Supporter Match Pack | Barnsley Play-Off (H)

Supporter Pack

Wanderers take on Barnsley on Tuesday night in the Second Leg of our Play-Off Semi Final, looking to build on the 3-1 victory earned on Friday night. 

Here's our key matchday information to help you make the most of your visit...


Tickets for the second leg remain on sale and can be purchased online now. We do urge supporters to purchase in advance to avoid the matchday queues.

Click here to buy your tickets.

Wanderers TV

Supporters living outside of the UK can watch the game live via Wanderers TV with a match pass, which can be purchased HERE

Alternatively, UK supporters can listen to live full match commentary on Wanderers TV HERE.

Once you have your Match Pass purchased, you can access your stream here.

If Wanderers supporters are experiencing problems with their match passes/Wanderers TV subscriptions, please email

Leasing Options Fan Zone

Our Leasing Options Fan Zone will open as usual at 5:30pm serving a range of delicious food and drink options for you to enjoy.  

Local singer Connor Peploe will be on stage pre-match, so head down early to make the most of the matchday and soak in the atmosphere!


Every home supporter will have a handclapper placed on their seat for them to use before and during the game at the Toughsheet tomorrow night. 

They are firstly to be used pre-kick off, with supporters holding up their individual card alongside everyone Wanderers' fan to welcome the lads onto the pitch. 

Then, we encourage fans to use in-game to help enhance the atmosphere.

One Wanderers Family

It is of the utmost importance that everyone inside our stadium feels comfortable and safe.

The ‘One Wanderers Family’ campaign allows supporters to share information and report any incidents of disorder in and around the stadium via a dedicated TEXT number as we encourage fans to See It. Report It. Stop It.

If you would like to make report, please TEXT or WhatsApp 07542 850 902.

Therefore, we must remind supporters that in the interests and safety of all attending the game at the Toughsheet Community Stadium that the pitch is for managers, players and officials – and it’s from the stands that you can support Ian Evatt and the lads. 

The FA, EFL and the police have together introduced measures and sanctions to tackle the increased anti-social and criminal behaviours seen recently at football matches, including the act of supporters entering the field of play.  

It is a criminal offence to enter the pitch at any time, and anyone who does so is putting the safety of those around them at risk. For individuals, it is as serious as facing a footballing ban and police action. 

These actions can also have consequences for the club, with potential investigations and sanctions being imposed as a result.

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Club Shop

Our Club Shop will be open until kick-off at the Toughsheet - re-opening after full-time, also.

The End of Season sale continues in the Club Shop, but also have a number of new lines in-store!

We also have a full range of matchday essentials such as bucket hats, with foam hands, hand clappers and flags also available!

Wellbeing Hub

Bolton Wanderers in the Community will be opening the Well-being Hub once again as the Wanderers take on Port Vale

Located next to the BWFC Ticket Office, this warm space provides an excellent stop for anyone attending the match to swing by for free refreshments and activities such as table tennis, Xbox games and information on the many projects BWitC deliver. 

The Wellbeing Hub will open its doors from 12pm and remain open until kick off.

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Bolton Stadium Hotel

Bolton Stadium Hotel will be open pre match, welcoming home fans into the spacious bar and lounge – serving a range of a delicious food from 6pm, and a variety of drinks. 

Show your match ticket on the door. Entry to the Hotel after the game will be restricted to residents only.

Audio Descriptive Commentary

Our in-stadium commentary service for visually impaired fans will be available for home fixtures. 

For full details on the service, please click here.


Supporters are reminded of the ANPR car parking system in place at the Toughsheet Community Stadium, so please remember to pay for your parking either at the machines in the car parks or online.

Supporters are encouraged to utilise for match day payments.

The portal allows users to register their number plate and payment details and once registered, the ANPR cameras will recognise the number plate as the vehicle enters into the stadium car park and payment will automatically be taken.

Please be aware of local residents and park responsibly, using official Club car parks.

The Wanderer

Tuesday's edition of The Wanderers is available to purchase online here.

Josh Sheehan is the feature interview, catch up with Ian Evatt, read analysis on the opposition plus all the latest updates from the Toughsheet Community Stadium.

Read Time: 4 mins