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Thursday, October 06, 2016

Match Information For Salisbury


This from Salisbury FC:

The following arrangements have been made for the FA Trophy preliminary round tie against Hereford FC at the Raymond McEnhill Stadium this Saturday (October 8th), kick off 3pm...

GROUND
The match will be segregated, with home fans in the main stand and the PB Asher End, including one half of the Family Stand.
Away fans will be accommodated in the Partridge Way End, with seating available in the other half of the Family Stand.
Home fans are asked to use turnstiles A, B, C and D.
Away fans are asked to use turnstiles E and F.
There will be a separate food and drink outlet for Hereford fans in the away end.
Entry is £9 for adults, £6 concessions (Senior citizens and Students). Aged 5 to 16 is £2 and Under 5s go free with a paying adult. Stand transfer is £1.
Please note: As this is a Cup match with proceeds shared beetween the two clubs, season tickets are not valid for this game. Season ticket holders will, however, be allowed priority access to their usual seats at 1.15pm.
Turnstiles will open at 1.30pm.

BARS
Away fans will be allocated the newly refurbished Magnet Sports Bar. Entry is via the marquee adjacent to the main stand.
Home fans can use the Sarum Suite, in the main stand.
Both bars will be open at 12.30pm.
For home fans who wish to use the Sarum Suite between 12.30 and 1.30pm, when the stadium opens, this can be accessed via Gate 5 outside the ground at the PB Asher End. Patrons will have to pay their ground entry and will be given a match ticket.
After the match, for those who wish to stay, both bars will show the England v Malta game, which kicks off at 5pm,
There will be freshly cooked pizza available to buy outside the ground, provided by the match ball sponsors, The Slinky Fox.

CAR PARKING
Car parking is available on a first-come-first-served basis at £1. When the club car park is full, there is an overflow next to Webbs Caravans just by the roundabout at the entry to the Castle Gate Business Park. This will be signposted. Please do not park on the Old Sarum Estate, the Old Sarum Community Centre or any undesignated area.

BUS TRAVEL
The PR11 picks up from Tesco Metro, Castle Street and drops off at the Partridge Way/TA Centre stop. This is at the entrance to the estate that leads to the Ray Mac Stadium and is three minutes walk.
Buses depart the city centre at: 12:07pm, 12:22, 12:37, 12:52, 13:07, 13.22, 13.52, 14.01,14.22,14.37. The journey takes 15/20 minutes.
Buses return to the city centre from the Partridge Way stop at: 17:03, 17:18, 17.33, 17.48, 18:18, 18:51 (There are no buses after this time).

PARK AND RIDE
The ‘Beehive’ Park and Ride is situated at the Portway Roundabout where the A345 and Castle Road meet. Once parked, board a PR11 Bus and ask for Partridge Way /TA Centre stop.

TAXI
If planning to travel by taxi call Value Cars on 01722 505050, there will be large amount of cabs in Salisbury on the day and plenty of 8-Seater vehicles for those travelling in groups.