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Sheffield Wednesday Match Information

3 August 2017

Ahead of the first game of the season, please can supporters take the time to read the following information before the visit of Sheffield Wednesday.

Supporters are reminded to arrive early this weekend with a big crowd expected, and therefore those yet to purchase or collect tickets for the game are advised to do so ahead of Saturday where possible to avoid queues.

There are still over 1,500 season tickets to be collected and supporters are urged to not leave collections until last minute.

The ticket office is open from 8am until 6pm this week to allow as many supporters as possible to collect or buy ahead of matchday and will be open from 9am on Saturday.

The Invincibles ticket office will also be open from 1pm on Saturday for tickets for the Sheffield Wednesday match, so where possible supporters are advised to purchase match tickets there to avoid queues at the main ticket office.

Both season tickets and match tickets can be purchased online at MyPNE.Com, by calling 0344 856 1966 or in person from the ticket office.

Full details on season tickets can be found by clicking here.

The home kit goes on sale at 9am this Friday, with the club shop also open until 6pm Friday and then open again from 9am on Saturday.

Fans are also reminded that there is no longer parking on Moor Park School as in previous seasons, and alternative arrangements will need to be made.

The smoking areas that were trialled towards the end of last season will be be a permanent facility available to supporters.

Saturday's match will also the first use of goal line technology at Deepdale which has been introduced for the 2017/18 season.

The club would also like to thank supporters who contributed to the matchday shuttle bus service survey, and a decision on the outcome of this will be made in due course, with an announcement expected in the coming weeks.

We look forward to welcoming you back to Deepdale this weekend ahead of what hopes to be an exciting season under new manager Alex Neil.


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