A look at what's going on at Boundary Park this evening for the fixture against Mansfield Town.
N Brown Team of the Week
The N Brown Group Team Of The Week returns this evening, as Oldham Athletic Community Trust welcome both Beever and Horton Mill Primary School to Boundary Park.
Tonight’s N Brown Team Of The Week opportunity is through both schools participation in the OACT Premier League Primary Stars Project, which is currently a FREE resource available to primary schools across the borough.
During the past six weeks we have worked with both Beever and Horton Mill school staff to improve knowledge, confidence and skill in their delivery of the PE curriculum. During our delivery with both schools we have worked with both years 2 & 4, offering the children access to world class PE with the intention to use the PLPS values to increase participation in school sport.
For further information on the PLPS Project email Jack.Garside@OACT.org.uk.
Beever Primary School
Beever Primary School is a one form entry school located in Oldham. Beever Primary is a very happy school where all the children and members of staff are valued and where individuals flourish and all achievements are celebrated. At Beever, we believe that we are only a part of a child’s life-long educational journey and we seek to awaken the potential in all our children. Our children are very grateful for any opportunities that arise and we ensure to give it our all. The year 5/6 boys are honoured to represent our school this evening and are very excited to play at Boundary Park; please show them your support and give them a great big cheer!
Horton Mill Primary School
Horton Mill opened in 1990 as a single form entry school. We place our children and families at the heart of everything we do, which has enhanced our reputation as a good school within our school community and within the wider community.
Horton Mill has been recognised by Ofsted as being a ‘good’ school, which is something we are extremely proud of. However, our vision is to be an ‘Outstanding’ school and we continue to look at ways to build on our successes and enhance our practice further.
At Horton Mill, we want our whole school community to ‘Aspire, Believe, Achieve’ and we do this through high quality teaching, exciting learning opportunities, building outstanding relationships with our children, families and the wider school community.
Club Shop Sale (open till 10pm)
Situated in the corner of the Joe Royle Stand, the Club Shop now have an extended sale online and in-store with further reductions and new lines added.
The sale includes up to 50% off on many items including all adult, junior and baby kits!
As well as great savings on training kits, coats, accessories and much more while stocks last.
Please note the Club Shop Opening times:
- Monday – Closed
- Tuesday to Friday – 11am till 5pm
- Saturday – 10am till 5pm
- Sunday – Closed
- Matchday Tuesday's – 11am till 10pm
- Matchday Saturday's – 9am till 5:30pm
If you can't visit in person, order online at https://www.oafcstore.com/ or call 0161 624 3538.
Please note that admission has been reduced for all age categories to £5 and the North Stand is closed.
The ticket offer can be purchased from the Ticket Office on Furtherwood Road, over the phone, online or at the turnstile before kick-off when you arrive at Boundary Park.
The Roger Palmer Fans Bar is only open from 7pm due to a pre-booked 125 Business Club event, see more on this by clicking here.
A reminder that supporters who have purchased half-season tickets, these are valid from this game onwards. More details are available by clicking the below image.
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.