Matchday Guide: Boston United

If you’re heading along to The Brewery Field for Saturday’s game then check out our full guide here now to ensure you day runs as smoothly as possible.

Saturday’s game against Boston United at The Brewery Field is not segregated, though fans of both sides can buy tickets in advance right now – and are advised to do so, where possible.

Heading online is the easiest way to purchase because you can opt to print at home or simply download the QR code to your mobile device to show upon entry at the turnstiles.

Online sales remain available until 12noon on matchday, after which both home and away supporters are able to pay by cash or card direct at The Brewery Field turnstiles.

Click here to buy tickets online now.

Turnstiles 3 and 4: Home fans (cash and card)
Turnstile 5: Home fans (Season Ticket holders and pre-paid)
Turnstile 6: Away fans

Turnstiles will be open at 12.30pm.

There is some street parking available, and the Club also has a deal with the nearby St Charles Primary School where free parking is on offer. Please refer to the map for directions to the car park.

Food and Drink
We continue to make a real effort to ensure food and drink inside The Brewery Field is available at competitive prices for home and away supporters.

The Neil Adams Sports Bar is welcoming of home and away fans and will be open at the same as the turnstiles at 12.30pm and fans are welcome to come and join us for a pre-match drink or two.

On Saturday we’ll be screening live coverage of the Merseyside derby as Liverpool host Everton in the Premier League from 12.30pm – make sure you join us to enjoy the action.

We serve a range of alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks, and our warm atmosphere and welcoming atmosphere is the perfect place to build-up to kick-off.

There are a range of draft lagers, beers and ciders, including Madri, Carling, Coors, Carling Cider, Worthington’s, Caffrey’s and our Caps Off pale ale.

Food is also served from our two Fan Zones located in opposite corners of The Brewery Field where you can enjoy football favourites such as burgers, hot dogs, pies and chips.

Plus, if you’ve got a sweet tooth, make sure to try our our Pick and Mix bags available from the Sports Bar merchandise stall – they’re outstanding!

Fans of both sides are welcome to join us in the Sports Bar after the final whistle on Saturday where we’ll be showing live coverage of the Premier League clash between Chelsea and Arsenal.

We’ll also be screening all the action from England’s Rugby World Cup semi-final against South Africa when that gets underway from 8pm so it’s set to be a cracking evening!

Our multiple big screens and booming surround sound means the Sports Bar is one of the best place to enjoy live sport anywhere in the town so make sure you stick around on Saturday.

Club Shop
Fans can find an array of Moors merchandise from our outlet now based inside the Neil Adams Sports Bar on matchdays.

We’ve got replica home and away kits on sale, as well as a range of new training and casual wear so that you can show your colours wherever you are.

Click here to take a look at our products online.

And don’t forget those Pick and Mix bags…

We’ve got a full printed Match Programme available on Saturday so make sure you pick up your copy from the Sports Bar or from sellers next to the turnstiles while stocks last.

Brewery The Badger
We are delighted that our popular mascot, Brewery, has made a return to action this season and he will be there on Saturday to meet and greet fans around The Brewery Field.

If you spot him, make sure to get a selfie with him and send it to us on [email protected] and we’ll show off the best ones on social media, on the website or even in the Match Programme!

Contact Details
If you want to get in touch with the Club, you can email us on [email protected]

Alternatively, you can see the latest Moors news and updates on our social media channels on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram.

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