Great win at Reading, WBA up next
What an amazing performance and fantastic win at the Medjeski Stadium. In possibly the best showing of the season Latics were deserved 3 nil winners over Reading.
Could we be starting to show our true potential at just the right time? To a man we played exceptionally and I don’t think the score line flattered us, it could have been a lot worse for the Royals.
Our thoughts do go out to Chey Dunkley though, who looks to have had a serious injury and we all wish the speediest of recoveries.
The first goal from Kieffer Moore was sublime, the second from Lowe showed his power and the third from Jacobs reminded us of the great touch he has. A visit the sport-guide from Finland was showing us at 200/1 for Kieffer Moore first goal and 3 nil to Wigan, it would have been a brave but much richer man to have that one.
A similar score line at West Bromwich Albion would give a 500/1 payback, which I think shows what a big battle it is going to be for us on Saturday. If you haven’t booked your place already, here is a reminder of the details for the trip to the Hawthorns:
The Official Wigan Athletic Supporters Club is run by a team of volunteers and has provide Away Coach Travel for it’s members, to every first team domestic competitive fixture for over 30 years.
You need to be a member to travel, so if you aren’t already a Member of the Official Wigan Athletic Supporters Club please click here to see the benefits of membership and for details on how to apply.
As Wigan Council have now made the car parks on the Sports Centre and Arena ‘Pay and Display’, we have arranged with the Stadium for FREE parking around the perimeter of the stadium for those members travelling to away games.
You can access this via Stadium Way (follow the signs to the Soccer Dome/DW Fitness Gym and carry on down to the stadium. Parking is also FREE on the car Park opposite Gala Bingo. If you need any further information please contact us on email@example.com.
Coach and Ticket details:
Road distance from DW Stadium – 85 miles
Travelling time – 2 Hour approx.
Coach departure – 12.00 p.m.
Game kick off – 3.00 p.m.
Coaches can be booked in many ways:
- Book online, securely by card – click here (if unavailable, please phone)
- You can book with the Supporters Club in the Supporters Club Lounge prior to home games.
- Telephone booking call 01942 829988
- You can also book directly with Mayfair Travel – 4 Scarisbrick Street, Wigan, WN1 2LF
* Membership cards must be shown upon request.
* The Supporters Club can no longer allow persons under 16 years old to travel unless accompanied by an adult member.
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Ticket details have now been confirmed for Wigan Athletic’s Sky Bet Championship trip to West Bromwich Albion on Saturday 29 February 2020.
We have received an initial allocation of 1,235 tickets for this fixture.
Adults – £20
Over 60s – £15
Under 23s – £15
Students – £15
Under 18s – £10
Under 11s – £5
Ambulant disabled tickets are to be taken from the main allocation, priced at £10 each, with a carer ticket issued Free of Charge.
We have 14 pairs of Wheelchair and Carer tickets, priced at £10 each, with a carer ticket issued Free of Charge.
Looking further ahead, we are at home to Luton Town then Blackburn and Stoke City, with a trip to Huddersfield in between…… Four huge, huge games.
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Wigan Athletic Supporters Club is a non-profit organisation which allows us to keep the costs low for travelling to away games, without compromising safety, comfort or security click here to apply.
Membership of the Supporters Club also gives extra benefits in the Wigan Athletic Supporters Club Bar, which provides a safe place for fans to go a couple of hours to chat and meet before most home games.
Click ‘Get involved’ for more information on the huge benefits of membership.