As previously communicated, this weekend sees Wrexham visiting, where we are expecting a very busy Mill Farm.

We expect that Bradleys Sports Bar is going to be full from very early on in the day, and whilst we will, of course, be fully staffed, it will be no doubt be a busy bar.

As an alternative, Springfields Bar, based at the Fylde Sports and Education Centre (FSEC) just 100 yards down the road from Mill Farm, will be open from 8am serving breakfast, before the full bar opens at 11am ready to welcome football fans.


The FSEC has a fully licensed bar, where we will be running a match day menu from our cafe – with supporters able to choose from freshly prepared fish and chips or lasagne, both locally sourced, high-quality options.

Supporters can enjoy all their pre-match rituals at Springfields, with the early kick-off in the Premier League between Wolves and Leicester kicking off at 12.30pm being shown.

After the football, Springfield’s doors will remain open until 9pm, as Arsenal host Chelsea in the Premier League at 5.30pm.

Join us for something slightly different this matchday, as the Coasters attempt to slay the Dragons in a top of the table clash.


All fans who usually buy their tickets on the day are urged to book their tickets in advance now and avoid queues.

This can be done by visiting the club shop in advance this week, or by purchasing online.

The club shop will be opening until 7pm on both Thursday and Friday night to facilitate extra ticket sales.

Tickets for AFC Fylde v Wrexham can be purchased here.