The Reds visit Salop for the first time since October 2018 on Saturday, kicking off at 3pm.
Last time out at the Montgomery Waters Meadows saw the Reds lose 3-1 to John Askey's side on an autumnal Tuesday night four years ago.
Opened in July 2007, the stadium has a capacity of 10,361 with temporary standing, after the club became the first Football League side to convert an all-seater section to a standing area.
Saturday's game will be Shrewsbury Town's dedicated Remembrance fixture this year.
Where is the Montgomery Waters Meadow Stadium?
Shrewsbury is situated in Shropshire, on the banks of the River Severn. The postcode for the home of the Salop is:
Shrewsbury Town Football Club,
Montgomery Waters Meadow,
Where will Reds fans be situated?
The DMOS People North Stand will host visiting supporters on Saturday, with us receiving an allocation of 1,662 tickets for the clash.
Tickets remain on sale until noon on Friday 11 November.
Where can supporters find matchday parking?
Montgomery Waters Meadow – SY2 6ST
Parking at the stadium is predominantly permit-only, but there are a limited number of passes available per game from the ticket office at the Montgomery Waters Meadow. Tickets cost £10 and are available up until 12 noon on Saturdays, and 4 pm on midweek games. (All parking is subject to availability)
Meole Brace Park and Ride - SY3 9NB
Meole Brace Park and Ride is a 10-15 minute walk from the stadium, with a shuttle bus running every 20 minutes from 1:15pm, costing £3 for adults and £1 for children.
Vehicles can park at Meole Brace for £5, open to both sets of supporters. Please note, payment is cash-only at this site.
How far is the nearest rail station to Montgomery Waters Meadow?
Shrewsbury station can be found two miles away from the stadium, taking approximately 45 minutes to walk between the points.
The station connects to both Manchester and Birmingham.
What is the weather forecast for Shrewsbury on Saturday?
Do Shrewsbury Town have a matchday programme?
'Salop' is the matchday reading on offer at the Montgomery Waters Meadow, costing £3.
What is the food and drink offering at the stadium?
There is a Fanzone open for both home and away fans at the stadium which can be found next to the Community Football Hub outside DMOS People North Stand - where Reds fans will be situated during the game.
The Fanzone plays live music and has food and drink available.
In the stadium, supporters can expect pies, hot dogs, a selection of crisps and chocolate, hot and cold drinks and alcoholic beverages.
We wish a safe journey to all Reds fans making the trip to Shropshire and look forward to seeing you in the away end on Saturday!