Wrexham AFC return to the road this weekend as they look to extend their unbeaten streak in Sky Bet League Two against Accrington Stanley.
The Red Dragons travel to the Wham Stadium on Saturday and Phil Parkinson’s side will be backed by a sold-out away end.
As the fixture takes place during the international break, the match can be streamed both in the UK and around the world on iFollow Wrexham.
Ahead of travelling to Lancashire, here are all the details you need to know!
How To Get There: Wham Stadium (BB5 5BX)
Accrington is situated on the East Lancashire Line with direct trains to Preston and Blackpool North, Leeds, Halifax, Bradford and York, Rochdale and Manchester Victoria.
Official Supporter Travel
For those who are travelling on our official supporter travel, the buses will depart Mold Road at 11:15am, and there will be no provisions for those who arrive late.
Supporters must make note of their designated coach on the ticket and only board the coach they’ve been allocated to.
All under-14s must be accompanied on official supporter travel, and alcohol is strictly prohibited by law.
If you’re travelling by car
From the M6 & M65 - Leave the M65 at Junction 7, taking the Clitheroe turn off the roundabout. Turn right at the first set of traffic lights following the A678. Follow the road to the next set of traffic lights. Turn right again towards Accrington on the A680. Carry straight on at the next set of lights with the Greyhound pub on your right. Take the first left after the Crown pub onto Livingstone Road.
From the M66- At the end of the M66 follow the A56 until you come to the Rising Bridge roundabout. Take the first turning, the A680 towards Accrington for around 3 miles. Follow the ring road around the town centre. Opposite the Castle pub, turn right to rejoin the A680 following signs for Clitheroe and Clayton-Le-Moors. Drive up the hill under the railway bridge, through one set of lights and over a mini-roundabout. Livingstone Road is the next turning on the right.
If you’re travelling by train
Accrington is situated on the East Lancashire Line with direct trains to Preston and Blackpool North, Leeds, Halifax, Bradford and York, Rochdale and Manchester Victoria. The train station is a 15-minute walk from the Wham Stadium
As recommended by the AccStanley Police FC, parking will be available to Wrexham fans at Accrington Academy (BB5 4FF).
This is only a short walk from the stadium and according to the away travel guide on their Club website, residential and street parking is available around the stadium.
Limited parking is available on Livingstone Road which is just 50 metres away from the stadium.
You can find alternative options in the town centre, which is 15 minutes away from the Wham Stadium.
Food and Drink
As advised by AccStanley FC Police, there is a list of pubs and bars for Wrexham fans to enjoy before kick-off at the Wham Stadium.
Near to the stadium, both The Crown and Enfield Cricket Club will be available for the Reds on matchday.
As well as this, in the town centre there is The Stanley, Bee’s Knees, Nags Head and Commercial all available to our travelling supporters.
Tickets for this fixture will be collected only from the STōK Cae Ras.
Please note that for supporters who purchase tickets in the Coppice Terrace, there will be no option to reprint your ticket for the fixture.
Accrington Stanley have very kindly offered a collection facility for our supporters from the Wham Stadium; however, this should only be used as a last resort.
Tickets can be collected from the STōK Cae Ras, where you will have to provide proof of purchase through your booking reference. We cannot accept postcodes or any other information for collections.
Should anyone wish to collect on behalf of another supporter, as outlined above a booking reference will be required.
Wrexham AFC wishes to remind supporters of the potential safety implications and consequences that may occur as a result of pitch incursions and other illegal and unacceptable behaviour.
As previously communicated, supporters who encroach on the pitch risk facing a Football Banning Order as well as a criminal conviction, while the Club itself could also face a fine for these actions.
There may also be other implications for the Club, including restrictions on future away ticket allocations. This is due to potential safety measures the home Club are required to put in place which impacts on the availability of seating.
The Club understands the emotion and passion that comes with attending the match as a fan but must reiterate that the safety of players, managers and supporters on both sides remains our priority.
The vast majority of fans have – and continue to – support the Club in an appropriate manner and are a credit to Wrexham AFC, but we will seek the strongest possible punishment for those who enter the field of play or engage in any other unacceptable behaviour.
As in line with the FA initiative, Wrexham AFC fully support the ‘Love Football Protect the Game’ program.
Wrexham AFC support the new measures that have been implemented to both improve participant and fan behaviour across the board.
Wrexham AFC operates a zero-tolerance policy for discrimination of any kind, and supporters are encouraged to come forward and report any incidents it to the nearest steward, the Club, or Kick it Out.
For further details on the campaign and the new policies in place to combat hate crime, read more here.