The U’s return to home soil today against Swindon Town, with a whole host of match day activities taking place across the Abbey Stadium on match day!
Tickets are still available online here, in-store or by calling 01223 566 500. Tickets will be available online until 1:30pm on match day and right up to kick off at 3:00pm in-store.
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We are delighted to be joined no less than three Club legends, with all three available across different areas of the ground. Malcolm Webster, Steve Fallon and Liam Hughes will return to the Abbey. Fallon will be entertaining guests in Club Cambridge and will also be making his way out on to the field at half time, alongside U’s Wembley hero Liam Hughes.
Ian Darler Booking Signing and Q & A with Malcolm Webster in association with 100 Years of Coconuts
Meanwhile, Webster will be alongside another U’s legend Ian Darler in the Abbey Arms (located at the rear of the Main Stand) for a special Q & A event post-match for supporters who wish to quiz the former U’s keeper and the U’s Head Groundsman.
Ian Darler will also signing copies of his book “Life’s A Pitch” at the event and in the Club shop before the game at 2pm. More details available by clicking here.
The FanZone will be open for Saturday’s fixture between 1pm-2:45pm providing supporters the ideal area to soak up the pre-match Abbey atmosphere. Located at the rear of the South Habbin, the FanZone will include music from local band Dear Monday, as well as providing a range of hot and cold food items, alcoholic and non-alcoholic drink, entertainment, Marvin the Moose and the perfect place to build up to the game. Free to enter, the FanZone is open to home and away supporters.
Food and Drink
The Club’s tea bars located around the ground will be open in every area serving a range of hot food items such as hot dogs, burgers and pies, plus chocolate bars, crisps and other snacks are also available as well as soft drinks. There are also mobile catering units located in the South Stand, Main Stand, rear of the North Habbin and NRE, offering alternative hot food.
The cash bar in the Abbey Arms is open from 2pm and has a brand new range of Cask Ales for supporters to try out.
The Amber Rambler as always is available from sellers around the ground, in the Club Shop or from the CFU van at the front of the ground, for just £3. This week’s edition includes an exclusive interview with Kyle Knoyle ahead of the game against his former side Swindon Town. Also in this week’s edition:
04 FROM THE CEO - Ian Mather
06 COLIN CALDERWOOD - Head Coach
10 SWINDON TOWN - Away Profile
15 EVAD COMMUNITY HERO - Rochelle and Jacob Witherington
16 KYLE KNOYLE - Player Feature
21 ELEVEN TO TACKLE – Quiz
23 COCONUTS CHRONICLES - Every Picture Tells a Story
27 FROM THE SLO - Dave Matthew-Jones
36 THE 12TH FAN - Gary Stroud
42 AROUND THE DIVISION - Owen Mizon
47 DREAM FIVE O'S - Luke Hannant
57 HOT OFF THE HABBIN - Andrew Stephen