club Shop at the Poundland Bescot Stadium is open right up until kick-off.

Please allow yourself plenty of time to be able to browse around the shop.


There is a Supporters Zone in the undercroft between the Tile Choice Main Stand and Poundland Stand.

In this area at tonights’s game, supporters will find

- A pop up bar
- A concession unit

We are pleased to confirm there will also be a concession unit in the Poundland Stand.


The Club recently launched a text service for supporters to anonymously report any incidents of discrimination they see or hear inside or outside Poundland Bescot Stadium.

Supporters are reminded that discrimination of any kind will not be tolerated.

If you see or hear any forms of discriminative behaviour, please text 07585 858030 with details of the incident and location in the stadium to report it.


The Junior Fan Zone in the Experienced Energy Solutions Community Stand will be open from 6.15pm this evening.


Tonight’s match will be streamed live on iFollow to UK and international viewers and is available for £10.

Audio match passes are also available for just £2.50.

Buy your pass here.


The Stadium Suite will be open from 6pm to all home supporters.

It will also be open during the half-time interval but will close at the end of the half-time break and will not be open after the game.

This will be the case for the entirety of the 2022/23 season.

We expect the suite to be busy before the match. It is licensed to a certain capacity and should we reach that capacity, we will be unable to accommodate further supporters so please be aware entry to the Stadium Suite is on a first come first serve basis.


The Mick Kearns Community Hub, situated in the lower tier, will be open before the game and at half-time to supporters in the lower tier.

It will also be open after the game to ALL home supporters.


Colchester supporters in the traditional away end behind the goal will have access to the away bar in the concourse.

A guide for first-time visitors can be found, here.


The latest edition of our programme – Saddlers Shout will be available around the ground, at the Ticket Office and at the Club Shop.

Tonight's programme includes an exclusive interview with Brandon Comley and Joss Labadie picks his dream five-a-side team of players he has played with.

Pick up a copy for just £3!


Supporters are reminded that Poundland Bescot Stadium remains a cashless venue.
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