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Matchday timetable: Wigan Athletic (H)

Find out everything that's going on at Ewood Park on Tuesday for the big Championship clash!

12 March 2019

What's going on at Ewood throughout Tuesday? We host Wigan Athletic 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 Foster's FanZone stage and bar open for business.

17:45 The doors open to Strikers' Family Lounge, where you may even bump into special guests over the course of the evening, as we welcomed rising star Tyler Magloire on Saturday. Aside from the chance to potentially meet a player or two, we'll also have table football, console games, board games, pool and so much more on offer. Access is via the Blackburn End reception and is free of charge for any ticket holder.

18:15 Look out for the arrival of the Rovers Return tickets sellers for your chance to support the club's Academy, who benefit from the proceeds. For just £1 per ticket, you'll be in the hat to win a cash jackpot (likely to be around £500) or signed shirt, or for every two tickets you purchase, you'll be in the hat to win hospitality for two via our separate Golden Ticket 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 Time to bring you the team news in the Foster's FanZone, courtesy of one of our junior supporters! If you're aged 16 or under, volunteer to read out tonight's teams and you could take away a goodie bag.

19:35 Tonight's guard of honour participants are all Under-9 teams representing local junior clubs Darwen Rangers, Junior Gardeners, Ramsbottom United and Rossendale Valley.

19:42 Time to greet tonight's derby rivals as they emerge from the tunnel. Natalie Ainsworth is the mascot for the night, with Junior Gardeners Under-8s on player escort duty and 15-year-old James Derbyshire being given the chance to shadow the match officials as referee mascot.

20:35 Time for the Rovers Return lottery draw. If you don't hear the announcement over the PA system, check out the Community Trust's Facebook and Twitter accounts (@BRFCTrust) or the club's website at rovers.co.uk for all the results.


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