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Away Day Blues: Salford City

21 November 2019

We’re back on the road again this Saturday and this time we’re making the short trip to Salford City and The Peninsula Stadium. Ahead of the game, we’ve gathered everything you need to know if you’re travelling to watch our first ever game against The Ammies.

Stadium Address

The Peninsula Stadium

Moor Lane

Salford

M7 3PZ

Distance from Moss Rose: 32.1 miles

Estimated travel time: 1 hour

About The Ground:

The Peninsula Stadium, formerly known as Moor Lane, has undergone extensive redevelopment over the last couple of years. Following several promotions from the lower tiers of the English football pyramid, Salford announced plans for a new stadium. Moor Lane’s single stand was demolished and replaced with four enclosed stands that would soon be sponsored by Peninsula. Flood lights in the shape of Salford’s badge are on each corner of the 5,106 capacity stadium.

Tickets:

Adults: £10.00

Concessions: £5.00

These are effective both in advance and on the day of the game itself.

You can purchase your tickets online at the Salford City Ticket Office site located here.

Parking:

Street parking can be found at the top of Kersal Road at the postcode M25 9XT. There is no fee and is just a short walk away from the stadium (0.4km).

Salford City also operate a park and ride scheme for Silkmen fans which will take supporters directly to the stadium for a fee of £2. This can be found at M27 8SJ.

Food & Drink

A Lidl, Pizza Hut and Dominoes are located 0.7 miles (15 minute walk) away from the stadium alongside a number of takeaways/restaurants.

The Fairways Lodge welcomes visiting supporters who wish to enjoy a pre-match pint before the game. It is a hotel with a public bar and is situated around half a mile from the stadium, making it the closest away friendly pub to the ground. It can be found on George Street at the postcode M25 9WS.

Further away from the stadium is the Friendship Inn which offers real ale and food amongst other items. It is just over a mile away can be found at the postcode M25 0PD.

Stadium Prices

Pie: £2.50

Tea: £1

Lager/Cider: £3.50

Matchday Programme: £3

We need you now, more than ever.

Let's roar Daryl and his players onto victory and bring back those points!

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Match Reports

Match Report: Salford City 0-0 Macclesfield Town

23 November 2019

Macclesfield Town played out an entertaining goalless draw away at the Peninsula Stadium this afternoon in what proved to be a tightly contested affair.

Both sides came close to breaking the deadlock with the woodwork and a fantastic Owen Evans save keeping the hosts at bay, whilst Connor Kirby came closest to opening the scoring for Macc.

The game’s first opportunity fell to defender David Fitzpatrick, but the Silkmen full back appeared to be caught in two minds and his cross-come-shot sailed harmlessly over the Salford crossbar.

Macc’s best chance of the first period came after 25 minutes as Connor Kirby was played through from a Ben Stephens header; but the covering Nathan Pond forced Connor wide onto his left foot and his effort curled just wide of Salford’s goal.

Salford had their best chance of the half moments later as Ibou Touray found Adam Rooney with a cross from deep, but the Irish forward could only find the roof of the net with his looping header.

Rooney would have another chance to open the scoring as the first half ticked towards its conclusion but his powerful header from Jake Jervis’ delivery flew past Owen Evans’ far post.

The first real chance of the second half came the way of the Silkmen as Jak McCourt picked up the ball midway inside the Salford half before driving at the Ammies backline and hitting a curling effort which Chris Neal just about clawed out of the bottom corner.

McCourt and former Macc midfielder Danny Whitehead then clashed midway through the half after a foul by the latter, resulting in both players receiving yellow cards from referee Matthew Donohue.

The game began to open up as it came towards its climax, with Salford hitting the post through Lois Maynard after a dangerous cross from substitute Danny Lloyd.

The Ammies came close again moments later as Lloyd fired goalward from the edge of the Macc area, forcing Owen Evans into a fantastic acrobatic save to keep the scores level.

Macc then hit back with an attack of their own as Emmanuel Osadebe galloped down the left side before whipping a dangerous cross towards Connor Kirby; but he couldn’t connect as the ball flashed agonisingly across the Salford goal before going behind for a goal kick.

Danny Lloyd would have the final opportunity to try and break the deadlock for the hosts, but his close-range effort was expertly blocked by Nathan Cameron as the Silkmen defence held firm to claim a point.

 

Line Ups

Salford City

1. Chris Neal

3. Ibou Touray

4. Oscar Threlkeld

7. Luke Armstrong (Brandon Thomas-Asante, 62')

8. Lois Maynard

9. Adam Rooney (C)

15. Cameron Burgess

17. Richie Towell (Danny Lloyd, 62')

18. Danny Whitehead

23. Nathan Pond

32. Jake Jervis

Unused Substitutes

12. Kyle Letheren (GK), 5. Liam Hogan, 6. Carl Piergianni, 22. Dan Jones, 34. Alex Doyle.

 

Macclesfield Town

1. Owen Evans

4. Jak McCourt

5. Fiacre Kelleher (C)

7. Arthur Gnahoua (Jacob Blyth, 90')

8. Jay Harris

10. Ben Stephens (Emmanuel Osadebe, 62')

12. Miles Welch-Hayes

14. Connor Kirby

15. Fraser Horsfall

23. David Fitzpatrick

25. Nathan Cameron

Unused Substitutes

13. Reice Charles-Cook (GK), 9. Joe Ironside, 16. Corey O'Keeffe, 22. Brice Ntambwe.

 

Attendance: 2,484 (661 Macclesfield Town).

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