If you’re heading along to The Brewery Field for Saturday’s game, then check out our full guide here now to ensure your day runs as smoothly as possible.
Saturday’s game against Banbury 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.
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 12noon.
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.
We welcome fans of both sides into our Everflow Clubhouse where they can enjoy the atmosphere of the Neil Adams Sports Bar and our Players’ Lounge.
Both areas have a cracking atmosphere pre-match and a range of alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks available – plus, the Players’ Lounge upstairs is the only place you can drink from glasses.
There will also be a special pie and peas offering within the Players’ Lounge available for just £4 as we look to enhance what we offer to supporters in the Clubhouse.
The big screens and booming surround sound will also come in useful when we screen the early kick-off in the Premier League as Arsenal play host to Crystal Palace from 12.30pm.
You can even order your drinks for half time and full time when you’re in there before the game to save yourself some time and queuing!
Food and Drink
Our Jason Ainsley Fan Zone – located at the far end of the Main Stand – is the place to go if you’re looking for hot and cold food and drinks during your visit to The Brewery Field.
Please note that we will no longer serve alcohol in this area, but we do have a wide range of delicious food, such as pies, hotdogs and chips as well as other snacks such as crisps and chocolate.
Fans can find an array of Moors merchandise from our outlet now based inside the Neil Adams Sports Bar on matchdays – and we’ve extended our Boxing Day sale into January!
We’ve slashed prices on all Errea lines, including replica home and away kits, as well as training attire too – make sure you call into bag yourself a matchday bargain.
Plus, make sure you snaffle one of our very popular mix-ups while you’re there – you won’t regret it!
Fans of both sides are welcome to join us in the Sports Bar and Players’ Lounge after the final whistle on Saturday where you’re sure to be greeted by a welcoming and warm atmosphere.
We’ll be showing live coverage of the late Premier League kick-off between Brentford and Nottingham Forest on our multiple screens.
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.
This weekend’s issue includes columns from new boss Graeme Lee and Managing Director Ian Geldard, as well as an interview with Callum Ross and special features with Lebrun Mbeka and new signing Dan Myers!
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!
If you want to get in touch with the Club, you can email us on [email protected]
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