Wrexham AFC hit the road from North East Wales to North East England on Saturday, for the FA Cup fourth qualifying round tie away to Blyth Spartans.
The match, at Croft Park, kicks off at 1pm and will be streamed live in the United States on ESPN2 and ESPN+.
Tickets are available for collection only from the Wrexham AFC Club Shop, via our eTicketing website.
Blyth Spartans v Wrexham AFC
Kick-Off: 13:00 (BST)
Location: Croft Park, Blyth, NE24 3JE
Tickets: For collection at the Club Shop only
Tickets for the game are available to buy online via the Wrexham AFC eTicketing website. These tickets are for collection only and must be picked up in advance of travelling to Croft Park.
Due to the short time frame and the facilities available for this fixture, no e-ticket/print-at-home option or postage will be available for ticket purchases, and strictly no collection will be available from Blyth Spartans, therefore all tickets MUST be collected in advance from the Racecourse Ground.
We are also unable to offer any ticket re-prints, so please take particular care to look after your match tickets.
Prices will be £12 for adults (aged 17-64 years old), and £7 for concessions (up to 16 years, and 65 years and older).
Food & Drink
Refreshments are served inside the ground. Ahead of the game, away supporters will be welcomed at the Mason Arms, which is located near to Croft Park.
The Mason Arms will be opening at the earlier hours of 10am ahead of Saturday’s game.
Coach travel for this weekend’s game is available from the Wrexham AFC eTicketing website via the link above.
Croft Park is located in Blyth, Northumberland, and the postcode is NE24 3JE.
Parking is freely available on the surrounding streets but please park sensibly and respect the local residents.
Can’t make the game?
Live audio commentary of Saturday’s game will be hosted on WrexhamPlayer, for free – please register to access commentary.
A live text feed will be available on the Live Match Centre, as well as updates on our social channels.
Saturday’s match is also being broadcast live in the United States on ESPN2 and ESPN+.
What happens if the match is drawn?
If Saturday’s match is drawn, there will be no extra time or penalties. The match will instead go to a replay at the Racecourse Ground on Tuesday October 18.
Tickets for the replay will be on sale from 6pm on Saturday, with season-ticket holders having a priority window until 6pm on Sunday to secure their seat.
Members will then have a 24-hour priority window until Monday at 6pm before all remaining tickets are put on general sale.
As the Wrexham AFC Club Shop and Ticket Office will not be open on Saturday afternoon or all of Sunday, please ensure you have your eTicketing account up-to-date in advance.
Prices for the replay will be charged in line with the initial tie - £12 for adults (aged 17-64 years old), and £7 for concessions (up to 16 years, and 65 years and older).