MORECAMBE (H): Supporter Match Pack

Wanderers are back at home this evening when they take on North-West neighbours Morecambe.

Ian Evatt’s men put in a tremendous shift to secure a 0-0 draw at Port Vale with 10 men last Saturday.

And they’ll need the fans’ backing again tonight as they look to build on a winning home start.

It promises to be a superb night and worth getting here early with the Fan Zone open in the build-up.

All the information you need for this evening’s fixture is below:

Wanderers v Morecambe – Sky Bet League One, Tuesday 16 August (KO 7.45pm).


Tickets are available to buy from the ticket office for official club members up until kick-off.

However, supporters are encouraged to buy in advance, online or via the phone lines (01204 328 888) to avoid match-day queues.

All seats purchased online or via the phone lines will be sent, via email, as ‘Print at Home’/Digital tickets.

Tickets can then either be printed off via the attached PDF or downloaded to Apple Wallet for iPhone users or Google Pay for Android users.

Prices as follows:

Adults: from £23.00

Over 65s & under 23s: from £18.00

Under 18s: £13.00

Under 12s: £8.00

Turnstiles open at 6.45pm


For those who can’t make it to the game, all the action will be streamed live on iFollow for a £10 match-pass.

iFollow BWFC will have more live matches available than ever before this season with all the details HERE

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Fan Zone

The new Fan Zone will be open for the first time for a mid-week match.

The Fan Zone, situated near the Nat Lofthouse Statue and sponsored by Leasing Options, proved hugely popular at its opening for the Wycombe home game earlier this month.

Since then, additional beer pumps have been added with more Madri available on tap to avoid queueing times.

An extra bar will be in place for Saturday’s home game against Sheffield Wednesday.

The Fan Zone, featuring a range of food and drinks and entertainment, will be open from 5pm to kick-off for the Morecambe match.

Cashless stadium

Supporters are reminded that the University of Stadium is moving towards a cashless site.

All car parks, concourse kiosks, coffee carts and hospitality areas will now be accepting card payments only.

The new Fan Zone, Club Store, Ticket Office, Bolton Stadium Hotel bars, programme selling points and Lottery sellers will continue to accept cash payments as required.

Golden Goal

Golden Goal will be back on sale tonight with the chance to win a major cash prize for a £1 per ticket.

Tickets can be bought with cash in the Fan Zone, lower concourses, outside the club shop and in hospitality areas.

Match the published time of the first goal to the one printed in your ticket to win £500 cash prize and with no claim made yet from the Wycombe game, there could be a £1000 prize tonight.

All monies raised are used by the Bolton Wanderers Development Association to fund projects throughout the club and community through the BWiTC.


Kiosks will be open around the stadium concourses with a wide range of food and beverage offers.

Car Parking

Parking on all car parks at the University of Bolton Stadium will be cashless from the start of the 2022/23 season.

New ANPR (Automatic Number Plate Recognition) technology, managed by Parking Eye, will be in operation from the Huddersfield game.

There are a variety of payment options available (including a preferred option to register in advance) with all details HERE

Match programme

The new-look match-day programme ‘The Wanderer’ will be available to buy from sellers around the ground.

The 48-page programme is celebrating Wanderers’ 25 years at the University of Bolton Stadium throughout the season with midfielder Aaron Morley tonight’s featured player as he talks about his time with the Whites and wears a unique one-off kit from our past.

Fan behaviour

Wanderers are backing a new football-wide initiative aimed at making all fans feel safe at matches.

The FA, Premier League and EFL are introducing stronger sanctions to tackle anti-social and criminal behaviour and underline the importance of a safe matchday environment.

Among the measures being introduced, anyone who enters the pitch and those carrying or using smoke bombs and pyros will now automatically be banned by their club.


Wanderers are looking to build on an unbeaten start to the season when they tackle the Shrimps

To read a preview, click HERE     


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