Monday to Friday 9am to 5pm, home matchdays 10am until kick-off, away matchdays, Sundays and Bank Holidays (unless home fixture) closed.
Monday to Thursday 9am to 5pm, Friday before a home game Saturday 9am to 6pm, Friday before an away game or no game Saturday 9am to 5pm.
Saturday home matchdays 9am to kick-off and half an hour after the game, Saturday away matchdays or no matchdays tickets will be sold from the Club shop from 9am to 5pm. Tuesday matchdays 9am to kick-off, but closed after the game. Sundays closed.
Monday to Friday 9am to 5pm. Saturday matchdays 9am to kick-off, Saturday away matchdays 9am to 5pm, Sundays closed.
Please check the website for details of opening hours on Bank Holidays.
Home matchday tickets can be bought in the ticket office, by calling 0344 856 1966 or by visiting MyPNE.com at any time, you do not need to be validated to buy tickets, just go through a simple registration procedure - if you have any difficulties buying online please use the Google Chrome browser.
If purchasing concessionary priced tickets online you will be asked to provide proof of concessionary age when collecting - collections are made either from the ticket office (non-matchdays) or from the collections windows in the Sir Tom Finney Stand - next to the main Sir Tom Finney Stand ticket office on matchdays.
Away match tickets will normally be available on the day of the game at the host venue for Sky Bet Championship fixtures. Any known changes to this arrangement - including matchday price increases - will be listed here in the ticket section.
You can buy tickets by phoning our hotline on 0344 856 1966 during opening hours, in person from our ticket office or online at www.mypne.com.
We would recommend that you purchase your tickets in advance. When buying tickets please mention to our ticket office staff if this will be your first time visiting us and we will do our best to offer as much guidance as possible.
Ticket details for away supporters visiting Deepdale will be provided by the visiting club.
There is various parking available around the ground, we have two separate club parking areas, these are the Invincibles car park and the Sir Tom Finney car park - please enquire about available car parking when booking your tickets.
We also offer matchday car parking on the Moor Park school, this is just past the stadium on the right hand side and is fully stewarded on matchdays.
Our family stand consists of sections A, B and C of the Sir Tom Finney stand where we recommend families should purchase tickets.
Families can enjoy a relaxed family environment with family friendly stewarding and can also utilise the family room on the concourse for pre match activities, where Deepdale Duck and non-playing players often visit.
The family concourse also has a large team photo where children can have their photo taken and be a part of the team, as well as having the opportunity to post a letter to their favourite player. Three are also GAME pods where children can challenge each other at a game of FIFA.
Finally, the family concourse also has dropped kiosks to enable younger children to order food and drink from the counters.
The PNE shop is located next to the ticket office in the Sir Tom Finney Stand. There is a vast variety of products available for purchase such as hats, scarf's, shirts, coats to name just a few.
The shop is open Monday to Saturday all year round from 9am to 5pm except for matchdays when the shop is open from 9am until kick-off and reopens after the match ends.
If PNE play on a Sunday the shop will be open from 9am until kick-off.
There are a number of food outlets located inside the concourses of the stadium, including the famous Preston delicacy, the 'Butter Pie'.
Produced by local bakers Clayton Park Bakery less than a couple of miles from the ground, it is a pie with just potato in it, perfect for vegetarians and pie lovers alike, a really popular part of a matchday at Deepdale.
All food on the concourses is provided by our catering partner The Villa At North End, who provide a range of food and drink options for supporters
If buying alcohol you must know that you will not be able to take your drink out onto the stands, you must consume your drinks prior to taking your seat. Other drinks you are able to take to your seat and a variety of non-alcoholic drinks are available for purchase on the concourse.
Before the game you can head to Finney's Cafe , where there is a selection of hot and cold food as well as a variety of refreshments. The cafe is located in the corner of the stadium by The Splash statue on Sir Tom Finney Way and is exclusively for home supporters.
Getting to the ground is straightforward and you can use either public transport or drive by car
There is plenty of parking available, with the nearest spaces on the Moor Park Car Park and Moor Park School as mentioned in the Parking section.
There are also a number of other parking areas run independently around the ground). For more information on getting to and from the ground see the links below.
The closest station to Deepdale is Preston train station and train times can be found online at trainline.com.
TransPennine Express have trains which run through Preston Station on a regular basis. For all train information follow the link to their website.
The closest bus station to Deepdale is Preston bus station and bus routes 19 and 19A pass the stadium from the bus station. Bus routes and timetables can be found at the Bus Networks website.
There are a number of taxi companies that operate from the train station. PNE partner with local taxi company Miller Taxis, whose direct number is 01772 884000.
Where To Find Us
Before The Game
You should arrive at the stadium at least half an hour before the game kicks off, this will allow you to safely enter the stadium, purchase food and drink if needed, meet friends also attending the game, and this time also allows you to find your seat. There are stewards on site that will advise you where your ticketed seat is located.
After The Game
When the referee blows his whistle to signal full time the players will make their way off the pitch to their changing rooms. Both home and away fans will then start to vacate their seats and head towards the exits through the turnstile.
Preston North End offers a multi faith room on matchdays which is available on request in advance of the fixture date. Please contact our Community department for further information by calling 01772 693309 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
PNE currently play in Sky Bet Championship. Our nickname is the Lilywhites, based on the colour of our strip (currently white shirts, navy shorts and white stockings). Another nickname is 'The Invincibles', due to the PNE team that won the first ever Football League championship and the FA Cup in the same season, without losing a game.
Preston North End can be traced back to 1863 but at this time it was more cricket than football being played, it was actually 1878 when football was first played.
Preston North End play in white shirt, navy shorts and navy and white hooped socks.
The name Preston North End comes from the clubs very beginning when they played cricket on Moor Park and the name North End comes from the Club being situated in the north of the town.
The Club had many years of playing cricket, rounders and rugby, but when it noticed the success of other clubs in Lancashire who were playing soccer, in 10 May 1880 it was unanimously decided that the club should diversify into this sport.
The first manager of Preston North End was William Sudell who had great success within a very short time of the Club being created, this is illustrated by the fact that from 22 August 1885 to 26 April 1886, North End were undefeated and during the season won 59 out of the 64 matches, scoring a massive 318 goals and conceding only 60.
Despite their success, Sudell completed his team building by signing centre forward John Goodall, from this 'The Invincibles' were on their way to making football history.
In the 1888/89 season not only were North End founding members of the Football League but they won it, along with the FA Cup. This made them the first team to achieve the double at the first possible opportunity. In 1889/90 North End were again crowned league champions and were runners-up in the three seasons which followed.
Proud of his Prestonian roots and proud to play his entire professional career with his home-town club, the man known as 'the Preston Plumber' will probably never be surpassed in the position of Preston North End's greatest player of all time.
His official league debut came at the belated age of 24 as the Second World War delayed the start of an astonishing career, with the occasion marked with a goal in the 3-2 victory over Leeds Utd at Deepdale on August 31st 1946.
The stadium name is Deepdale, we have played football there since our first game in 1880, with the sports club we originated from having played there for most of the preceding decade.
Preston North End's mascot is the Deepdale Duck. The first mascot to be sent off in a league game who has been hassling players since 1994. As proved in previous seasons he is a rather mischievous duck. He is great with kids and always makes a special effort to entertain all the fans, home and away.
Deepdale Duck will be around at all home matchdays and you can find out where he will be at what time on the day of a game by looking out for our posters in the family stand!
Latest Ticket News
Accrington Stanley Cup Tickets Still On Sale7 August 2017
Tickets for the first round Carabao Cup tie against Accrington Stanley at the Wham Stadium are still on sale.
Middlesbrough Ticket Details6 August 2017
Ticket details for Preston North End's trip to Middlesbrough later this month have been confirmed.
A Reminder To Collect Season Tickets Ahead Of Saturday2 August 2017
Season ticket holders are reminded that seeason ticket books are available for collection this week ahead of the opening game.