Hot on the heels of their successful trip to Leeds, the Falcons Supporters Club are inviting fans to join them for next month's away trip to Rotherham.
Following their incredibly successful away trip to Leeds, Newcastle Falcons Supporters Club are inviting supporters to join them for the game against Rotherham on Saturday 2nd March.
The Supporters Club have already book two coaches for what they expect to be a very popular trip so don't miss out, book your seats online now via the Supporters Club website: www.newcastlefalconssupportersclub.co.uk. The cost for adults to travel is £20 and £10 for juniors.
Coaches will leave Kingston Park at 10.30am, Gateshead Interchange at 10.40am, Washington Services at 10.50am and Scotch Corner at 11.20am ready to head down to Rotherham for the game which kicks off at 3pm.
Coaches will then depart Rotherham at 6pm.
Rotherham do not have the facility to sell match tickets in advance but are inviting Falcons fans to buy their tickets at the gate on arrival. Prices are as follows:
You will be able to view the match from anywhere in the ground, although seating is limited and is allocated on a first come first served basis.
Unfortunately the Supporters Club do not have full access for disabled supporters but they will welcome anyone who wishes to come along for the trip and ensure that all are looked after.
Rotherham also have an offer on that for £20 per person includes pie, chips and peas with a pint, plus a match ticket for standing admission. If you are travelling with the Supporters Club and wish to take advantage of this deal please contact Richie Smith on email@example.com or 07932 032 501 so that we can advise the club how many to cater for and how many food, pint and programme vouchers they will have to provide.
Those fans who are travelling independently to the game and wish to take advantage of this deal please contact firstname.lastname@example.org to ensure that you will be catered for.
Supporters Club Chair Julia Bradley said: "I hope, as always, to see as many of you as possible at the game - another step closer to the playoffs! Let's make ourselves heard in Rotherham loud and clear. COME ON FALCONS!!"