06 Jan 2022 by Brian Flynn

Book on the supporters coach to Grimsby Town


We are pleased to advise we will be running a 49 seater coach to Grimsby Town on Saturday 15th January.

Vanarama National League
Grimsby Town v Altrincham
Saturday January 15th 2022 @ 3pm
Blundell Park

Please note that our coaches are family friendly and there is to be no alcohol, smoking or vaping on board. 

Please also note that due to the current Covid restrictions, it is mandatory that all passengers wear face masks at all times on the coach unless medically exempt (you will be required to provide proof of exemption to the driver).

We positively welcome supporters of all ages.

You can book and pay for your seat in either of the following ways:-

Card payment by telephone (0161 928 1045) 
From Monday January 10th-Friday January 14th: 9am-5pm

By Bank Transfer:-                                          
Online payments can be made to the club’s bank account, as detailed below, with your name to be used as the reference.

HSBC Altrincham
Sort Code: 40-08-22   
Account Number: 31298399        
Name: Altrincham AFC Ltd

Please confirm that payment has been sent & your departure point by contacting John Rooke so that we can confirm your reservation.

Bookings & payments to be made by 5pm on Friday January 14th.

Adults:      £22

Over 65s:  £20

16 & Under & people in full-time education:  £18

Departure PointsTime
The Vine Inn, Washway Road, Sale09:40am
The Hare and Hounds, Stockport Road, Timperley09:50am
Altrincham Leisure Centre (opposite)09:55am
Altrincham FC, The J. Davidson Stadium, Moss Lane10:00am

Altrincham FC to Grimsby Town FC is a driving distance of 131 miles.
We will be stopping for 30-45 minutes en-route.
The coach will return immediately after the game with a 15-30 minutes stop on the return journey.


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