Heading to Wigan on Saturday? Here's everything you need to know about an away day at DW Stadium...
Around 900 Addicks will be housed in the North Stand at one end of the stadium. The facilities are good with a spacious concourse, while the legroom and view of the pitch are also adequate. An out-of-town modern ground, it is situated next to a retail park and the stadium's capacity is 25,133.
KFC, Burger King, Subway and Pizza Hut all feature in the aforementioned retail park, as does Frankie Bennie’s, while a large Asda is also situated nearby and a McDonald’s can be found a short walk way. There is a good range on offer inside the ground including Chicken Balti, Meat & Potato, Steak, Pea Supper, Cheese & Onion pies, hot dogs, burgers and sausage rolls.
The Marquee Bar can be found next to the away turnstiles and is specifically for travelling supporters and offers food as well as drink. The usual dedicated away pub is, quite appropriately, the Red Robin, which is situated nearby.
The town centre is a 20-minute walk with a Wetherspoon’s named the Moon Under Water on hand.
Postcode is WN5 0UZ. There is a large car park at the stadium, specifically for the use of away supporters, which costs £5 per car or £10 for minibuses or coaches. It can, however, be congested after the game. Avoid the retail park as parking is restricted to two hours and fines will be issued.
Regular trains run from London Euston to Wigan North Western with the fast train taking one hour, 55 minutes.
The station is around a 20-minute walk away from the ground. Taxis are available, otherwise the 621 bus will drop off outside the Red Robin Pub.
Approximately 900 tickets had been sold by the time they had gone off sale on Thursday. Tickets will be available from the ground on the day for cash only, with no price increase on the original price as below.