The Silkmen raise the curtain on the 2019/20 season tomorrow afternoon, as we make the long journey down to Devon to face Exeter City.
Sol Campbell will be hoping that his new look side will be able to hit the ground running at St James' Park, as we look to claim maximum points from the season opener.
After a gruelling pre-season period, the lads are now ready to start the season in earnest as the drama begins once more.
Macc are set to be backed by a large and vociferous support down in the West Country and this can only help us as we aim to secure the perfect start to the new season.
Speaking ahead of the game, here are the thoughts of Sol Campbell -
Exeter are approaching the new campaign with a great deal of optimism and will no doubt be wanting to take full advantage of home advantage tomorrow afternoon.
The Grecians narrowly missed out on the play-offs last time around, but there is a tangible belief that they will go one better this season.
Much of that belief stems from Matt Taylor, who has undoubtedly assembled a squad capable of challenging this season.
All this means that tomorrow should be a fascinating contest, with ticket details as follows -
The travelling Silkmen faithful will be housed in the IP Office Main Stand, with a £1.00 discount on admission prices available on advance bookings which are available online until midnight tonight.
Supporters can secure their match tickets by calling Exeter City direct on 01392 411243 (option 2), with prices as per the below -
|Over 65 / Student||£20.00||£21.00|
In addition to this, disabled fans who require wheelchair access are charged at a maximum of the concessionary rate - with an assistant being admitted free of charge. Please call the telephone number above or email firstname.lastname@example.org to book these.
Ambulant disabled supporters are charged at the appropriate age-related price, with an assistant also being admitted free of charge.
Any prior sales should be collected from the away booth before approaching the turnstiles. This is situated just up from the turnstiles in St James Road. It is attached to the main St James Centre building and set just back from the road behind the red and white railings.
Entry for fans is through the dedicated away turnstiles just down St James Road from the away ticket booth.