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Let's make it a day to remember

Over 25,000 are expected to be packed into Ewood Park for Saturday's clash against Oxford United

4 May 2018

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It promises to be a day to remember at Ewood Park on Saturday, with over 25,000 of you packed into our home for the final game of the season.

Oxford United are the visitors, with our opponents bringing over 1,000 of their own fans to, so it's sure to be a brilliant atmosphere.

Tickets do remain on sale, but with a bumper crowd we advise fans to arrive early to soak up the atmosphere and avoid the likely queues.

A reminder that if you are yet to purchase your ticket for the game, come 3pm on matchday Category B prices will return and you will miss out on our discounted price tickets from this time onwards. 

To purchase your tickets right now, please click here.

Whatever happens there will be presentations galore, with the Under-23s and Rovers Ladies receiving their Premier League 2 Division 2 title and the FA Women's Premier League Cup, respectively. Both these presentations will happen at half time, so make sure you remain in your seat to give them a round of applause.

Pre-match there's plenty going on. We have our Player of the Year and Goal of the Season awards just after the warm-ups, and once again, we advise you are in early to celebrate these prizes with the winners.

Our Fanzone is open from 3pm-8.30pm, with plenty of games and activities in store, whilst Blues Bar opens at 1.30pm and Striker's Lounge from 3.30pm onwards.

The 1875 club pre-match lounge will not be open for the game due to demand for hospitality.

After the game, to celebrate together, Tony Mowbray, his staff and the players will be having a lap of honour to thank you for your tremendous support throughout the season.

It's imperative that ALL supporters remain in their seats so we can enjoy our successful campaign together and as a united club.

The safety of players, managers, fans and match officials is of paramount importance and supporters who encroach onto the pitch risk facing banning orders as well as a criminal conviction, while the club could also face a fine. 

Thank you for your continued support and understanding in this matter and we look forward to seeing you all on Saturday.

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