It's set to be a busy day tomorrow!The Club have confirmed their ‘WHAT'S ON GUIDE’ at Highbury ahead of tomorrow’s game for all fans to take note.
We have plenty of activities for fans to enjoy pre-match at Highbury with home turnstiles opening at 12pm for this game.
Our VIP areas in the Parkside Suite are sold out with over 250 guests enjoying hospitality courtesy of our partners Twelve. Former players Jamie Milligan and John Hills will be joining us as matchday guests ahead of the game.
Jim’s Bar will be open to home fans pre-match from 12pm with happy hour on until 1pm. You can also take in Man City v Stoke City live on Sky Sports from 12.45pm. Please arrive early as we expect Jim’s to be very busy leading up to kick-off.
Our Community Trust will be conducting pre-match activities with representatives from Fleetwood Town Juniors who are ball boys and guards of honour.
Thornton Cleveleys brass band will be playing pitch side opposite the Parkside Stand as part of the build up to kick-off from 2.15pm – 2.45pm.
Flags have been distributed in and around the stadium for fans to commemorate FTFC and St George’s Day ahead of kick off.
Cod Army fans sat in Parkside Stand blocks B and C will be asked to support a St George’s flag card display
Once the teams walk out onto the pitch, both sets of fans will be asked to join them to sing the national anthem. The teams will then kick-off for a huge 90 minutes of football!
If you can’t make it, tune in to Cod Army player or follow us on Twitter @ftfc for up to date action on the game.
The 50/50 draw winner will be announced and a big prize is expected tomorrow so make sure you get your tickets at £1. 50/50 sponsored by Granada Fish Bar.
Our Fleetwood Town Juniors will conduct a parade from the Highbury Stand to the Parkside Stand tunnel at half time with the next generation of youngsters waving to the crowd.
All the usual birthday and special announcements will be made via our big screen.
Our match sponsors F Parkinson will select the man of the match and present him with his award on the pitch.
Jim’s Bar will be open to home fans after the game and you can watch Everton v Manchester United from 5.15pm.
An action packed day is in store, so we hope our fans across the stadium can create a fantastic atmosphere and help Fleetwood Town to a massive three points.