Supporters information for tomorrow's match...
BARNSLEY FOOTBALL CLUB
Barnsley have played their home games at Oakwell since 1888 – the year after the club’s formation.
Visiting supporters are situated in the Palmer Construction North Stand - the newest stand at Oakwell - which holds 6,000.
The two-tiered Pukka Pies East Stand is the largest stand with a capacity of over 7,000.
The CK Beckett South Stand houses the most vocal Barnsley supporters, while the classic-looking Hayselden West (Main) Stand was erected in 1904.
The Dimensions Stand, in the South-East corner, accommodates disabled fans.
TRAVEL INFORMATION (courtesy of barnsleyfc.co.uk)
If you are traveling to Oakwell on the motorway leave the M1 at Junction 37 and take the A628 towards Barnsley.
Stay on this road, following the signs, and you will see the ground on your right.
Barnsley railway station is a five to ten minute walk from the stadium.
This station is served by trains running between Sheffield and Leeds.
From the train station turn right towards the traffic light, then turn left and walk towards the flyover.
Go under the bridge and turn left up Grove Street.
The ground is at the bottom of the hill.
There are car parks located at the ground.
Close by Oakwell is the Metrodome Leisure Centre where there is a car park for visiting supporters, called Queens Ground (postcode S71 1AN).
Walsall fans have been allocated an initial 300 unreserved seat tickets for the Palmer Construction. Ltd North Stand.
The prices are:
17-21 year olds: £16
12-15 year olds: £10
Disabled supporters’ price is relevant to age category with carer free of charge.
Junior tickets will not be available on the day of the game and should therefore be purchased in advance from the Banks’s Stadium Ticket Office.
Should tickets be available on the day of the game, it will be cash only on the North Stand turnstiles.