Fans

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Directions from Dublin side: 
 
Entering Sligo on the dual carriageway (N4), follow the signs for town centre. Turn left at the first set of traffic lights. Continue on for approximately half a mile going up Churchill - the ground is on your right. 
 
Directions From Donegal Side:
 
Entering Sligo on the N4, follow the signs for Dublin. Crossing the river at Hughes Bridge, keep in the left hand lane (right hand lane is right turn only). Once over the bridge, move into right hand lane until you reach the third set of lights where there is a turning lane. Take the right-hand turn and continue up Churchill to the ground.
 

 
Via Train or Bus:
 
Services run from Sligo from Dublin and Belfast and Dublin airport. Connolly Station offers a direct line to Sligo with the station behind the ground. 
 
When exiting the train or bus station which are on the same campus, cross the road and continue straight ahead up Wolfe Tone Street. At the end of the street turn right up Churchill - the ground is a short distance up hill. 
 
Parking:
 
There is limited parking in the ground but it is restricted. Street parking available in the Church Hill area as well as a pay car park in the grounds of the Cathedral a short distance below.  
 
Tickets:
 
For the vast majority of games tickets do not need to be purchsed in advance. You can simply pay using cash at the turnstiles which open around an hour before kick-off. On occasions where tickets need to be bought in advance, such as for our European game, this will be advertised beforehand.
 
Ticket prices are as follows:
 
Adults €15
Students and OAPs €10
Kids under 12 €5
 
Stands:
 
There are three seated stands in the Showgrounds giving a total seated capacity of 4,000.  There is no reserved seating so you can sit in whichever area of the ground you like. The largest of these is the Treacy Avenue stand which is on your left as you come through the entrance.
 
It has a capacity of 1,800 seats and is where the majority of home fans sit and therefore is normally first to fill up on matchnights.
 
Opposite that is the Jinks Avenue stand which has 900 seats and like the Treacy Avenue stand is fully covered.
 
Part of this stand is for away supports while 'Forza Rovers' are also situated here.
 
The third stand is the Volkswagen Bank End which is behind the goals at the opposite end to the entrance. It has 1,300 seats but is uncovered.
 
Programmes:
 
Match programmes are on sale from sellers at every game after you go through the turnstiles. They are priced at €4 and contain interviews with players, a message from the manager, news, facts, match photos and much more.
 
Merchandise:
 
Selected merchandise is on sale at every game from a shop on your left as you come in the entrance. This includes jerseys, hats, t-shirts, scarfs, keyrings and much much more. To see our full range of merchandise and prices check out our online club shop on this website.
 
Food/Drink:
 
There is hot food available such on sale with a new and local based provider at all games as soon as gates open and it will remain on sale throughout the night. Tea and coffee are also on sale as well as a range of cold drinks, sweets and snacks.
 
Bars:
 
There is no alcohol served in the grounds. Mooneys Bar are an official after-match partner of Sligo Rovers and are located across the road from The Showgrounds.
 
Toilet facilities:
 
There are male and female toilet facilites in the ground and they are located at the back of the Treacy Avenue stand as well as toilet facilities at the Jinks Avenue stand for away supporters.
 
Facilities for disabled:
 
There are facilities for disabled fans which is located at the front of the Treacy Avenue stand at the side nearest to the entrance.
 
Fixtures:
 
See here for details of our upcoming home games
 
 
Ground Regulations
 

Ground Regulation 1: All person entering the stadium are admitted only subject to the following ground rules. Entry to the stadium shall be deemed to constitute unqualified acceptance of all of these rules and regulations

Ground Regulation 2: Fireworks, smoke canisters, bottles, glasses, cans, flags, banners, poles, laser pens, flares or any similar articles or containers including anything that could be used as a weapon are not permitted within the stadium. Person in possessions of such articles may be refused entry.

Ground Regulation 3: The consumption of intoxication liquor is permitted only in authorised places and spectators are not permitted to bring alcohol into the stadium.

Ground Regulation 4: The unauthorised climbing of floodlight pylons, stands or other building in the grounds is forbidden.

Ground Regulation 5: Unnecessary noise such as that from radio sets and behaviour likely to cause confusion or nuisance of any kind, including foul or abusive language is not permitted in any part of the ground.

Ground Regulation 6: Under no circumstances is it permitted to throw an object upon the field of play.

Ground Regulation 7: Unauthorised person are not permitted to enter upon the field of play.

Ground Regulation 8: Any person who fails to comply with the instructions of a steward may be ejected from the grounds.

Ground Regulation 9: In general, the right of admission is reserved to the ground management.

Ground Regulation 10: The ground management reserves the right to refuse admission or to eject nay person who refuses to be searched by a member of the Garda Siochana.

Ground Regulation 11: Any person who remains in a gangway may be ejected from the grounds.

Ground Regulation 12: The ground management reserves the right for its servants or agents to remove from the ground/arena any person who dares not comply with the ground regulations or whose presence in the ground could reasonably be construed and constituting a source of danger, nuisance or annoyance to spectators.

Ground Regulation 13: The moving from to another without the permission of a steward, an Garda Siochana or other authorised agents of the club is strictly forbidden.

Ground Regulation 14: Any person attempting to gain admission to, or being found within a section of the ground designated for members only without the appropriate authorisation may be ejected from the ground.

Ground Regulation 15: Only person specifically authorised in writing from the club management are permitted to offer for sale or distribute within the ground any newspaper, periodical or any other journal.

Ground Regulation 16: Any person found damaging or defacing property of the club will be prosecuted.

Ground Regulation 17: In the event of a match being postponed or abandoned, any refund of the admission charge will be at the sole discretion of the club management. This is subject to a time limitation, the details of which are available from the club ticket office.

Ground Regulation 18: All forms of racist abuse and racist or obscene chanting is strictly forbidden.

Ground Regulation 19: Persons entering the ground are advised to retain their ticket stub, as this may be required to be produced at a later date.