Witton complete a run of four successive cup fixtures on Tuesday evening when they welcome Kidsgrove Athletic to Wincham Park in the Second Round of the Integro League Challenge Cup. Our visitors go into the game following a blank weekend due to the postponement of their Buildbase FA Challenge Trophy First Qualifying Round tie. Witton's cup exploits have been a bit mixed in recent weeks with their FA Challenge Cup run ending at the final qualifying stage, before they bowed out of the Cheshire Senior Cup at the first hurdle only to get things back on track at the weekend by beating Whitby Town in the FA Trophy. The game gives Witton an opportunity to progress in another competition and begin another run but the real concern will be the lack of league action in recent weeks. The competition also allows Albion boss Carl Macauley the chance to give game time to some players who perhaps haven't featured much, whilst at the same time wanting to take the game as seriously as possible. Kidsgrove will see this as a chance for them also to continue a run in the competition and obviously in their position, cause an upset against a higher ranked club. They certainly have the capability to cause problems for Witton particularly, in the shape of striker Anthony Malbon a player well-known for his goalscoring prowess. The game will not be an easy test for Witton and it could all come down to who wants it more. Should the game be drawn after normal time the tie will be decided on penalties with no extra time. Kick off at Wincham Park is 7.45pm.
Parking: The Car Park is past the Social Club on the right. Please note: Parking for Disabled is available next to the turnstiles as you approach the stadium from the access road.
Admission Prices: Adults £10, Over 65's/Disabled £7, 16-21 year olds £5, Under 16's £2. Please note: Witton Albion Membership Cards are NOT valid for this fixture. Supporters are advised to enter the stadium by way of the turnstiles at the Wincham End of the ground.
Matchday Programme: £2 - A 40 page edition on sale inside the Social Club and also the stadium from the museum next to the turnstiles.
Social Club: The Social Club is open from 6.30pm.
Social Club Access: Before the game, the Social Club is accessible by way of the main entrance ONLY. From half time onwards the Social Club is accessible from inside the stadium via a passageway within the main stand. Alcohol is permitted inside the stadium but MUST be in a plastic beaker.
Refreshments: Food is available from inside the Social Club before & after the game. The Tea Bar (Queenie's) is also open during the game inside the stadium.
Please note: As the Social Club is now a full-time food preparation area, dogs are not permitted inside the building - with the exception of assistance dogs (hearing & visually impaired).
Additional Information: Please note: We will be observing a minute 's silence before the game as a mark of respect following the tragic events at Leicester City's ground on Saturday night.