Manchester United take on Newcastle United in a Premier League 2 fixture at Leigh Sports Village on Friday 10th January 2020, (7pm).
As usual, this game is free for you to enjoy. All you have to do is click the link below and enter your details complete with the number of tickets you require.
There’s no need to print out confirmation or bring any form of tickets with you – once you’ve signed up, your attendance is confirmed and you just need to enter via any open turnstile prior to the game. Please be aware that during the sign-up process you will receive an e-mail from us asking for confirmation rather than clicking through to another webpage. Sometimes this mail might find its way into spam folders, so check there if you don’t receive it. This mail subscribes you to our mailing list which we share with Manchester United and just means you’ll get the first news about any Manchester United games taking place at Leigh Sports Village.
To sign up for free entry to see Manchester United vs Newcastle United (Premier League 2) at Leigh Sports Village on Friday 10th January 2020 (7pm kick off), click HERE.
We don’t want you to miss a moment of the action so please arrive at Leigh Sports Village with plenty of time to sample the pre-match atmosphere for this game.
As usual, this game is free for you to enjoy. All you have to do is turn up and make your way to the Kingstone Press West Stand and walk through one of the open turnstiles.
Turnstiles in the Kingstone Press West Stand (the main stand with the big screen on it as you look from Morrisons) are open from 6pm.
CATERING & RED ZONE CAFE
The Red Zone Cafe is open from 5pm for this fixture serving meal deals and hot and cold drinks. There’s also the chance to pre-order half-time drinks and have a selfie with Fred The Red! There are catering kiosks available in each stand which will be open from 6pm, serving a variety of hot and cold snacks along with hot beverages and both soft drinks and alcoholic beverages. Kiosks close 20 minutes after the start of the second half.
Please note that no food and drink is to be brought into the stadium. If you have any specific dietary or medical requirements please contact the LSV safety team in advance by emailing email@example.com.
As always, traffic congestion is expected around the stadium and supporters are advised to allow extra time in their journey. However, should you miss the kick off then there are ‘late gates’ which will be open until the end of the first half.
TRAVEL AND PARKING
There is a limited amount of on-site parking available at Leigh Sports Village, all free of charge. Access to these car parks is via Sale Way, situated directly off A579 Atherleigh Way, with stewards on hand to direct cars where necessary. Please be aware that there are now two hour parking restrictions on the Morrisons supermarket car park on match day.
All approaches to the stadium and town centre, in particular A579 Atherleigh Way and A580 East Lancashire Road, are expected to be busy and supporters are advised to allow extra time for their journey.
For those travelling by public transport, Leigh bus station is situated in the town centre and is served with regular connections from Manchester, Bolton, Wigan, Warrington and St. Helens. Leigh bus station is a 10 minute walk from the stadium. The Vantage V1 bus service is the best and quickest way to get to Leigh Sports Village from Central Manchester.
The nearest train stations are Atherton (4.2miles), Newton-le-Willows (5.3miles) and Wigan North Western on the West Coast mainline (7.9miles)
We would like to kindly remind all supporters that, in line with government legislation, smoking is not permitted anywhere within Leigh Sports Village Stadium. This also includes the use of e-cigarettes.
We would also like to remind supporters that unfortunately there is no re-admittance to Leigh Sports Village Stadium, should any supporter wish to exit the stadium in order to smoke.
We appreciate the cooperation of all supporters regarding this matter.
In light of advice received from Greater Manchester Police, please be aware that overt searches, such as bags and personal searches will take place to detect any prevent any prohibited articles from entering the stadium and to provide a visual deterrent.
This searching is conducted under the authority of the Leigh Sports Village Ground Regulations and will apply to staff, partners, visitors and spectators. Any refusal will cause the person not to be admitted into the stadium.
The following articles must not be brought within the ground: golfing umbrellas, knives, fireworks, smoke canisters, air-horns, flares, weapons, dangerous or hazardous items, laser devices, bottles, glass vessels, cans, poles and any article that might be used as a weapon and/or compromise public safety. Any person in possession of such items will be refused entry to the ground.
If you wish to raise any concerns about abusive language or poor behaviour in the stadium please speak to a steward or use our confidential textline on 07432 473183