Match Day Information: Grimsby Town

Boro are set to tackle a strong League Two outfit Grimsby Town at the Flamingo Land Stadium on Tuesday 23rd July, kick off 7.30pm.
 
Michael Jolley's side recently beat Doncaster Rovers 1-0 in a pre-season friendly on Saturday before heading to the seaside to face the seadogs on Tuesday. Grimsby are likely to feature former Boro loanee and fan favourite, Max Wright in the side as he made his debut in the final League Two fixture of the 2018/19 season.
 
Boro skipper, Michael Coulson also looks set to face his former club, where he scored 21 goals over three seasons whilst on loan from Barnsley before joining the Mariners permanently back in 2010.
 
Boro look to be at full strength with the exception of young centre half Isaac Assenso, who continues to recover from a knee injury who is joined on the treatment table by Will Annan and trialist, Leon Dawson.
 
Supporters are reminded that while the developments at the Flamingo Land Stadium are progressing, general admittance is via the "Boro Gates" or Gas Works End turnstiles from 6.30pm. Disabled supporters should contact the club in advance of the game to avoid disappointment. The Clubhouse will be open from 6pm.
 
Admission: £10 Adults, £5 Concessions (Students, 65+ or Armed Forces Personnel), £3 Youths (12-17 years) and Kids aged 11 and under Go Free (when accompanied by a paying adult).
 
There are over 250 free car parking spaces at the Sports Village. The Sports Village is sign posted from all entries into the Town. Disabled parking is also available. Flamingo Land Stadium, Scarborough Sports Village, 5 Ashburn Road, Scarborough, YO11 2JW.
 
Hot and cold food is available from the Clubhouse and also from a catering outlet inside the Ground.
 
Match day programmes are available to purchase on the day for just £2 from the programme hut located next the turnstiles.
 
It is recommended supporters avoid the Filey Road/Ramhill Road traffic lights due to four way traffic lights which are ongoing and often congested due to roadworks.
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