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What's On: Newport County

29 February 2020

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Information for supporters ahead of the home league fixture against Newport County this afternoon.

Fixture Information

Please note that the North Stand is still closed to spectators for the game.

Work has been carried out on the stand but the club still await confirmation from the Council as to whether it can be opened for the duration of the fixture. Once a decision has been made an official update will be provided, but the club can take no further action at this moment in time.

If you are a season ticket or match ticket holder in the North Stand whilst this situation prevails, your tickets will be valid for the Main Stand and Rochdale Road End. To avoid inconvenience, you will not need to move your seat at the Ticket Office, you will gain access via the relevant turnstiles within these stands.

Travelling supporters will need a ticket before going to the turnstile for tomorrow's encounter. Cashless entry is in operation for the Chadderton Road End and as such should visit the Ticket Office on Furtherwood Road.

Admission prices are available by clicking here, whilst a Visitors Guide can be found here and a First Time Guide is available here.

The Roger Palmer Fans Bar is open from 12pm until kick-off (3pm) but is closed after the game for a private function.

Family Stand (open from 2pm)

Today in the Juniors Latics Lounge we have Disney Arts and Crafts to make and take home, along with Fifa20, Wii Games/Just Dance, iPads, board games and why not come and meet four of the Youth Team Players for a great photo opportunity?

In the tuck shop we have plenty of treats available to purchase and we also offer free fresh fruit.

During the season we will have lots of activities on offer in Junior Latics Lounge, all of which are free of charge, so please come and join in the fun!

Team of the Week

The N Brown Group Team Of The Week returns this afternoon, as Oldham Athletic Community Trust welcomes Royton Hall Primary School to Boundary Park.

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Royton Hall Primary School, a proud school partner of OACT, visited Boundary Park this afternoon through their involvement with OACTs schools programme. The schools programme sees Oldham Athletic coaches deliver regular physical activity sessions within the school on a daily basis. Oldham Athletic Community Trust work with a number of primary schools on a regular basis, ensuring that the football club is represented across the borough through the community work.

Royton Hall Primary School

Our motto is "Enjoying Learning: Achieving Success" and I hope that you will see via this site how we are working to achieve this.

Royton Hall is a fully inclusive Community Primary and Nursery School. We welcome all families and value the rich diversity of different cultures, faiths, abilities and family groups.

We aim to create the very best learning environment for our children as we want them to grow into thoughtful, independent and confident young adults who will make a valuable contribution to their local and wider community.

Club Shop Sale (open till 5:30pm)

Situated in the corner of the Joe Royle Stand, the Club Shop now have a further extended sale online and in-store with huge reductions and new lines added.

The sale includes now up to 70% off on many items including all adult, junior and baby kits!


If you can't visit in person, order online at or call 0161 624 3538.

The discount for Season Card holders will only apply to full-price items.

A Reminder To Report It!

Supporters are reminded that Oldham Athletic Football Club has an anonymous Matchday Textline that can be used to report any cases of abuse or discrimination.

Everyone at Latics prides itself on delivering a family-friendly matchday experience for all supporters and promotes an equal opportunities environment irrespective of people’s faith, gender, race, nationality, sexual orientation or disability.

Fans can anonymously message the Matchday Hotline Text Number direct on 07834 321649 to report any signs of abuse, anti-social behaviour, foul/abusive language or discrimination within Boundary Park as soon as possible.

This information will then be processed confidentially inline with the Club’s data processes and where deemed necessary suitable action will be considered and taken.

There is absolutely no place for abuse or discrimination and supporters found responsible for such behaviour will face the most severe of sanctions.

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