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Important information for Bolton Wanderers match

22 April 2022

Club News

Important information for Bolton Wanderers match

22 April 2022

The Jonny-Rocks Stadium plays host to Cheltenham Town's final home fixture of the season on Saturday.

Bolton Wanderers are the visitors for a 3pm kick-off in the penultimate game of the League One campaign.

Another large crowd is expected for the game but tickets do still remain on sale. There are just a handful of seated tickets on sale, though there is plenty of standing room available to buy on the terraces.

With the size of the attendance, the club advises fans to leave plenty of time picking up tickets and getting into the stadium on Saturday.

Tickets when bought before midnight on Friday are £2 cheaper than on a matchday. Buy online for the game.

The end of season awards will be presented to the winning players at 2.30pm in the warm up so supporters are encouraged to head into the stadium early to see who picks up the prizes.


Pre-paid tickets for the Autovillage Stand, Paddock, Tunnel and Optimising IT Stand can be collected from the matchday collection point in the car park next to the bowling club.

Tickets for the Colin Farmer Stand can be collected from the ticket booth located just outside the Parklands turnstiles. Fans are advised to leave plenty of time to collect tickets.

Away supporters can collect tickets from the entrance to the Hazlewoods Stand where they'll be located during the game.


The best and cheapest way to purchase tickets for all home matches is in advance of matchday. For those supporters wishing to buy on the day the following sales points will be open:

Autovillage Stand - seats for this stand are very limited. Enquire at the ticket office if there is any availability left.

Colin Farmer Stand - tickets for this stand can be bought from next to the Parklands turnstiles. There are only single seats remaining with the stand close to being sold out.

Terrace tickets - standing tickets in the Optimising IT Stand, Paddock, Tunnel and Canteen enclosures will be on sale from the matchday sales point in the in the car park.

Either cash or credit/debit card will be accepted. There is no opportunity to pay to get in at the turnstiles.

The ticket office is open in the lead up to kick-off.


A covered wheelchair bay has been installed this season in between the Autovillage Stand and the start of the Optimising IT Stand terracing.


The bar will be open to supporters before and after the match. In the evening after the match the boxing match between Tyson Fury and Dillian Whyte will be shown live.

There is a new outdoor bar in position for fans wanting to enjoy a drink outdoors. 'The Thirsty Robins' is located outside the Robins Nest for supporters. Both card and cash are accepted for this bar.

Supporters with tickets for the Optimising IT Stand will also be able to try out the bar behind the terrace which is open at half time only. Please note this is a cash only bar with Fosters and Thatchers being sold for £4 a pint.

Another recent addition located in the car park is a new 'Surf and Fries' food offering for fans wanting to enjoy a bite to eat ahead of the game on their way into the stadium.


You can purchase a copy of the match programme from around the stadium at a price of £3.


The club shop is open from midday ahead of the game and for a half hour period after the full time whistle.

It's located next to the ticket office on the Autovillage Stand side of the stadium.

You can also shop online or browse items before seeing them in person.


Clubs have been asked to remind supporters that football is governed by specific laws that can lead to criminal convictions.

For example, it is against the law to run onto the pitch, even when celebrating a goal, to throw objects inside a stadium and to bring smoke bombs or flares into a stadium.

Police forces and clubs are required to enforce this football legislation and supporters could find themselves facing severe penalties if found guilty. Clubs can also face hefty fines or increased costs for policing and stewarding if their supporters are found to be in breach of the law.

We ask everyone to enjoy the match but please avoid creating problems for either themselves or the football club.


Fans are advised to take a lateral flow test before attending, to wear face coverings in the correct areas and to not attend if suffering from any COVID-19 symptoms.

A 'Red Zone' is in place and this can only be used by specific personnel. This means that the pitch, tunnel, patio area and players entrance are all strictly out of bounds.

Social distancing from players and coaching staff is also to be maintained.

The club's Safety Certificate has been updated for this season and Gloucestershire County Council, the issuing authority, make the following recommendations for attending matches:

• Use hand sanitizer stations at ground
• Maintain social distance from others not in your group as far as possible
• Wear face masks when entering via turnstiles, indoor concourses/refreshment areas, when leaving the ground and any crowded areas (apply personal preference to remove whilst seated)
• Follow stewards instructions and any social distancing signage when moving around, exiting the stadium and using toilet facilities etc.
• Consider taking a lateral flow test on day of game
• Don’t attend if you have symptoms or told to self-isolate
• Listen for any Covid 19 related PA announcements

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