Here are details about tickets and some important information about parking ahead of Tuesday's game at Salford City.
Tickets for Tuesday evening’s game at Salford City will be available to Pools fans on cash turnstiles prior to kick-off at The Peninsula Stadium.
Pools supporters will gain access to the ground via Turnstile A on Moor Lane, which is the end nearest the church.
The West Stand terrace can accommodate up to 1,300 visiting fans, while there are 200 unreserved seats for Pools supporters in the North Stand which is situated adjacent to the away terrace.
Admission is by cash only and Salford do not accept £50 notes.
Adults - £10
Seniors (60 and over) - £5
Juniors (5-16) - £5
Students (with valid ID) - £5
Under 5s - Free
Disabled supporters will pay as per their relevant age category but will be eligible to claim a free carer’s ticket if they are on high rate DLA/enhanced rate PIP.
The wheelchair viewing area is located in the home area of the stadium with access via Turnstile A on Nevile Road – blue badge holders will be able to park anywhere within the resident restricted area for up to three hours.
Pools fans are warned that many of the roads around the Peninsula Stadium are resident-permit areas and these are strictly enforced on matchdays.
These restricted areas are sign-posted and are marked up in red on the map below.
Park & Ride
There is a Park & Ride service in operation from 1.30pm which runs from the former IT Lab car park with shuttled dropping off outside the turnstiles. This also runs for an hour after the final whistle for return journeys.
Address for Park & Ride: Riverside, Agecroft Road, Swinton, M27 8SJ.