If Saturday is your first visit to Arbour Park, or you’re unfamiliar with the ground, we’ve prepared a handy guide – click here to read.
Getting to Arbour Park
As well as our visitors’ guide mentioned above, you can find directions to Arbour Park, including parking information, here.
Make your way to either turnstile 4, which is in the south-west corner of the ground, or turnstile 1 (north-west corner, nearest to Lynch Hill Enterprise Academy). The turnstiles will open at 1.30pm.
Slough Town membership cards have a QR code which is unique to you and will be scanned at the turnstile to confirm your attendance. Please be aware that proof of age and student status may be requested depending on your membership type. You can of course also print your QR code or show it on your smartphone or add your membership to Apple Pay or Google Pay!
Supporters with pre-paid match tickets should present them for scanning, either printed or on a smartphone.
If you’re paying at the turnstiles, we accept credit/debit cards and cash. Our matchday admission prices can be found here.
Match tickets may be purchased online at a discount, up to one hour before kickoff – click here to purchase.
The Small Strings
We are delighted to welcome local band The Small Strings to Arbour Park on Saturday. The Small Strings is a band comprising numerous ukulele players, a rhythm section of bass and cajon, and a number of vocalists. They offer a quirky repertoire mixed together from pop, rock and soul tunes, all of which have been given a unique ukulele twist. They will be playing from 1.45pm.
Alzheimer’s Dementia Support
We will welcome Alzheimer’s Dementia Support on Saturday. They cover Slough, Windsor and Maidenhead, and will be on hand to answer any questions, promote their existing services and raise money. They will be located inside the ground nearest to turnstile 4.
Make sure you pick up your copy of our new-look matchday programme, Rebels Review tomorrow! There's 44 full-colour pages including words from Scott Davies and Josh Jackman, and the popular Legend of Pegasus and Brighton Rebel features, all for just £3. Rebels Review will be available at both turnstiles.
Food & drink
We are pleased to welcome back The Well Nice! Food Co., who will have fish & chips (and vegetarian and vegan alternatives) on the menu.
The bar and kitchen area on the first floor of the West Stand will be open as usual, and the tea bar on the ground floor of the West Stand offers a range of hot and cold drinks.
After the match, we will be showing the Rugby World Cup, Pool D match between England and Samoa in the bar area.
Many of the seats in the West Stand are reserved for those supporters with reserved seating. All other seating is unreserved and available on a first come, first served basis.
We invite you to visit our new-look club shop, which will not only have home and away replica shirts and the usual merchandise on display, but also some new lines!
Arbour Park ground regulations
We would like to remind all supporters of the Arbour Park ground regulations and emphasise that anti-social or discriminatory behaviour of any nature will not be tolerated. Such behaviour will result in ejection from the ground. The club may impose a ban on any individual found to have committed such an offence. The ground regulations can be found here.
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