Please read before attending this weekend's game...Fleetwood Town will host Preston North End this coming Sunday live on the Sky cameras with a 2.15pm kick-off at Highbury Stadium.
It is sure to be a busy day both on and off the pitch. Jim’s Sports Bar will be open from 11am for home supporters. Fans wishing to gain entry into Jim’s Sports Bar will need to present their home ticket for the game.
Happy Hour will commence straight away until noon with £2 a pint for Carlsberg, Somersby and Tetley’s. Jim’s will be open after the game with live football on the TV screen as Conor McLaughlin’s Northern Ireland tackle Finland in a Euro 2016 qualifier.
Red & Whites Café will also open at 11am with delicious hot food available on sale including fish and chips and burgers.
Turnstiles will open at 12.45pm and fans are advised to arrive early with queues expected.
Hospitality for the clash between the Cod Army and the Lilywhites has been sold out for months.
Spectators that have purchased tickets in hospitality can arrive at 11am at the Parkside main entrance.
The free Over Wyre Bus service will be in operation with the pick-up places and times as follows
Knott End (Working Men’s Club) – 12.15pm
Preesall (Black Bull pub) – 12.25pm
Stalmine (Seven Stars pub) – 12.30pm
Hambleton (Opposite the Shovels Inn) – 12.35pm
Poulton (River Wyre Pub) – 12.45pm
Under 12’s are to be accompanied by an adult, while free tickets will be provided to all Under 16’s, and adults can purchase their tickets for only £14! No booking is needed; simply arrive at pick up point.
Users of the Over Wyre Bus service are advised to purchase their tickets before matchday to ensure they are not disappointed as the game is expected to be sold out before the match.
Any fans travelling to the ground need to be aware of the road works on the A585 at the junction of Fleetwood Road, Garstang New Road and Windy Harbour in Singleton. All motorists are advised to set off in plenty of time to avoid the expected heavy traffic.
The 50/50 lottery draw will be available to enter with tickets just £1. Lottery agents will be scattered around the ground selling tickets. The winning number will be announced at half time.
The popular matchday programme, #codarmy, which features exclusive interviews with Nathan Pond and former Fleetwood and Preston favourite Sean Gregan will be on sale for £3.
Home fans are reminded that only a limited number of tickets remain on sale and the Club are expected to have sold out by Sunday morning.
The ticket office will be open from 9am-5pm every day including Saturday leading up to the match.