Wanderers are back in action after an international break and back at the University of Bolton Stadium.
The Whites take on Lincoln City on Saturday (KO 3pm) as they go looking for a fourth successive League One win.
Tickets are available to buy for official club members up until kick-off from the ticket office or online with purchasing details for all October’s home matches available HERE
The Fan Zone, situated near the Nat Lofthouse statue, will be open for home supporters from midday – and again after the match until 6pm – with a fantastic variety of drink and food offerings available.
Additional covered areas will be in use with the London derby between Arsenal and Tottenham to be shown on the big screen from 12.30pm.
Supporters are encouraged to come down early and enjoy the Fan Zone experience.
Rugby League World Cup
Wanderers are delighted to be staging England's up-coming World Cup group game against France on Saturday 22 October and Saturday's game will be themed around the tournament.
New Zealand former rugby league star and RWLC Mental Fitness Ambassador, Robbie Hunter Paul, will be a half-time guest with the men’s, women’s and wheelchair rugby world cup trophies on display pitchside.
Kiosks will also be open inside the stadium concourses with a wide range of food and beverage offers.
New Madri express bars will be open across all lower concourses to make it easier and quicker for fans to be served.
The bars will operate with a token system with tokens able to be redeemed immediately on purchase or at half-time.
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.
However, the 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 will be on sale with the chance to win a major cash prize for a £1 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 the £500 cash prize.
All monies raised are used by the Bolton Wanderers Development Association to fund projects throughout the club and community through the BWiTC.
An ANPR parking system is now in place at the stadium so please remember to pay for your parking. There are several ways to pay with details HERE
Match-day programme ‘The Wanderer’ will be available to buy from sellers around the ground, priced £3.
The 48-page programme features a special feature with man-of-the-moment George Thomason.
Due to broadcasting rules Saturday’s game can only be streamed live for overseas subscribers.
However, audio passes for full commentary are available, with all details HERE