19 November 2019
Tuesday 19 November 2019
7.45pm kick off
Crown Oil Arena
Following a 0-0 draw on Sunday 10 November, Dale’s Emirates FA Cup first round replay against Wrexham will be on Tuesday 19 November at the Crown Oil Arena.
Crown Oil Arena
Three stands are allocated to home supporters – The Main Stand (seated), Pearl Street (seated) and Sandy Lane (standing). Away supporters are allocated the Reside Estate Agency Stand (seated).
Got a youngster? Why not join us in the family area, which is located in the Pearl Street Stand.
You'll find the family area in the last two blocks of the stand, closest to the Main Stand. You'll be able to identify the area by looking out for the blue 'Enjoy the Match' signage which is visible around the area.
Dale's mascot is a friendly dragon named Desmond. You'll find him in and around the family area on a matchday, when children can also take part in activities in 'Desmond's Den'.
The Ratcliffe Bars and The Carlsberg Lounge are situated at the ground.
The Ratcliffe Bars is open to both home and away supporters from 12noon on a Saturday matchday and from 5pm on a midweek matchday.
The Carlsberg Lounge is open to home supporters from the Pearl Street Stand and is accessible only from inside the ground. Turnstiles open an hour before kick-off.
Both are licensed premises, showing Sky Sports.
For the 2019/20 season, Category A and B games have been introduced by the club. Category B games incur a £5 increase across all age groups on Category A prices. Please visit the club website for price information (link below).
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