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PostSubject: Scunthorpe United Away Supporters Guide   Fri Mar 30, 2018 8:32 pm

Away Supporters Guide

AWAY END:

Visiting supporters to Glanford Park are usually located in the AMS Stand, which is the South Stand of the ground. Located behind one of the goals, it can hold up to 1,678 supporters. The stand is all-seated.

ALTERNATIVE / EXTRA:

Should the visiting club sell their initial allocation, extra seats can be made available, subject to availability, in the Clugston Stand. There are up to 500 further seats available in the south corner of the stand, also known as the East Stand, should the demand require it.

Please note, visiting teams who are due to bring a small number of travelling supporters may be relocated to the Clugston overspill section in the event the decision is taken to close the AMS Stand.

FACILITIES:

The AMS Stand holds an away bar underneath the stand, which can be accessed from both sides of the turnstiles (subject to travelling numbers, access from one side may be in operation). As well as the away bar, the location has a variety of refreshments and snacks available.

Ground Capacity: 9,088

Should the demand require it, there are also two catering points at either corner at the stand, opened to meet the requirements subject to the numbers attending.

Toilets are also located at either corner of the stand.

20 games Att 86.121 average  4.306

Weather

Early frost Sunday then isolated wintry showers and bright spells. Sleet and snow will spread north Monday, giving accumulations on hills, then turning to rain and clearing north early Tuesday.
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PostSubject: Re: Scunthorpe United Away Supporters Guide   Sat Mar 31, 2018 4:29 pm


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TICKETS for Monday's game at @SUFCOfficial are no longer on sale from Home Park. Admission to Glanford Park is available on match-day, though.

Prices:

Adult £25
Over 65 £17
Under-21 £17
Student £17
Under-18 £8
Under-12 free (with paying adult; maximum two).
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PostSubject: Re: Scunthorpe United Away Supporters Guide   Sat Mar 31, 2018 4:40 pm



ARGYLE go into Easter Monday’s Sky Bet League One head-to-head against Scunthorpe United with Graham Carey welcoming the challenge from a team that has suddenly become their closest rivals.

The match at Glanford Park pits fifth-placed United against an Argyle side one place lower in the table on the same 60-point mark and lower only on goal difference, but with a game in hand.

That difference decreased by four on Good Friday, when Graham and Ruben Lameiras were each on target twice in a 4-0 home dismantling of Southend, setting up Monday’s mouth-watering clash.

Such a prospect looked unlikely as recently as December, when Scunthorpe were fourth in the table and Argyle bottom.

Graham said: “If we can go there and get a win, it will be big for the season. Where we have come from has been unbelievable, but we are in the position we are now and out main focus is to make the play-offs.

“It’s more enjoyable, obviously, than it was four months ago and we were scratching our heads, thinking ‘What can we do to get out of this?’ but we always knew we were a good team and hopefully we can kick on now.”

As well as playing Scunthorpe, Argyle still have to face several other sides in the play-off frame in their final seven matches of the season, including Peterborough, Portsmouth and Rotherham.

Graham welcomes the rivalry. He said: “Other teams will say the same – it’s in their own hands. Whoever wants it most, whoever wants it more, will get in the play-offs and it’s good that we can go into games knowing that, if we win, we’re in the play-offs, no matter what.

“It’s good to play teams around us, especially when we’re on this kind of form.”
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