Witton Albion vs Bamber Bridge.

Witton welcome mid-table Bamber Bridge to Wincham Park on Saturday afternoon in an Evo-Stik Premier Division fixture. The Preston club have found life in the Premier Division a challenge for them particularly on the road, where they have only managed one win from nine league games on their travels. Their home form has been good including a 2-0 success in the reverse fixture back in September and they will be hoping to complete the double in this fixture. They now have a new manager at the helm, following Neil Reynolds decision to take over at FC United of Manchester, so Mick Taylor has assumed the mantle and results have been steady, having won their last three games. Witton’s recent form in the league has been decent and they will look to continue that form following last weekend 's excellent point at high-flying Gainsborough Trinity. Carl Macauley and the team can now focus on climbing the table as they have no further cup distractions following Tuesday night’s defeat by Winsford United albeit on penalties and they will be doing everything to put a run together as games come thick and fast as we approach the festive festive period. Bamber Bridge will prove difficult opponents as they always do but Witton will also look to cause problems of their own as they go in search of three crucial points. Kick off at Wincham Park is 3pm.

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Parking: The Car Park is past the Social Club on the right. Please note: Parking for Disabled is available next to the turnstiles as you approach the stadium from the access road.

Admission Prices: Adults £10, Over 65’s/Disabled £7, 16-21 year olds £5, Under 16’s £2. Witton Albion Membership Scheme (GOLD) Card Holders & Junior Membership Scheme Card Holders are admitted Free. Please note: Supporters are advised to enter the stadium by way of the turnstiles at the Wincham End of the ground.

Matchday Programme: £2. A 44 page edition - On sale inside the Social Club and also inside the stadium from the museum next to the turnstiles.

Social Club: The Social Club is open from 1pm.

Social Club Access: Before the game, the Social Club is accessible by way of the main entrance ONLY. From half time onwards the Social Club is accessible from inside the stadium via a passageway within the main stand. Alcohol is permitted inside the stadium but MUST be in a plastic beaker.

Refreshments: Food is available from inside the Social Club before & after the game. The Tea Bar (Queenie’s) is also open during the game inside the stadium.

Please note: As the Social Club is now a full-time food preparation area, dogs are not permitted inside the building - with the exception of assistance dogs (hearing & visually impaired).

Witton Albion Football Club are extremely grateful and delighted to welcome this afternoon’s Match Sponsor - Life-long Witton Supporter & “Birthday Boy” John Powell, who celebrates his 70th birthday. We thank John for his generosity and hope that he has an enjoyable afternoon with us.

Additional Information: Witton Albion defender/midfielder Danny McKenna will be presented with his “Player of The Month” Award for November before the game. The awards are kindly being sponsored by Bowland Brewery in conjunction with the Northern Premier League.

Please note: The Club Shop will be open twenty minutes before kick off and upto the end of half time. The new Witton Albion Scarves & Beanie Hats are now in stock. Also the limited edition “WITTONER” Scarves for Witton Albion Membership Card Holders are also in stock but PLEASE have your Membership Card with you.

Half Season Ticket application forms will be available from the Social Club on Saturday afternoon.

Looking forward to the game Bamber played well at their place and won well. So time for revenge, lots of selection issues for Carl today with injuries and the loss of Liam Goulding. Foley, Jones, Lingouba and Hopley doubtful, picking the team on here is nearly impossible but I’ll have a go.

Gards, Wardle, Humphreys, Wilson, Devine
McKenna, Smart, Foley
Owens, Hopley

But with so many doubtful it could change a lot but good luck to the lads UTA