Making the journey to Accrington on Saturday? Here's everything you need to know.
Away fans are housed in the Coppice Terrace behind one end, where up to 1,800 fans can be accommodated. While it offers an excellent view of the pitch, the terrace is uncovered and standing in it can be quite an uncomfortable experience in poor weather conditions.
A further 500 supporters can be seated in the covered Eric Whalley Stand, close to the Coppice Terrace to the side of the pitch.
WHERE TO DRINK
The club’s own bar can be found behind the Main Stand, named Redz, which accepts visiting supporters.
The nearest pub is The Crown, which just behind the ground on the main Whalley Road and welcomes all supporters.
WHERE TO PARK
It costs £5 to park inside the ground, but places are limited, and it reaches maximum capacity well before kick-off.
Plenty of street parking is available in the areas surrounding the Wham Stadium.
Post code for SatNav: BB5 5BX
WHERE TO EAT
Traditional football ground food is served in the Redz bar, and can also be found within the away end.
Takeaways can be found in the surrounding areas of the ground, while the town centre hosts a McDonald’s.
Accrington train station is around a mile away from the ground. To reach the train station, supporters should depart from London Euston and change at Preston. These trains are hourly and the journey time is two hours and 45 minutes.
Accrington's official matchday programme, titled 'Stanley' is available from the ground priced £3.
Around 400 travelling Addicks have snapped up tickets for Saturday's game. Tickets will be available from Wham Stadium on the day priced - Adult: £20, Student and O65 £15, U18: £10, U12: £5