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Wealdstone (A) Tickets & Travel (Thur 11 Apr)

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Wealdstone v Dorking Wanderers

Tuesday 20 Feb 2024 - kick off 7.45pm

 

Supporters minibus - departs Meadowbank Stadium car park (not Dorking High Street) at 5pm. £10 per seat. LIMITED SEATS. Book online at https://dorkingwanderersfc.ktckts.com/event/weabus/wealdstone-supporters-minibus

 

Match tickets (NB - PRICES DO INCREASE ON THE GATE) : 

Both the seats and standing terraces are accessed through the same turnstile.

Ticket link - https://wealdstonefc.ticketco.events/uk/en/e/vanarama_national_league_wealdstone_v_dorking_wanderers

Adults £18

Concessions* £13

19-23 year olds £11 (ID required)

Under 19s** £1 (!!!)

 

*Concessions are for 65+, mature students (student ID required), For younger students, it is cheaper to purchase a 19-23 or an under 19s ticket. 

If you are a current Season Ticket holder for a Premier League, or English Football League club you can gain admission to a Stones home National League match for just £13 if purchased online - your Season Ticket must be presented with your match ticket at the turnstile. 

Similarly, if you are member of the Armed Services or a paid staff member in the NHS, Police Force, Fire Service and Ambulance Service, you can gain entry to a Wealdstone FC National League game for £13 if your ticket is purchased online - your ID must be presented with your match ticket at the turnstile.

 

**£1 tickets for Under 19s - Please note this is an ONLINE ONLY offer, tickets must be purchased in advance. 

 

ON THE GATE PRICES

£20 Adult

£15 Concession

£13 Next Gen 19-23 year olds

£8 Under 19s

(THERE ARE NO £1 TICKETS SOLD ON THE GATE)

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Cheers. Hope Carter gets picked.

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@dorking-eagle I don't think he's eligible as I'm pretty sure it is under 25 years old only. I think Rutherford, Cook, Pybus, Blair and Male are our only eligible players this year.


   
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Posted by: @calvertskans

@dorking-eagle I don't think he's eligible as I'm pretty sure it is under 25 years old only. I think Rutherford, Cook, Pybus, Blair and Male are our only eligible players this year.

Dan Pybus only one in squad (open age this game apparently)

 

 


   
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Can only assume this will be 9th April or 16th April now


   
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Can only assume this will be 9th April or 16th April now

Didn't realise Wealdstone had games on these dates already, so will have to be 3rd April or the day of/after the England C game (19th/20th Marc). 

3rd April would be horrible as we play 48 hours earlier on the Easter Monday. 19th/20th March wouldn't be ideal either due to Pybus being unavailable.

God knows what Wealdstone do if they get through their next round in the FA Trophy...

 


   
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These dates look possible,  although would not be surprised if fitted in on Thursday somewhere 🤔


   
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Confirmed as being on Thursday 11 April at the insistence of the League

Which is during the school Easter hols

Lets hope Wealdstone are knackered with all the games previous to this!

Could be vital that late in the season

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@dorking-eagle Might help us against Wealdstone but massively hurts us for Rochdale away 40 hours later. Hopefully we move the Rochdale game to the Sunday.


   
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Hope not, I'm going to Liverpool-Palace on the Sunday

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Posted by: @calvertskans

@dorking-eagle Might help us against Wealdstone but massively hurts us for Rochdale away 40 hours later. Hopefully we move the Rochdale game to the Sunday.

Marc said in this week's update that 1 win in 2 to end of season should be enough. Hopefully this will be still true when these games come around.

 


   
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1 win in every 2 would be a whopping 56 points, which would more than be enough for safety. 

Must be the tightest bottom of the table run in for years though.

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Barnet have just had their match with Eastleigh scheduled for the night of the England C game (Tues 19th March) so i'm failing to see why we couldn't do the same thing for our Wealdstone match?

I'd rather play one game without Dan Pybus than play two away games in 40 hours.


   
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Don't forget that the ticket prices increase on the day and the £1 ticket for U19's is not available on the day

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@dorking-eagle is the seating for away supporters next to the away supporters standing? 

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All away fans go in via the same one turnstile and once inside the away end the arrangement is similar to the home end at Meadowbank - you can choose either a seat in a stand on one side of the away end, or to stand on the other half of the away end, it's a free choice once inside the ground.

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