Take a look through the following matchday information ahead of Wednesday night’s Championship clash against West Brom at Deepdale.
Our fan zone will open to home supporters at 5pm, with both recorded and live music being played from onwards 5.30pm.
Fan zone timings:
Doors open – 5pm
Fan zone closes – 7.45pm
Fan zone reopens – 9.45pm
Last orders – 10.15pm
Fan zone closes – 10.30pm
Popular North West cover band The Deal will be performing live music in the fan zone before the game, while James Gelson is on PA duties. Please be aware, there will be no music in the fan zone after the game.
There will be a selection of alcoholic and non-alcoholic refreshments available, with a full list to be found below.
Chicken Tikka Biryani, £5
Snacks and confectionary
The Hot Potato Tram will once again be in the outside area of the fan zone, while there are also burger, and fish and chip vans around the stadium.
Wine, Bitter and Cider (packaged)
Due to the expected weather conditions on Wednesday evening, the football inflatable game outside the fan zone will unfortunately not be going ahead.
The family room in the Sir Tom Finney Stand and the gaming pods will run as normal from 6.30pm.
Swap To The Kop
The Bill Shankly Kop is open to PNE supporters for this fixture.
Season card holders are able to move their seat to the Kop for this game by visiting the ticket office or by calling 0344 856 1966.
Tickets in the Kop are also available online from www.mypne.com for non-season card holders. Please note, seating in the Kop is reserved.
Blackpool Tickets Off Sale From 5pm
Tickets for our derby day clash against Blackpool will go on sale to Founder Member Ambassadors, and Gold Ambassadors with 320 points or more, at 9am on Wednesday morning.
However, please be aware, sales will move online only from www.mypne.com from 5pm, and therefore fans will be unable to purchase Blackpool tickets from Deepdale on the night.
Tickets will then become available from the ticket office and over the phone once again at 9am on Thursday morning.
Shuttle Bus Service
The shuttle bus service, which travels from Leyland through Bamber Bridge on its way to Deepdale, will be running for this fixture.
Return tickets cost £5, with fans able to pay the driver on-board, and timings for the service can be found below.
Leyland Tesco (Stop A – Car Park) – 6.20pm
The Railway Pub, Leyland – 6.30pm
Ye Olde Hob Inn, Bamber Bridge – 6.35pm
Beam and Brycg Pub, Bamber Bridge – 6.40pm
Arrive at Deepdale, Lowthorpe Road – 7pm
Play Safe Campaign
There will be lots happening in and around the stadium in support of The FA’s Play Safe campaign, which raises awareness of safeguarding provision across football.
Supporters will be able to scan QR codes around Deepdale, via posters, the matchday programme or in hospitality, which will take them to a short and free safeguarding course. You can also access the course by clicking here.
Manager Ryan Lowe will wear a Play Safe pin badge, while the captain will wear a designated Play Safe armband.
Half-Time Drink Tokens
As per recent fixtures, drink tokens for half-time alcoholic refreshments will be in use in the Alan Kelly Town End, Invincibles Pavilion and Sir Tom Finney Stand.
Supporters can go to any kiosks in these stands at any time prior to kick-off, and pre-order and pay for their alcoholic drinks for half-time. Fans will receive a token in return at this point, which they can present at half-time at the designated collection points.
Supporters in the Invincibles Pavilion can collect from Kiosk 7i, located on the right side of the concourse near the Kop.
There are two collection points in the Alan Kelly Town End: collection point green, which is located next to the central stairwell, and collection point yellow, which is located at the beer bar between the two double kiosks.
Fans in the Sir Tom Finney Stand can also get their drink tokens, either from collection point purple, which is located at the south side of the stand, or from collection point white at the north side.
Refreshments Service For Disabled Supporters
Those supporters situated on the disabled platforms, and disabled fans on the front row of each stand, are able to place orders before the match for half-time.
Members of staff from Heathcote&Co will come to these supporters to place orders which will be delivered shortly before half-time. Please note, this service excludes alcohol sales due to no alcoholic beverages being allowed inside the stadium bowl.
Please also note, only cash payments can be made for our refreshments service for disabled supporters.
As per recent fixtures, supporters with U11 season cards, member cards or match tickets will need to enter through specific turnstiles at Deepdale.
This has been introduced in an attempt to alleviate the misuse of this age band by older supporters, with some fans so far this season attempting to enter the stadium with the significantly lower-priced U11 tickets.
As a result, U11 turnstiles have been introduced and these will be the only location where U11s will be able to enter the stadium with a season card, member card or match ticket, while those attending with an U11 can also enter through the same turnstile. Full details on this can be found here.
Reporting Abuse, Discrimination & Anti-Social Behaviour
Supporters who witness or hear any abuse, discrimination or anti-social behaviour while at Deepdale can report the incident using the club’s text service.
Fans can text 66777 and messages must start with ‘PNE’ followed by details of the incident. An example of how to use this service can be found below:
“PNE I’m in the Alan Kelly Town End, row 10, seat 34. Male sitting directly in front of me shouting racist abuse.”
All incidents can be reported to the club by email on firstname.lastname@example.org, but fans are strongly advised to use this text service at the time to allow these matters to be dealt with as quickly and efficiently as possible.