Forest Green Rovers will look to overturn a one goal deficit when they play host to Tranmere Rovers in the second leg of the League Two play-off semi-finals.
Ollie Banks’ superb strike was the difference on Friday night as FGR battled with 10 men for a large part of the game.
The support from those who made the trip was superb and with the East and South stands already sold out, it is that level of commitment the team will need on Monday night.
Full details on tickets and how to get to the ground here:
We have three types of ticket available at Forest Green Rovers: premium seated, seated, and standing. We believe that every game is as important as the last, so we won’t change our prices based on the match you want to see.
This game is an ALL TICKET game for Tranmere Rovers fans so they must buy their tickets from the Tranmere ticket office in advance.
For away fans travelling to the game, we have our dedicated away fans page HERE to make the most of your trip to The New Lawn, with the away bar open three hours before kick off.
Advanced purchase ticket prices
We encourage fans to buy their tickets in advance, with a £1 discount offered on all tickets. With the option to print tickets at home, or display your mobile, online tickets are the quickest and easiest way to buy your FGR match ticket. You can make the most of this discount by buying your ticket online, in person or calling our ticket hotline before the day of the game.
Here’s the list of our advanced purchase ticket prices:
Matchday ticket prices
You can buy tickets on the day of the game, but it will cost you a little bit more. Here’s the list of our matchday ticket prices:
You can either buy your tickets online, over the phone by calling 0333 123 1889, or in person at The New Lawn.
Online is the only way to get tickets before Monday and the ticket hotline will be open between 10am and 2pm on Monday to call up, or the ticket office will be open from 3pm up until kick off.
Ticket checks will be carried out on all ticket sale to ensure only FGR supporters are located in the home stands. If you haven't already set up a ticket account online, you will not be able to buy online and will need to either call the hotline or come to The New Lawn in person during the hours stated above.
If you have purchased an e-ticket, please ensure you have the email counterpart, which states the age category you have bought, to hand should you be asked for it.
Forest Green Rovers,
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From the North or South (M5): Exit the motorway at junction 13 onto the A419 towards Stroud. Go straight over three roundabouts and, after joining the A46, follow signs to Bath and Nailsworth. When you get to Nailsworth town centre, turn right at the mini roundabout into Spring Hill. Go over one roundabout and then turn left at the second roundabout into The New Lawn.
From the East: Exit the M4 at junction 18 and follow the A46 to Nailsworth. When you get to Nailsworth town centre, turn left at the mini roundabout into Spring Hill. Then go straight over one roundabout and turn left at the next roundabout into The New Lawn.
We are anticipating this to be our biggest crowd of the season and as a result, parking will be tight and we encourage people to car share where possible if they are driving.
We run a park and ride service from local engineering company Renishaw, on Stroud Road, GL5 5HA. There are over 200 parking spaces available on a first-come, first-served basis, costing just £3 per car and this is the best way to get to and from the match.
The service starts at 5.30pm and coaches run regularly to and from the ground up until the start of the match.
Once the match is over, coaches can take you back to Renishaw from the bus stop outside The New Lawn on the main road.
Parking is available at the neighbouring school, within easy walking distance (90m) from the stadium, at £5 per vehicle (cash or card) and is also open from three hours before kick off but spaces are limited.
If you choose to park in the local residential area, please park with consideration for our neighbours and adhere to local parking enforcement. Please be aware that Parking Enforcement Officers patrol the area on a matchday.
Parking at the stadium is reserved for pre-booked guests only (hospitality, electric points and Blue Badge holders).
For more information about disabled parking access, head to our special assistance page.
The nearest train station is in the centre of Stroud, with easy access to the number 63 bus route.
You can find train times on the National Rail website.
The number 63 bus runs from Merrywalks Shopping Centre in Stroud every 30 minutes, and takes around half an hour to get to Forest Green.
You can view the full route on the Stagecoach website.
The Green Man
We have our own on-site pub, located between the South and West stands. You don't need a ticket to access The Green Man, so you can pop in for a drink ahead of all FGR home games.
The Green Man opens three hours before each FGR match and is accessible to all Forest Green fans.
The Gym Bar
If you've bought tickets for the East Stand, you can enjoy drinks and food ahead of the game, at half time and after the match in our new Gym Bar.
The bar opens three hours before kick off on a matchday.
The away bar is open three hours before each match, serving a selection of vegan beers and ciders, vegan hot drinks, and a selection of vegan snacks.
Carol Embrey Suite & Black and White Lounge
Both of these areas are designated for hospitality on Monday night and have proved popular again.
As such, the lounge will not be available for general supporters. Fans who have their season ticket or have already booked a seat in the section in front of the lounge will still have access to their seats through the first entrance.
Full commentary of Saturday’s match will be available on BBC Radio Gloucestershire on 1413AM and on FGR Live.
Stay up to date also on Twitter by following @FGRFC_Official, which will have all of the team news before kick-off and updates throughout the game.
There will also be key updates and team news on Facebook. Round-up the clash by checking out the club website where there will be a full report looking back on the encounter.