On Saturday we travel to Bristol Rovers in the second round of the Emirates FA Cup, kick off 3pm. We will be wearing all amber. Ticket and travel information is below.
Tickets: Tickets will be on sale before and after tomorrow night's Papa John's Trophy game against Stevenage, and from the Club Shop every morning this week between 10am and 12 noon.
Prices are: Seating (south stand) Adults £16; Seniors (65+): £8; Under 16 £2
Terrace (uncovered) Adults £11; Seniors £6; Under 16 £2
Wheelchair and ambulant disabled tickets are priced as above, with a carer admitted free.
Tickets will also be on sale at the Memorial Stadium on the day from the away ticket booth. Card or cash. Prices remain the same.
Travel: The Supporters' Club coach will arrive at the VBS at 8.30am for an 8.45am departure. Fare is £25. Contact John Parsons on text 07989 261929 ( please confirm your name when texting) or email email@example.com.
For anyone driving, the M4 is scheduled to be closed all weekend between junctions 6 and 8/9 (Slough to Maidenhead) so drivers will need an alternative route, such as leaving the M3 at junction 3 and taking the A322 past Bracknell to join the A329(M) and pick up the M4 at junction 10. In Bristol, leave the M4 at junction 19 and take the M32 towards the city. Leave at junction 2 at Eastville, where the original Bristol Rovers ground was situated (it's an IKEA now), and follow the signs for the Memorial Stadium to join Muller Road. Continue until a set of lights just before the A38 Gloucester Road. The ground is on the left in Filton Avenue. No parking is available for supporters at the ground, but street parking is available in Muller Road and Gloucester Road, or the other side of the A38 in and around Kellaway Avenue.
By rail you can travel to Bristol Temple Meads (half hourly, roughly on the hour and half hour) or Bristol Parkway (hourly at xx48) from Paddington, journey time is about an hour and a half, slightly less to Parkway which is also closer to the ground. The half-hourly 73 bus runs from both stations past the ground - it's about 15 minutes from Parkway and half an hour from Temple Meads, but Temple Meads also has the option of the 72 or 72a service.