Ticket details for this weekend's game
A trip to fellow promotion hopefuls Oxford United on the 5th April will be the next assignment Graham Alexander and his side must face on the road.
When the two sides last met on the Fylde coast at the end of November, Oxford were in fact top of the table, and needed a late Dave Kitson goal to rescue a point, after Steven Schumacher had opened the scoring for Town.
Since that game, Oxford have had a change in manager, with Chris Wilder departing for Northampton Town and now former Wycombe boss Gary Waddock is in charge.
Adult £19 advance & £21.50 on the day
Student £15.50 & £17.50
Over 65 £11.50 & £12.50
Under 16 £11.50 & £12.50
Under 7 FREE
Six pairs of Wheelchair spaces available, prices as above (includes free carer)
Ambulant disabled on Medium to High DLA prices as above (includes free carer)
How to get there?
Leave the M40 at Junction 7. At the end of the slip road, turn left onto the A329 signposted Little Milton and Stadhampton and you will see signs for the B480. Continue forward on the B480 (through Stadhampton and Chiselhampton) for approx 8 miles until you reach a main roundabout.
Take the first exit signposted Reading& the Bowlplex and the Kassam Stadium is approx 1 mile on the right hand side.
There are 1,600 car parking spaces at the stadium itself, which are free. However, the car parks tend to fill up fast, so try and arrive early if you can. An additional 400 parking spaces are available at the Ozone cinema and bowling alley complex adjacent to the stadium, which are also free to use.
Season ticket holders £10 – Non ST holders £20
For further details please telephone 01253 775080