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MATCHDAY GUIDE | Belles v Middlesbrough

7 October 2023


MATCHDAY GUIDE | Belles v Middlesbrough

7 October 2023

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All you need to know ahead of the Belles' home league game against Middlesbrough.

The match will kick-off at 2pm at the Eco-Power Stadium.


Tickets for the game are available here or by calling the Box Office on 01302 762576.  Adult tickets cost just £4, 14-17 year olds just £3 and children aged 13 and under £1.  Season ticket holders will be able to use their season cards for this fixture.


Supporters are advised to avoid queues at the Eco-Power Stadium this season and get your e-tickets for matchdays.

Anyone purchasing tickets online who selects the e-ticket delivery option will get their ticket in their e-mail inbox within a matter of minutes - right up until kick-off.

That means there will be no need to queue at the Box Office on matchdays for purchases or collections, saving you valuable time.

E-tickets can be purchased up until kick-off, making it the simplest way to gain entry to home matches this season.

The e-ticket will be sent to the email address attached to your online ticket account - allowing you either to print at home or bring along your smartphone to have the QR code scanned.


  • All tickets will be emailed to the individual who carries out the purchase. For example, an individual purchasing three tickets for a match will be sent all three tickets.
  • All supporters are asked to check that the email address on their accounts is up-to-date.
  • Ticket holders can either print a copy of the e-ticket at home or have the QR code ready on a smartphone when arriving at the stadium.
  • Anyone intending to use their smartphone should be mindful that network and/or wifi coverage at the stadium may be limited. We would therefore encourage supporters to save the ticket file to your phones Documents or Files folder or add a screenshot to your Gallery. Supporters are also asked to ensure phones are sufficiently charged.
  • Those without smartphones and the ability to print at home will be able to request tickets are printed at the Club Doncaster Box Office.


The hospitality area will open from 12.30pm and the turnstiles for this fixture will open at 1pm.


The food and drink outlets will be open from 1.00pm offering a new range of food and drink items, please ensure you visit them and check out the brand-new menu. Please note that all food and drinks outlets on both the stadium concourse and in the restaurant are now cashless facilities.


Professional freestyle footballer Ash Randall will be showing off his skills inside and outside the stadium come along and watch him showcase his skills and maybe show him a few of your own too.


Rovers' quiet area will be open as usual during the match. Supporters who wish to utilise the room should contact the nearest steward or the club's SLO who will take you to the room.


The club store will be open from 10.30am until kick off and then until 4.30pm after the final whistle. Please note that the store is a cashless facility.


Car parking is £3 and is pay on the day in Car Park 2.Please note that traffic will no longer be permitted on Alick Jeffrey Way on matchdays 30 minutes prior to kick-off to ensure the safety of supporters and staff.  The route will re-open to traffic ten minutes after the final whistle. 


Fans aged 13 and under must be accompanied by an adult to gain entry to the stadium. FAMILY STAND

The new look Donny Dog's kennel will be open for this game. Come along and join Donny for fun, games and activities including face painting and skills games.Please note that filming and photography will be taking place in the East Stand concourse prior to kick-off.  If you do not wish to be filmed or photographed, please make yourself aware to a steward as soon as possible.


Supporters can connect to the stadium's wi-fi by joining the network named: 1 - Jibba Jabba Free Wi-Fi

Once this has been clicked it will take you to a splash page where you can register to connect to the internet for free.


Doncaster Rovers would like to encourage supporters to bring flags, banners, and larger ‘surfing’ flags to help create a vibrant atmosphere at the stadium during sports fixtures and events. 

We want to ensure everyone can enjoy the match safely and without obstructed views and therefore have set out guidelines for all flags, banners and surfers brought into the stadium.

Any flag or banner should have the necessary fire safety and flame-retardant certification, and not on sticks/frames.

Click here to read the full guidelines for bringing flag, banners, and surfers into the Eco-Power Stadium


The English football authorities are introducing a series of measures to help improve the behaviour of players, managers and coaches across the professional, National League system and grassroots game, as well as addressing the issue of football tragedy abuse.New policies, procedures, and regulations will come into force from the start of the 2023/24 season, to address unacceptable conduct on the pitch, on the side-lines and in the stands, to ensure that the actions of the minority do not spoil the game for all.  This builds on the work carried out throughout last season to combat dangerous and illegal fan behaviour, supported by the ‘Love Football. Protect the Game’ football-wide campaign. FAN BEHAVIOURTo challenge the totally unacceptable presence of football tragedy abuse, for season 2023/24, regulation changes and tough new measures have been introduced which will see people who are found to have committed offences face stadium bans and potential criminal prosecution. The issue is focused on offensive chanting, gesturing and displaying offensive messages based on football-related tragedies, which causes significant distress to the victims’ families, survivors and affected-club supporters. Football authorities, supporter groups and law enforcement organisations, including the police and CPS, have united to crack down on fans who participate in this vile form of abuse. In addition to bans and criminal sanctions, a range of in-stadium, in-classroom and online resources will be rolled out under the ‘Love Football Protect the Game’ banner, to educate adults and children alike about the hurt tragedy chanting causes. Ground regulations have also been updated to incorporate references to tragedy chanting. The game will also continue its efforts to combat dangerous, illegal and unwelcome behaviour off the pitch, be it in the stands or online. Last season a host of new measures were introduced by authorities which saw enhanced sanctions applied for people identified entering the pitch, using pyros, taking drugs to games, throwing objects or for discriminatory abuse. RESTORATIVE JUSTICE PILOT SCHEMETo support the rehabilitation of those identified as having engaged in negative matchday behaviour, a new pilot scheme is now in development phase which will refer young people to a restorative justice education programme that will seek to inform and educate about the impact of their behaviour on others. The scheme is being run by the Premier League, EFL, Premier League Community Fund and the EFL Trust with support from local police forces and will be trialled at ten clubs across the Premier League, Championship, League One and League Two. Football has the power to unite and inspire all those that play and watch the game. However, sometimes, this can be negatively impacted by a small minority of players, coaches and fans. Our collective approach is to reset this behaviour on the pitch and from the side-lines, whilst giving our referees the respect and protection that they deserve. We are also determined to address the rise in unacceptable behaviour from the stands. Incidents such as dangerous conduct, discrimination, and chanting about football-related tragedies have no place in our game – and can lead to football bans and potential criminal action. Passion, emotion and excitement are fundamental to football; however this must be shown in the right way. Everyone can play their part, so that together we can create a safe and enjoyable environment for all.Supporters have a long track record of policing ourselves so it’s vital that we show real leadership and demonstrate our opposition to tragedy chants, gestures, and slurs at all grounds and on social media. Let’s Keep the passion and lose the poison.”


Doncaster Rovers would like to remind all supporters that the use of pyrotechnic devices is strictly forbidden.

The club has a firm stance on the use of pyrotechnics, whether it be at the Eco-Power Stadium or at any other EFL ground: they cannot and will not be tolerated. 


Please note that stringent searches will take place prior to entering the ground due to several items being found in and around the stadium environment at recent games.


Please be advised that persistent standing during the game is prohibited following new legislation from the Sports Ground Safety Authority for your safety and the safety and comfort of fellow supporters.  

We politely request that all supporters remain seated for as much as possible throughout the game and that all stairwells and aisles are always kept clear as it may result in a reduction of the stadium's capacity.


The Eco-Power Stadium is a no smoking or vaping venue. Anyone found to be smoking or vaping can be ejected from the stadium.

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