It’s back to Boundary Park this afternoon as Latics host Boreham Wood in the first of back-to-back home games.
It's a 3pm kick-off as David Unsworth's side look to continue their recent run of good form which has seen them pick up maximum points from the last two away games.
The Ticket Office, located at the front of the Main Stand, off Furtherwood Road, is open on matchday from 11am until kick-off.
Admission can also be gained by paying at the turnstiles.
Situated behind the Joe Royle Stand, the Fan Bar is open for this game from 12pm, with a DJ before and after the game, in addition to food and a wide range of drinks and food on offer with kebabs.
The bar will be showing the early kick-off between Manchester City and Newcastle, as well as the evening game as Southampton host Leicester.
With improvements continuing to be made all the time following its opening in the summer, the bar has proved to be increasingly popular with supporters ahead of home matches.
There is good capacity in the bar to welcome more fans and it is the ideal way to kick off a matchday at Boundary Park.
Open from 9.30am on matchday, the Club Shop is the place the visit for all your Latics memorabilia, replica kits and clothing.
Located in the corner of the Joe Royle Stand, there is currently up to 50% off all items in store, including sale items, so make sure you visit.
The shop is open until 5.30pm.
Available for £3, the matchday programme provides all the latest information from the club and features a range of exclusive content which is different from the club’s online channels.
The team of programme sellers are located around the outside of the ground, or you can visit the programme office, next to the Main Stand, from 1pm.
Her Game Too
Today’s fixture against Boreham Wood is dedicated to the work of Her Game Too.
The campaign works across football to promote an ethos within the game to ensure women are welcomed and respected equally.
The Latics players will be warming up ahead of the game in dedicated Her Game Too t-shirts.
Tickets for a raffle will be available in the Club Shop for £2 per strip, with the prize of a signed home shirt and Hero Game Too bucket hat.
Home supporters should use the parking facilities at the back of the Joe Royle Stand, off Hilbre Avenue, which has a cost of £5. Please use the postcode 'OL2 5BL'.
Visiting fans are asked to use the car park at the Royal Oldham Hospital, which is only a short walk from the ground and again costs £5. A steward will be on hand to assist.
First time visitors…
If you’re about to attend your first game at Boundary Park, the details below will assist accessing the ground. Our FAQs page is also available to help.
Fast, frequent and reliable services run to Oldham where you can then continue your journey to Boundary Park on foot or by bus.
Westwood is the closest stop to the ground, around a 20-minute walk away. Journeys on the tram take approximately 20 minutes from Manchester Victoria.
Metrolink operates a zonal fare system with Westwood, Oldham King Street, Oldham Central and Oldham Mumps all located in zone 3.
The cost of a zone 1+2+3 ticket is £3.80 for a single journey or £4.30 for an off-peak day travelcard. This price covers travel across any of these zones, such as a journey between Manchester Piccadilly and Manchester Victoria.
Metrolink Park & Ride
You can avoid the busy match-day traffic by leaving your car at a Park and Ride site, before completing the remainder of your journey on Metrolink.
With plenty of sites across the network, it’s easy to park up and hop on the tram for a hassle-free journey to the ground.
Park and Ride sites include:
- Oldham Mumps with 270 spaces – Prince Street, Oldham, OL1 3TJ
- Piccadilly with 550 spaces – Boad Street, Manchester, M1 2RP
- Rochdale Railway Station with 217 spaces – Hare Street, Rochdale, OL11 1JL
Currently, the 149, 159, 181, 182, 183, 402, 408, 409 and 418 services run close to the stadium.
If you are travelling by bus to Boundary Park please check service times with your operator before you travel.
You can plan your bus journey with TfGM.
Wheelchair & Disabled Access
Wheelchair users and people with mobility issues should head to car park behind the Joe Royle Stand off Hilbre Avenue where full disabled access to the Chadderton Road End is located. This ensures supporters can get inside Boundary Park safely.