Stadium Guide: v Tranmere Rovers (H) Stadium Guide: v Tranmere Rovers (H)

Stadium Guide: v Tranmere Rovers (H)

Here is our guide to all-things Poundland Bescot Stadium ahead of Saturday's meeting between the Saddlers and Tranmere Rovers.
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Here is your handy guide to all-things Poundland Bescot Stadium as the Saddlers prepare to welcome Tranmere Rovers for Saturday afternoon's League Two clash.


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.

Want to beat the queues? The club recently 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

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 are a variety of Fan Zones dotted around the ground including in the undercroft between the Tile Choice Main Stand and Poundland Stand, as well as the Poundland Stand itself along with the Community Stand.

Activities in the New Supporters' Zone include;

- A pop up bar
- A DJ
- A concession unit
- Face painting
- Inflatable goal

There will also be a concession unit in the Poundland Stand, as well as a Junior Fan Zone in the Experienced Energy Solutions Community Stand, which will be open from 1.00pm.


The Club will be holding a quiz at half-time for supporters to participate in.

There will be five questions in total and they will be read out and displayed on the scoreboard during the interval.

Supporters will have until the end of tomorrow’s game to enter and a winner will be selected at random and announced in due course via the club's social media channels.

To be in with a chance of winning some prizes, simply tweet your answers using the hashtag #SaddlersQuiz.


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.


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, to buy your, click here.


Prostate Cancer UK are once again hosting a series of epic marathon marches this September as the football community unites against the most common cancer in men – and the West Midlands leg visits the Poundland Bescot Stadium this afternoon.

The leading men’s health charity will visit iconic football venues across the nation, also marching across Greater Manchester, the South Coast and London. Football fans will come together for this unforgettable event, marching, sharing stories, and fundraising to help save men's lives.

The 26.2-mile West Midlands route kicks off at Birmingham City’s St Andrew’s ground, and the first stint takes walkers to Edgbaston Stadium, home of Warwickshire CCC. They then head to Aston Villa and from Villa Park the route visits the Poundland Bescot Stadium, with the Saddlers, despite being in League Two action against Tranmere Rovers this afternoon, offering the penultimate stop of the day. The route continues across the Black Country and finishes at Molineux, home of Wolverhampton Wanderers.

Prostate cancer affects 1 in 8 men in the UK. That’s thousands of dads, grandads, partners, brothers, uncles, sons and mates. That’s our fellow Saddlers. By supporting the Football March and raising money, you’ll help fund lifesaving research into earlier prostate cancer diagnosis, better treatment and essential support services for men. Good luck to everyone participating"


The Stadium Suite will be open from 12.00pm 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 the programme – Saddlers Shout will be available around the ground, at the Ticket Office and at the Club Shop.

Pick up a copy for just £3!


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