Millwall vs AFC Fylde
Saturday 7th November, 2015 (kick-off 3pm)
FA Cup first round
The time of reckoning is almost upon us as the Coasters prepare to take on League One giants Millwall at The Den.
The match has been billed as arguably the biggest in the club’s history and Dave Challinor’s side will be desperate to cause an upset in the capital.
Fylde are on a fantastic run of form, winning nine straight games in all competitions, and currently sit top of the National League North table.
Stalybridge Celtic were dispatched by Challinor’s troops last time out and the manager described the 5-0 drubbing as the ‘most complete performance of the season’.
Millwall are in decent shape themselves, suffering just one defeat in their last nine matches. A goalless draw in their last outing against Bradford City saw them move up to seventh in League One.
> Tickets for the game – priced at £15 adults, £10 concessions and £5 under-16s – are purchased on the day at North Stand ticket office.
For those not travelling on coaches, please take note of the below:
Parking in the vicinity of the ground is very limited and is usually taken by local residents. Parking restrictions are in place on matchdays and vehicles parked illegally will be towed away. Visiting supporters are advised not to leave any type of team colours / insignia on display if they do attend in a private vehicle and find a parking place.
Trains run regularly from London Bridge to South Bermondsey and from there it is only a few minutes walk to the stadium. This has also been made easier for visiting fans with the opening of a walkway that takes visiting supporters directly to the away end.