SALFORD CITY (H): Supporter Match Pack

Wanderers launch their Carabao Cup campaign against Salford City at the University of Bolton Stadium.

Ian Evatt’s men will be looking to reach round two for the second season running after a penalty shoot-out win over Barnsley at this stage of the competition 12 months ago.

The tie against League Two City will also be decided on the night with penalties taking place if the scores are level after 90 minutes.


Wanderers v Salford City – Carabao Cup Round One (KO 7.45pm), Tuesday, 9 August.


All areas of the lower bowl of the stadium will be open with tickets available up until kick off.

Prices as follows:

Adults: £10

Over 65s & under 18s: £5

Fan Zone

The new Fan Zone will not be open for this game but will be in operation for next Tuesday night’s League One fixture at home to Morecambe.

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.


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

A 16-page edition of match-day programme ‘The Wanderer’ will be on sale ahead of kick-off, priced £2.

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.


To read a preview of tonight’s game, click HERE         

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