Gillingham fans planning on making the trip to Rochdale for our penultimate away game of the season on Tuesday April 19th, should be advised that no advance ticket sales will take place.
In keeping with Rochdale’s policy, tickets for this vital fixture in the club’s promotion push will only be available at the Spotland Stadium on the day.
Gills fans will be situated in the Willbutts Lane Stand, which holds up to 3,500 supporters. Fans can either pay before the 7.45pm kick-off from the Spotland ticket office or at the stadium’s cash turnstiles.
Tickets will cost £22 for adults, £16 for seniors (ages 65 and over), £16 for young persons (ages 17-21) and £5 for juniors (ages 16 and under). Rochdale do not offer student discount, and those buying a young person’s ticket will be required to show ID.
Wheelchair users will be charged the concession price (£16), with carers being allowed free entry.
Having taken nearly 300 supporters to Bury on Easter Monday, and then over 600 to Sheffield United in mid-April, the club are hopeful of another good away following in what promises to be a key fixture in the Sky Bet League One season.
The Gills are unbeaten against Rochdale at Spotland in all four meetings since the turn of the millennium; Cody McDonald’s late equaliser earned the Gills a point in last season’s game in the North West.
Supporters are able to book their place on the Gills' Club Class Travel service, run in conjunction with Kings Ferry coaches. The following pick-ups are available:
- Sittingbourne Railway Station 11.45am
- Cricketers Pub, Rainham 12pm
- MEMS Priestfield Stadium 12.30pm
- Coach And Horses Pub, Strood 12.40pm
Prices for the service cost £31 for adults (ages 16 and over), and £25 for juniors. To book, contact Trevor and Julie Loveridge on (01634) 301899 before 10pm, or the club directly on (01634) 300000, selecting option one.