It’s Grand National Day this Saturday when we welcome Southend to Highbury in an important Sky Bet League One fixture.
Following the match, don’t forget to stay on site for the big race which starts at 5.15pm. The race will be shown live in Jim’s Bar and in the Parkside Suite for hospitality guests.
See below key details ahead of your visit to Highbury on Saturday.
Tickets for our trip to Blackpool on Easter Monday – along with all other remaining matches this season – are available in the club shop from 9am.
Our trip to Bloomfield Road and our away trip to Barnsley are key fixtures and we want as much support as possible – so come and join us!
From 2:30pm there will be first team players in the club shop – so make sure you bring your cameras and autograph books and meet some of the Cod Army squad!
Ticket collection information
Match tickets are available for collection from 9am from the main Ticket Office. If you are collecting on matchday after 11am, please collect from the White Ticket Collection Booth, located outside the main Ticket Office.
Before the game don’t forget to visit the club shop for all your Fleetwood Town goodies, and remember you can go and have something to eat and drink and watch the live football in Jim’s Bar, before you go to your ticket zone.
Food and drink
Jim’s Bar is open on Saturday from 12noon, with food and drink available for both sets of supporters. Live sport will be shown on the big screens and TVs around the bar, and they are as follows:
- Norwich v QPR will be shown pre match from 12.30pm
- Manchester City v Brighton will be shown post match from 5.30pm
- The Grand National will be shown at 5.15pm in both Jim’s Bar and the Parkside Suite
A range of hot food is available from Red and White’s Food Kiosk while you are in Jim’s Bar.
During the game there are food and drink kiosks available in four areas of the ground.
The Percy Ronson Stand has its own food and drink kiosk as does Jim’s Food kiosk which services both the Highbury and Memorial Stands.
The Parkside Stand has a home kiosk which serves food and alcohol to be consumed inside the concourse.
Our visitors from Southend who are in the Parkside Stand away section are serviced by the Parkside away kiosk which also has food and alcohol available inside the concourse. Those in the Percy Ronson terrace can migrate to obtain alcohol from the Parkside Away kiosks and bar.
See you on Saturday and enjoy the experience!