Newport County AFC will take on Macclesfield Town this Tuesday evening. Both the Silkmen and the Exiles will battle it out to claim the first silverware of the season in the inaugural #SaveOurShirt 'Unsponsored Derby'.
Tickets for County's next Sky Bet League Two match of the season away at Macclesfield are available to purchase on the day.
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If you have arranged for your tickets to be left for collection at Macclesfield Town, these will be available from the Away Ticket Office on match day.
For any further information on ticketing queries we recommend that you contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call (01633) 415376.
By Car exit the M6 at junction 17 (Sandbach) and follow the A534 to Congleton. From here take the A536 to Macclesfield (Macclesfield is signposted from the Motorway).
After passing the ‘Millers’ pub on the left, continue for about ¼ of a mile and take the first right after the speed-camera onto Moss Lane. Follow Moss Lane until you reach the ground.
Continue along Moss Lane past the ground and round a right-hand bend to the away end of the ground.
The Away Ticket Office is located immediately to the left of the ground next to the Silkmen Café.
By Train, the nearest station is Macclesfield Station. Leave the station and turn left up Sunderland Street until you reach a major crossroads at the war memorial. Take the left here and follow for roughly a mile.
The ground is immediately in front of you with the Away Ticket Office located immediately to the left of the ground next to the Silkmen Café.
Car Parking Although Macclesfield Town do not have a car park for visiting supporters, there is ample road side parking in the immediate areas around the ground.
The Club asks supporters to be advised to check for double white and yellow lines. A very safe place to park is in the Lyme Green Retail Park, which is only about 300 yards South of the ground down the London Road or on the London Road itself.
Looking for all of the pre-match info you need to know ahead of tomorrow’s #SkyBetLeagueTwo ‘Unsponsored Derby’ clash against Macclesfield Town? Ryan Robinson has you covered!