Prepare For Saturday's GameAfter a frustrating start to the new campaign, José Riga’s Blackpool side now turn their attention to Millwall, where they'll look to kick-start their season.
The clash is Pool’s second successive away game, and this time sees them go face-to-face with former-boss Ian Holloway.
Here is a quick guide on getting to Millwall.
By car: A little over 250 miles separate Bloomfield Road and The Den, and it takes almost five hours to travel between the two.
Millwall Football Club,
By train: From Blackpool North Station supporters can travel via Preston to London Euston.
Please note due to a major development of London Bridge Railway there will be disruptions to services in the South East region until January 2015. On the day of the game South Bermondsey station, the closest to the The Den, will be closed.
Supporters are advised to travel to Surrey Quays Railway station.
The ‘New’ Den was built in 1993, and saw Millwall leave their old home The Den.
Their current home was the first new all seater stadium to be completed after the Taylor Report on the Hillsborough disaster.
20,146 supporters can fit inside and 10,282 watched The Lions’ 1-0 loss against Rotherham last weekend.
Tickets go off-sale at 1pm at Bloomfield Road on Thursday, but supporters can purchase them from the away ticket office at The Den on Saturday.
Tickets remain priced as follows:
- £23 for Adults
- £14 for Senior Citizens (Over-60)
- £10 for Under-16s
- £5 for Under-12s