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  • Manchester Road End to be opened for Play-offs

    Bury News Feed


    Ahead of Gigg Lane’s biggest fixture for five years, we are delighted to be able to confirm that the Manchester Road End will be also be open for the first time since 2019.

    Works to the Main Stand and documentation around spectator safety will require further review, and despite the best endeavours, this now cannot take place until after next week’s game.

    Keen to maximse the number of seats Gigg Lane has to offer for the Play-off Semi-Final, the stadium team in recent weeks were able to turnaround the required improvements in the Manchester Road End and after a thorough clean, it is ready to go and has been given the all-clear from the visiting safety officer this week.

    The opening of the Manchester Road End does provide the club with the ability to increase the overall stadium capacity to 8,724.

    Now comes the task of filling it, and this comes down to you! With over 2,000 pre-sale tickets already sold, tickets for the Cemetery End will become available shortly. Tickets for away supporters in the Manchester Road End will become available later on Saturday, once our opponents are confirmed.

    Details on the ability to provide pay-on-the-gate turnstiles will be made closer to the game and subject to a review on tickets sold ahead of the game.

    Padiham currently hold 4th position, with Charnock Richard looking to win their final league game this Saturday afternoon, to jump into this spot and become our opponents on Tuesday evening for the single-leg play-off tie.

    To secure your ticket, be #PartofIt and join us at Gigg Lane for the business end of the season, click below:


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