Capacity: 16,750 (all seated)
Address: Seasiders Way, Blackpool, FY1 6JJ
Telephone: 01253 685 000
Ticket Office: 0844 847 1953
Pitch Size: 112 x 74 yards
Pitch Type: Grass
Club Nickname: The Seasiders or Tangerines
Year Ground Opened: 1899
Town fans will be housed in the Stan Mortensen (North) Stand, at one end of the ground. Up to 2,500 supporters can be accommodated in this area. Tickets for this game are currently on sale from the Blundell Park ticket offices.
Adults - £22
Seniors (60+) - £18
Junior Under 19 - £10
Junior Under 11 (accompanied with adult/senior) - FOC
Disabled - £22 (or relevant concession price)
Carer - FOC
Where to Eat & Drink
The club recommends The Old Bridge House on Lytham Road (10 minutes from stadium), The Waterloo in Waterloo Road (5 minutes) or the Auctioneer near Blackpool South Station which is Wetherspoons outlet.
Food inside ground includes a range of Holland's Pies; Potato & Meat, Steak, Cheese & Onion, Chicken & Ham and Herta Hot Dogs.
John Lennon's first wife Cynthia Powell was born here, as was TV presenter Zoe Ball. Comedians Lennie Bennett and Syd Little, plus actors David Thewlis and Ricky Tomlinson, also come from these parts.
How to get there
Leave the M6 at Junction 32. Follow the M55 into the outskirts of Blackpool and continue straight along this road until you see the ground on your right. The ground is roughly located about half way between the Pleasure Beach and the Tower and is about a 1/4 of a mile inland from the south shore.
A huge pay and display car park is located just across the road from the ground, which stretches all the way from near the Blackpool South station.
The closest railway station to the ground is Blackpool South and is around a ten minute walk away. However fewer trains stop at this station with most calling at Blackpool North. Blackpool North Railway Station is around two miles away and therefore you may wish to jump in a cab to the ground.
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