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01 October 2022 Venue Highbury Stadium Attendance

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Match Reports


1 October 2022

A late Jack Aitchison header saw Barnsley to a third straight away win on the coast!

A 91st minute Jack Aitchison headed goal helped Michael Duff's improving Reds outfit to a third straight league win here in Fleetwood.

It was the Reds who started this one the brighter of the two sides, with all the play featuring in the home side’s third in the opening exchanges.

Luke Thomas found himself through on the right after an incisive pass from Jordan Williams presented the 23-year-old with the opportunity to either cross or shoot, opting for the former, resulting in a Fleetwood defender putting the ball behind for a corner. The resulting set piece was too heavy for anyone in the area and rolled out of play.

The roles reversed in the next threatening attack for Michael Duff’s men. Thomas turned provider as he slotted in Williams on the right, in an almost identical position, with the wing-back flashing a venomous ball across the front of the Fleetwood goal. The wickedness of the ball proved to be just too quick for the onrushing James Norwood and Devante Cole as they flung their bodies towards the ball in the six-yard-box.

Clear-cut chances were few and far between in the changeable Lancashire coast climate, with both sides’ final ball denying them of a genuine chance on goal. Robbie Cundy kept the scores level going into the break after he was in the right place at the right time to clear Shaun Rooney’s effort off the line.

HALF-TIME: Fleetwood Town 0-0 Reds

The start of the second half saw the pattern of play continue as the first, with neither outfit being able to threaten the opposing ‘keepers. 

In an act of pathetic fallacy, the grey clouds rolled over Highbury where a game with little action was being played. Both sides struggled to find a pattern in the match and neither ‘keeper was worked. 

The game began to gather some pace with ten minutes to play, with both gaffer’s using the substitutes at their disposal and looking to go for the elusive opener.

The opener was found just as we entered added time. One of those subs, Jack Aitchison leapt brilliantly to send a downward header into the opposite corner having been wonderfullt picked out by James Norwood.

Cue bedlam in the sold out away stand, and another impressive victory for Duff's men.

FULL-TIME: Fleetwood Town 0-1 Barnsley

Collins, Williams, Kitching, Andersen ©, Cadden (Laekeche), Kane (Phillips), Norwood, Benson, Thomas (Martin), Cundy, Cole (Aitchison). 

Unused: Walton, Edwards, Connell.

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Ticket News


14 September 2022

The Reds take on the Cod Army in the first game of October - tickets will be released in stages, starting tomorrow.

We have received a total allocation of 1,129 tickets for our fixture at Highbury Stadium on Saturday 1 October, kick-off 3pm. The allocation comprises of 400 seated tickets in the Parkside stand, seven pairs of wheelchair user tickets in the Parkside stand and 715 standing tickets.

Tickets will be made available to sale in the following order:

9am Thursday 15 September – 2022/23 Season Ticket Holders with 125+ Loyalty Points

9am Friday 16 September – 2022/23 Season Ticket Holders with 110+ Loyalty Points

9am Tuesday 20 September – 2022/23 Season Ticket Holders

9am Thursday 22 September – Oakwell Centenary Society Members

9am Friday 23 September – General Sale

All categories are one ticket per qualifying criteria. Season tickets cannot be up or downgraded. The away ticket allocation is for the named season ticket holder only. Once ticket sales are open to general sale no season ticket or membership is required but each ticket must be assigned to the person travelling. All categories are subject to availability.

Please note the box office will be closed on Monday 19th September.

Prices Seated

Adult £24
Senior Over 65 £19
Young Adult (16-24 years) £19
Juvenile Under (5-15 years) £8
Juvenile Under 5 Free (must be purchased with an adult)

Prices Standing

Adult £22
Senior Over 65 £17
Young Adult (16-24 years) £17
Juvenile Under (5-15 years) £7
Juvenile Under 5 Free (must be purchased with an adult)


Ambulant disabled supporters and wheelchair users will pay their relevant age-relatedcategory. Carer’s tickets are free of charge. Wheelchair user’s tickets are in the Parkside stand seating area.

Official Club Coach Travel departs at 11.30am priced at £21 per seat. We have a strict no alcohol policy. Children under 16 must be accompanied by a responsible adult 18+

The postage deadline for this game is 3pm Wednesday 28 September. Tickets will remain on sale from the Box Office until 12 noon on Friday 30 September, subject to availability.

If you purchase standing tickets to be posted, we strongly recommend you choose to collect from the Oakwell Box Office or the UK Postage 1st Class Tracked option. Standing tickets lost in the post cannot be duplicated. Barnsley FC accept no responsibility for undelivered tickets even where a tracking number is available.

If you are purchasing away game and cup tickets for other people, you must correctly assign the ticket to each individual for every game even when tickets are on general sale. This will enable us to offer the correct privileges to supporters on occasions when tickets are on restricted sales in a category system. 


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