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Matchday timetable: Newcastle United (H)

Find out everything that's going on at Ewood Park tonight for the big FA Cup clash!

15 January 2019

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What's going on at Ewood throughout tonight? We host Newcastle United at Ewood Park and here's our matchday timetable for the main event against the Blues...

Opening Times...

09:00 Roverstore

12:00 Blues

17:30 Foster's FanZone

17:45 Strikers' Lounge

18:30 Concourses 

What's On...

17:00 Start of food service in Blues (also available midday to 2.30pm if you're really early!).

17:30 The music and chat begins in the Fosters FanZone. Come down nice and early to beat the queues at the refreshment outlets and enjoy your tea at Ewood Park! It'll be the perfect accompaniment to anyone queuing to collect their match tickets in this area, with the collection windows also opening at the same time.

17:45 Strikers' Family Lounge, upstairs on the second floor of the Blackburn End with fun for all the family, opens its doors. Head in via the Blackburn End reception and just show your match ticket or season ticket for access.

18:00 Away ticket windows open in the Darwen End.

18:15 Rovers Return lottery tickets go on sale. Buying any two main draw tickets qualifies you for a free ticket into our separate golden ticket draw, which for this game only, puts you in contention to win a signed Rovers shirt, with the cash jackpot on offer to the winner of the main draw.

18:30 The concourses open their doors and with it comes access to our Blackburn Rovers Community Trust Family Stand fun, including The Game Room, with console action to enjoy and Rover's Kennel, where McDonald's at Ewood offer free face painting and fruit bags.

19:00 A lucky child aged 16 or under will be welcomed onto the FanZone stage to read out tonight's teams and take home a Rovers goodie bag for their efforts, first come, first served!

19:15 Similar to the last home game against West Brom, we're offering children aged 16 and under the chance to become our guard of honour participants for the game! We'll be selecting lucky youngsters from the crowd in the Blackburn Rovers Community Trust Family Stand and Jack Walker Stand lower tier if theyíre wearing Rovers colours, so get those blue-and-white halves or red roses on show!

19:42 The teams emerge from the tunnel, with two lucky groups of youngsters from Blackburn Rovers Community Trust projects enjoying the chance to walk out as our player escorts from our Premier League Kicks football sessions and five from our disability football coaching programme.

20:35 Rovers Return lottery draw. If you donít hear the announcement over the PA system, check out the Community Trust's Facebook and Twitter accounts (@BRFCTrust) or the clubís website at for all the results.

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