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Access Information | Leeds United

13 September 2019

All the relevant turnstile, ticketing and car parking information ahead of the clash with Leeds United on Sunday 15th September, 12:30pm kick off.

Supporters are politely reminded of the following information:

Home supporters can collect pre-ordered tickets from Oakwell's Box Office situated in the South Stand. Please allow yourself plenty of time if collecting pre-ordered tickets as we have a high number of collections. You are strongly advised to collect your tickets before 11am in order to avoid queuing. We will have a collection point directly outside the box office from 11:30pm onwards.


Visiting supporters can collect pre-ordered tickets and duplicates from Oakwell’s Main Reception situated in the South Stand.


Away fans attending by car and using SatNav, please use post code S71 1AN to park in the Queens Ground Car Park (£5 per car, £20 per coach). We have limited car parking spaces, for approximately 150 cars.


Club News

Car Park Info

13 September 2019

We also have limited car parking for approximately 100 cars available at £5 per car for home fans in the main C.K. Beckett South Stand car park, S71 1EL.

Entry for all vehicles for this fixture will be via the South West corner only. This is normally reserved as exit gate B. There will be no entry via the middle gate on Grove Street or the gate at the top of the main drive.

PLEASE BE ADVISED THAT ALL VEHICLES MUST REMAIN STATIONARY FOR AT LEAST 10 MINUTES AFTER THE FINAL WHISTLE, AFTER THIS PERIOD THE EXIT GATES ONTO PONTEFRACT ROAD WILL OPEN. THE EXIT GATE SITUATED AT THE TOP OF THE DRIVE WILL NOT OPEN. THE EAST STAND BARRIER WILL OPEN WHEN ALL VISITOR’S COACHES HAVE VACATED THE AWAY CAR PARK. WE ARE EXPECTING 30 COACHES SO THIS WILL BE APPROXIMATELY 45 MINUTES.

Oakwell

The following turnstiles are open for this fixture:

C.K. Beckett (South) Stand HOME SUPPORTERS ONLY

Turnstiles 2, 3, 4, 6, 7, 8, 9, 12 & 13 – pre-bought tickets

Hayselden (West) Lower Stand HOME SUPPORTERS ONLY

Turnstiles 24, 25, 27 & 28 – pre-bought tickets

Hayselden (West) Upper Stand HOME SUPPORTERS ONLY

Turnstiles 29 & 30 – pre-bought tickets

The Investment Room (East) Lower Tier HOME SUPPORTERS ONLY

Turnstiles 67, 68, 69, 71, 72, 73 & 74 – pre-bought tickets

The Investment Room (East) Upper Tier HOME SUPPORTERS ONLY

Turnstiles 75, 76, 77, 78, 82, 83 & 84– pre-bought tickets

Palmer Construction (North) -Away End

Turnstiles 43 - 50 – pre-bought tickets

Ticket News

Leeds Tickets

27 August 2019



There is a late gate open until half time on each stand as follows:

C.K. Beckett South Stand – Turnstile 9
Hayselden West Stand (upper and lower) - Turnstile 28
The Investment Room East Stand (upper and lower) - Turnstile 75
Palmer Construction North Stand (Away fans) - Turnstile 44

Oakwell

Club News

Council Update

12 September 2019

Notice to all supporters attending Oakwell:

We expect supporters to be loud and get behind their team but we do not expect behaviour that compromises our reputation as a club. Encroaching onto the playing surface is against ground regulations and individuals caught doing so will be ejected and possibly face prosecution as well as a potential banning order.

Anyone found to be in possession of/using pyrotechnics will be ejected and may face prosecution as well as a banning order.

Barnsley Football Club will not tolerate foul, racist, homophobic or abusive language. Anyone found to be using such language will be ejected, may face prosecution and a banning order.

The EFL has power to sanction clubs - using a number of measures - where their fans are found to have acted innapropriately.

Club News

Jumble Lane Update

9 September 2019

Sniffer dogs to be at Oakwell this weekend. 

Specially trained ‘sniffer dogs’ will be used at Oakwell on Sunday ahead of the Yorkshire derby with Leeds United.

Last season, the dogs were used extremely successfully in the South Yorkshire derby against Doncaster Rovers and West Yorkshire derby with Bradford City.

The dogs will be searching for all pyrotechnics that anyone may attempt to bring into the ground. The EFL is re-launching its commitment to tackle the use of pyrotechnics, which includes smoke bombs, flares and fireworks within EFL football grounds.  This was initially launched in November of 2017 that saw all 72 Clubs sign up to a new Club Charter on Pyrotechnics.

We thank you for your continued support and hope you enjoy the game.

Steve Bailey - Safety Officer

 

For further information: CLICK HERE

For further information on Road closures & Jumble lane: CLICK HERE

For further ticketing information: CLICK HERE


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