We welcome League One side MK Dons to Arbour Park this Tuesday evening as we begin our defence of the Berks & Bucks FA Senior Cup.
A place in the semi-finals is at stake as the Rebels look to take a step closer to retaining the trophy they won for the first time in 38 years last May.
As usual, we have pulled together some useful information for supporters in advance.
Admission prices are reduced for this match, as below:
Adult (18-64) - £6
Concession (65+) - £4
Student (16-17, Student) - £2
Child (5-15) - £1 (12 year old and under must be accompanied by an Adult)
Infant (0-4) - Free
Please note that season tickets are not valid for this match.
Arbour Park does not have ATMs on site. Credit and debit cards are accepted at Turnstile 4, the Club Shop and main bar in the West Stand. Please note that no smoking or vaping is permitted inside Arbour Park. Anyone wishing to smoke can get their hand stamped by a steward at the exit gates, and be allowed back in afterwards.
Supporters in wheelchairs, or with mobility issues should enter Arbour Park via the front entrance.
Food & drink
The bar and kitchen area on the first floor of the West Stand will be open to all supporters, selling a range of hot and cold food and drinks.
All seating is unreserved and available free of charge on a first come, first served basis.
A limited amount of unreserved free parking will be available at Arbour Park and Lynch Hill Enterprise Academy (SL2 5AY) and St Joseph’s School (SL2 5HN).
Parking at Arbour Park is reserved for players and officials until 19:15, after which remaining spaces will be available to supporters.
There is a limited number of unreserved marked Blue Badge parking spaces at Arbour Park, available on a first come, first served basis for Blue Badge holders.
Off street parking is extremely limited - however there are a number of car parks within walking distance. We would strongly encourage supporters to car-share or travel by public transport where possible. The ground is conveniently situated approximately half a mile from the train and bus stations where plenty of car parking can also be found. Click the link for more information. It takes approximately 15-20 minutes to walk from the station and the car parks.
If you do park in residential streets, please be respectful to our neighbours – keep noise to a minimum, and do not litter. When parking, do not block entranceways and driveways, and do not park dangerously, including on blind corners. There are a number of car parks within walking distance of Arbour Park.
Getting to Arbour Park
Directions to Arbour Park are available by clicking this link.
Rail and bus
Slough Rail station is on the mainline to London Paddington. Arbour Park is a 15-minute walk from the station.
There are various other ways of getting to the ground - click here for more information.
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