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4 November 2016

Latics are back in action at the DW Stadium for the visit of Reading.

  • Latics host Reading at the DW Stadium on Saturday.
  • Tickets available to buy in advance from £22.00 for adults.
  • Info on hospitality, the Family Zone, Community Lottery and more.
  • Minute's silence to be held ahead of kick off as Latics and Reading remember.
  • Exclusive interviews in the match day programme with Jordi Gomez and Ali Al Habsi.


Adults - £22 advance / £24 on day
Over 65s - £20 advance / £22 on day
Under 18s - £10 – advance & on day
Under 11s - £5 - advance & on day
Under 5s - £2 - advance & on day

Buy your tickets online at, on the Credit Card Hotline 0871 66 33 552* or in person at the DW Stadium Ticket Office.

*Calls cost 10 pence per minute from a BT Landline. Calls from other networks and mobiles may cost more.

Online tickets are subject to a £2 facility fee, unless you choose to print at home by selecting the option at the checkout.

2016-17 Season Cards are still for sale on a pro-rata basis and represent the best value to watch Wigan Athletic home games. No season card holder will pay more than £10 per match. Please contact the Ticket Office for more information.


Prior to tomorrow's game with Reading at the DW Stadium, supporters will be asked to hold a minute's silence ahead of Remembrance weekend.

With no club fixtures in the Premier League or Sky Bet Championship next weekend, when traditionally respects would be paid, the decision has been made to remember those who lost their lives serving their country ahead of tomorrow's match (Saturday 5 November).

There will also be collections around the DW Stadium by the Poppy Appeal, so please give generously.


Wigan Athletic’s popular official matchday programme is one you don’t want to miss on Saturday afternoon as once again it’s packed with exclusive content from players and club officials.

Midfielder Jordi Gomez recalls his hat-trick against Saturday’s visitors Reading after scoring another crucial goal for Latics against Cardiff City last weekend.

There’s also an exclusive interview with Ali Al Habsi, who discusses his favourite memories from his time at the DW Stadium and says he can’t wait to see Latics’ supporters again after leaving two years ago.

The highly-praised ‘Diary from the Boardroom’ from chief executive Jonathan Jackson makes for another interesting read this week as the process of recruiting a new manager is detailed, with Jonathan reflecting on the events of the past fortnight.

On top of all of that, the ‘Latics Classics’ match focuses on our 3-1 win over Reading in 2005 as promotion to the Premiership was secured whilst Paul Rowley and Jeff Rourke have all bases covered with our historical content in ‘Rewind’ and ‘On This Day’ too.

Skipper Stephen Warnock assesses the task that Reading will pose and we give plenty of detail on our visitors to make sure you know all you need to about the Royals ahead of kick-off.

Continue your programme collection for just £3 from sellers at the DW Stadium ahead of kick-off or purchase your copy online here.


The Wigan Athletic Supporters Club is hosted in the DW Sports Fitness Lounge in the South Stand.

Membership of the Supporters Club also allows entrance to the Wigan Athletic Supporters Club Bar, which provides a safe place for fans to go a couple of hours to chat and meet before most home games.

The bar serves food, drinks (alcoholic and non alcoholic), has Sky Sports (so if there is an early match it will generally be shown); members can book for away travel, renew or apply for membership and details of any Supporters Club events are also available there.

For more information on becoming a member and how you can access this facility on match days, please [click here].


For more information check out our Visitors Guide for a full run-through of essential info for your trip.


The Wigan Athletic Family Zone is back!

The Family Zone, located underneath the East Stand, with hundreds of youngsters enjoying the revamped pre-match entertainment.

As well as brand new foosball, air hockey and colouring-in stations, junior supporters also get the chance to meet selected first team players! (Subject to availability).

This Saturday, the Family Zone will open from 1.30pm, with free entry for all junior supporters and their families, both home and away!

During half time at each home game you could win one of five great prizes, including cash, signed memorabilia, the coveted jar of Uncle Joe's Mint Balls and a VIP trip to the training ground!

Remember to pick up a ticket from our Lotto sellers on the concourses and around the stadium for just £1 before the game for your chance to win the cash, exclusive money can't buy prizes and signed merchandise.

You have to be in it to win it! Good Luck!

Results can be found [here], to claim a prize please contact the Community Trust office on 01942 488530.


The DW Stadium is a no smoking venue, this includes the use of 'e' or 'vapour' cigarettes. If circumstances permit, stewards will direct you to the 'smoking gate'. Thank you for your cooperation on this matter.

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