Rovers supporters will be unable to purchase tickets on the day for Sunday's FA Cup first round match at Chorley.
Rovers have sold almost 500 tickets for the match, and supporters without a ticket are advised not to travel to Lancashire. The decision not to sell tickets to Rovers fans on the day was made by the home club on police advice.
There is limited parking at and around the ground, but parking is available at the nearby Morrisons supermarket (Brooke Street, PR7 3BE). This is within walking distance of the stadium, but a free shuttle bus will run from 10am until kick-off, and from the final whistle until 4pm.
Disabled parking bays are available at the ground, these are free but allocated on a first-come-first-served basis.
Rovers supporters unable to get to the game can follow the match with exclusive live audio commentary via iFollow Rovers, while the BBC will also be showing elements of the match live through their Final Score show on the red button.