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FANS GUIDE: Important info for Semi-Final First-Leg

All you need to know ahead of Sunday

14 May 2022

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Swindon Town Football Club would like to make fans aware of some important information ahead of our game against Port Vale on Sunday.

Ben Garner's team face a huge game as they take on The Valiants in the First-Leg of the 2021-22 EFL Sky Bet League Two Playoff Semi-Final at The County Ground.

Kick-Off is at 12pm and the game will be shown live on Sky Sports.

Here's all the important information you need to know ahead of Sunday...

TURNSTILES

All turnstiles will be open from 10:30am on Sunday, as will the Media Gate at the end of the Arkell's John Trollope Stand for the press

MATCH TICKETS

TICKETS ARE SOLD OUT FOR THIS GAME

Store Opening Times:

Sunday 15th May - 9am-Kick-Off

BARS

The Legends Lounge will be open from 10am for home fans ONLY with a match ticket, and will be open after the game until 4:00pm.

The Manchester City v West Ham United game will be shown in the afternoon. 

Bar 71 will be open for AWAY FANS from 10am.

Programme 

Our full 64-page Official Matchday Magazine is back on Sunday, and it is jam packed with features, interviews and much, much more!

This will be on sale in STFC Store and outside the ground prior to the game on Sunday.

Fans can also digitally download our Official Matchday Programme for just £2.50, by clicking HERE.

Car Parking

  • At the County Ground on Sunday, there will be NO parking available on the day. Only pre-booked parking is available which includes Blue Badge.
  • If you have booked parking, please be aware that it is likely that you won’t have your same spot as previous years due to changes in the car park layout.
  • Please be considerate to car parking officials as this is something they can’t control.
  • Any queries from Sunday, please contact the Football Club later in the week with your concerns.

We look forward to seeing you on Sunday!

There will be a number of customer care stewards and some friendly faces around the ground to help and assist supporters.

 


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