Ewood Park


Owner: Blackburn Rovers
Ewood Park | Built in 09/14/1893 2:04pm

Blackburn Rovers are available for contact via telephone and fax

Ewood Park was largely re-developed in the 1990s, when three new two-tiered stands were developed. Away fans are housed in the Darwen End (if you’re buying a ticket on match day, the ticket office is located along the side of the stand – blink and you’ll miss it), which is shared with home supporters. Away fans are normally allocated around 4,000 tickets.

 

TICKETS / WHERE TO SIT

Ticket prices cost more for the popular games (Manchester United, Liverpool, Arsenal and Chelsea), but are generally priced between £25 and £35.

Ticket Office: 0871 2221 444


Seating Plan

GETTING TO Ewood Park

Train

Blackburn station is approximately a mile and a half from Ewood Park. Mill Hill station is approximately one mile away from the ground. There are direct trains from Manchester Victoria, Salford Crescent and Preston

Car

Stick the address in your Sat Nav: Ewood Park, Blackburn, Lancashire, BB2 4JF

Parking

Plenty of options, just choosing the best one. Various around the ground, £3 an average price. For a speedy exit, as you come down the hill on the A666, turn right at the traffic lights after the total garage and on your left there are some industrial units where you can park, again for £3. On your way out turn left out of the car park, so you’re going away from Ewood (roads around the ground closed for half hour after game), then right at the second mini roundabout and you’re on your way to the M65.

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Where to drink

If you are heading out for a pre or post match pint, you are most likely to find yourself in The Fernhurst which is on the Bolton Road (A666) and across the road from the away supporters end (Darwen End). You can park at the Fernhurst for £3 (be wary getting away) and even stay there for a reasonable price. Large pub with lots of football on TV, restaurant area, and an extensive function room upstairs. Very welcoming, with a good atmosphere this pub ticks all the boxes. The majority of other available pubs are for home fans only.

Where to Eat

Alcohol is available inside Ewood Park’s concourse. In terms of food, there’s a good range of Hollands pies, burgers, hot dogs and chips.

Where to Stay

Please click on this link to find out where to stay: http://www.footballfancast.com/football-fancast-travel

Club Songs

-Hello, Hello, we are the Blackburn Boys Hello, Hello, we are the Blackburn Boys And if you are a Burnley fan surrender or you’ll die We all follow the Rovers Hello, Hello, we are the Blackburn Boys Hello, Hello, we are the Blackburn Boys Were up to our knees in dingle blood, surrender or you’ll die, We all follow the Rovers

-Forever and ever We’ll follow our team The Blackburn Rovers We are supreme We’ll never be mastered By NO Burnley bastards We’ll keep the blue flag flyin’ high