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A guide for supporters attending Rochdale fixture

19 November 2021

Walsall host Rochdale tomorrow afternoon for what’s set to be an eventful day Banks’s Stadium.

Here is a useful guide for supporters attending tomorrow’s game.



There will be an extra 1600+ young supporters at tomorrow’s match thanks to our Community Programme’s school partners initiative.

We’re expecting a bumper crowd at the Banks’s Stadium and we hope everyone enjoys their day!



Following from tonight’s Millennium Event, a number of Saddlers legends will be in attendance at tomorrow’s match.

Legendary former manager Ray Graydon and players from that famous 3-2 victory over Reading in the Division Two Play-off final in 2001 will be in attendance at the game.

They will be interviewed in the Stadium Suite and some will also be interviewed in the Bonser Suite and Community Hub.

They will also come onto the pitch at half-time!

More details here



The Ticket Office will be open from 11am right up until kick-off.

We would like to advise supporters to arrive as early as possible and in plenty of time as we are expecting long queues.



The Stadium Suite will be open from Midday.

It will also be open at half-time and after the game to supporters in the Middle and Upper tier.

The Millennium Legends will be speaking in the Stadium Suite from 1.30pm up until the run up to kick-off.

They will also be in there after the game.

A pop-up bar will also be in operation in the Stadium Suite.



Please note that the Bonser Suite will close from 5.30pm due to a function.

The Millennium Legends will not visit the Bonser Suite post-match but they will be in the Stadium Suite after the match.



The Mick Kearns Community Hub will be open before the game, at half-time and after the game to supporters in the Lower Tier.



Programmes will be on sale around the stadium and at the Club Shop for £3.

This week's edition features and exclusive interview with Jack Earing.



The Fanzone will be open from 1pm in the St Francis Group Community Stand.



We would like to remind supporters that the Banks’s Stadium is now a cashless venue.

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