Easter Monday To Be Another Family Day

Wanderers are to make the Easter Monday game at home to Accrington Stanley another Family Day.

An attendance of more than 20,000 attended our initial Family Day fixture this season against Rotherham United in September.

And Wanderers have again reduced ticket prices as we look to attract another bumper crowd to the University of Bolton Stadium to support Ian Evatt and his men in the Lancashire derby.

Tickets – which are now on sale– will be priced at just £10 for adults, and £5 for Over-65s and Under-18s. Tickets can be purchased here.  

The cut-price admission offer – following on from our 2022/23 season-ticket policy – continues our commitment to inclusive ticketing prices that aims to make football as accessible and good value as possible to the entire community.

Kick-off for the Sky Bet League One fixture against Stanley on Monday, 18 April is 3pm.

Wanderers CEO Neil Hart said: “The first Family Day was really well received and we again want to reward fans for their support – and encourage others to join them – before the end of the season.

“We want to make watching Wanderers as affordable and as much fun as possible for families and fans of all ages.

“An incredible atmosphere inside the stadium also helps the team, so come and be part of it and help make the day a special occasion.”

The Easter Monday Family Day will also coincide with the Bolton Unity Project’s first flagship event.

The Project brings together different faiths and cultural groups to celebrate unity and diversity across Bolton.

And on the day of the Stanley game, the Premier Suite at the UniBol and Bolton Wanderers in the Community will host the Bolton Unity Festival from 11am-3pm.

The event – which will be free to enter – will feature music and dance performances, games and activities, international foods, cultural experiences and up to 50 stalls hosted by Bolton community groups.

Don’t forget the Early Bird window for buying season tickets for 2022/23 at the best possible prices closes on Thursday, 31 March.

Over 9,500 fans have already taken advantage to book their seat for next season’s entertainment, with tickets from as little as £219 for adults and just £35 for juniors.

Don’t miss out and get yours now, with details HERE.

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