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GUIDE | All you need to know for your Rovers v Colchester United matchday

27 April 2023

Club News

GUIDE | All you need to know for your Rovers v Colchester United matchday

27 April 2023

All you need to know ahead of Rovers' Sky Bet League Two match against Colchester United.

The match will kick-off at 3pm at the Eco-Power Stadium.


Tickets for the game are available here or by calling the Box Office on 01302 762576.


For those who can't make the match you can listen from wherever you are with your iFollow match pass for only £2.50. Commentary will be brought to you by Robbie Andrews. Purchase your match pass from HERE.


You could be a lucky winner with the Golden Goal scratch cards.  The first prize this week is an amazing £1,000 and the second prize is £500. Cards can be purchased pre-match from programme sellers around the ground and from the Club Doncaster Box Office. Each card costs £2. 

For more information and T&Cs please click HERE.


The matchday programme includes an exclusive interview with Tommy Rowe.  The programme is available from sellers around the stadium and in the bowl for just £3.


The players and coaching staff will carry out a lap of the stadium bowl approximately ten minutes after the final whistle to thank supporters for their support this season.


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.


If Rovers vs Colchester United is your first match at the Eco-Power Stadium please let us know HERE and you could receive a special visit from Donny Dog and a shout-out on the big screen! 

Young fans can also find interactive activities to play before while walking to and while at the stadium HERE.


The club store will be open from 10am until kick-off and will re-open for 20 minutes after the final whistle. Please note that the store is a cashless facility.


The Belle Vue Bar is open to all supporters from 12.30pm.


Hospitality guests are advised to park in Car Park One. Parking in Car Park Three is available to pre-book through the Box Office, however, this is subject to availability. 

Anyone reporting to the Club Doncaster Academy should park in Car Park Three.

Car parking is £6 when purchased on the day, but you can purchase for £5 if booked in advance of the match day.  Please CLICK HERE to book your car parking.


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

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 has the opportunity to 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


A statement on behalf of football authorities: Love Football, Protect the Game. 

The passionate support of fans is a vital part of what makes football so special in this country. It is completely understandable that emotions run high, particularly at this stage of the season when there is so much to play for.

However, we must remind supporters that in the interests of safety and wellbeing for everyone inside our stadiums, the pitch is for players, managers and officials, while the stands are there for fans to support their team.

At the end of last season, we witnessed some unwelcome scenes when fans entered the field of play without permission at several grounds. Even if this is done in celebratory fashion, any supporter who comes onto the pitch is breaking the law and putting the welfare of players, coaches, club staff and fellow fans at risk.

We know that this unacceptable behaviour is carried out by a minority of fans, and their actions do not represent most supporters, but they risk ruining the fantastic experience of a football match for everyone.

At the start of this season, the Premier League, EFL, NLS Leagues and The FA worked with the Football Supporters' Association to introduce new measures and stronger sanctions to tackle anti-social and criminal behaviours, such as entering the pitch and the use of pyrotechnics.

This includes automatic club bans and police action, and we have seen cases this season which have led to fans receiving criminal records. This can impact employment and education prospects, restrict ability to travel overseas, and could result in a prison sentence. Club bans can also extend to accompanying parents or guardians of children who take part in this activity.

Our message is clear: fans must stay in the stands and avoid any unnecessary disruption.

The legislation in place this season can be viewed by clicking HERE.


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.


Facemasks are optional for supporters and staff. Please be respectful of people's decisions.

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