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13 February 2019

Ticketing, travel, parking and match day activity information for Latics and Stoke City supporters at the DW Stadium.

  • Match Day - Wigan Athletic v Stoke City.
  • Information for supporters ahead of fixture in the Sky Bet Championship.
  • Back the boys at the DW Stadium!

Heading down the DW Stadium to support Latics this evening? Or visiting from Stoke City? Here's our latest match day information to make your visit to the DW as enjoyable as possible.


Wigan Athletic v Stoke City Ticket Prices

How To Buy

In-person - Tickets available on the day from the DW Stadium Ticket Office. The Ticket Office is open from 9.00am and closes half an hour after kick off. Supporters can also pay cash on the turnstiles in the East and South Stands.

Online - Purchase online and print at home before you travel.

By phone - Call the ticket office on 01942 311111 to order now and pick up from the ticket office ahead of kick off.

Late turnstiles are open for 40 minutes after kick off. They are located in the following stands.

North Stand - P1
South Stand - F1
East Stand - L5
West Stand - D1


Seasonal car parking passes are available by calling the ticket office on 01942 311111 priced at £69.

Supporters using Car Park 1 (Visitors Car Park), Car Park 3 (behind the East Stand) and Car Park 4 (accessed via Frith Street off Saddle Junction) will be required to pay a charge (see below).

Cars & Motorcycles - £5.00
Minibuses - £10.00
Coaches - £20.00

Car Parks 2 & 5 are for reserved parking only.

[Click here] for a map of the DW Stadium car parks.

Disabled supporters are recommended to park on the North West car park for easy access for more information please email


There's plenty more information in our handy guide for supporters visiting the DW Stadium, whether it's your first time or if you're simply looking for more details about the match day experience.

[Click here] to download.


Education Open Evening

Wigan Athletic Community Trust will host an Education Open Evening before Latics' game against Stoke City at the DW Stadium on Wednesday night.

The event takes place between 6pm-7.30pm in the East Stand Family Zone, and attendees will receive a free match ticket to the game that evening (K.O 7.45pm).

The Community Trust offer a number of educational opportunities to young people, including the National Citizen Service, 12 week traineeships, Level 2 and Level 3 Study Programmes, Level 3 PE and School Sport coaching apprenticeships and a Foundation Degree in Community Football Coaching.

Benefits include FA Level 1 and 2 coaching badges, first aid, safeguarding certificates and experience working in a variety of different settings.


Concourse Catering Menu 2018-19


Show your colours and buy the latest Latics merchandise from the club shop located towards the North end of the stadium! Open from 5.00pm.


With our Mickey Toones collectable caricatures on the front and exclusives interviews and content inside, you can pick up a copy of the programme for £3 from sellers around the stadium, or purchase online to keep up with your collection.

Wigan Athletic v Stoke City Match Day Programme Nick Powell


Fans can buy Latics Lotto tickets, priced at just £2, from sellers at the stadium before home games, with results announced via the club’s social media channels and website after each game.

A cash prize is on offer, with previous winner taking home £159 from our recent fixture against Queens Park Rangers.

Proceeds from Latics Lotto go towards supporting activites and programmes carried out by the club's official charity Wigan Athletic Community Trust.


Gordon Banks Stoke City Statue

Everyone connected to Wigan Athletic sends their heartfelt condolences to the family, friends and supporters of one of England's greatest players, Gordon Banks, who sadly passed away at the age of 81.

As a mark of respect, a minute's applause will be carried out ahead of kick off at Wednesday night's Sky Bet Championship fixture at the DW Stadium with one of Gordon's former clubs, Stoke City.

As a World Cup winner, Gordon had a major impact on the game and will be sadly missed. He made 73 appearances for England, playing in every game of the 1966 World Cup campaign, culminating in the 4-2 victory over West Germany in the final at Wembley. He also won two League Cups and was named FIFA goalkeeper of the year six times in an incredible career.

Latics' first team manager, Paul Cook, paid his respects earlier today, saying:

"Gordon Banks is undoubtedly one of the best goalkeepers English football has ever seen. His performances for our country, for Leicester and for Stoke won the hearts of football fans and provided lifelong memories, but more so because of his character as a gentleman.

"Everyone here would like to pay our respects to Gordon, to his family and to his friends. Football has today lost a true great."

Latics' first team goalkeeper Jamie Jones added: "It's a sad day for the goalkeeper's union. There are countless goalkeepers who look up to Gordon Banks and use him as inspiration for their careers today.

"I was too young to ever see Gordon play, but his saves are legendary and his demeanour on and off the pitch is something everyone should look to emulate."

On Wednesday evening we will also pay our respects to former Latics midfielder Mick Kennedy who passed away earlier this week.

Mick played 17 times for Latics in his final season in 1993-94, at the end of a career which included spells with Halifax, Huddersfield Town, Middlesbrough, Portsmouth, Bradford City, Leicester City, Stoke City and Chesterfield, and saw him represent Republic of Ireland twice.

Our thoughts go out to Mick's friends and family at this sad time.

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