Prepare For Saturday's GameIt's a new ground for Blackpool on Saturday, the only Championship stadium the club are yet to visit, as they travel to Rotherham United.
No strangers to visits to Millmoor in the '90s and '80s, but this will be the first trip to the New York Stadium, which was opened in 2012.
The new all-seater stadium is enjoying its first season at this level, and is all set for The Seasiders.
Around 100 miles separate Bloomfield Road and the New York Stadium, with supporters advised to allow approximately two hours for the journey.
New York Stadium,
New York Way,
The stadium is a short walk away from Rotherham Central train station, but supporters will need to change between one and three times from Blackpool North. The quickest route involves changing at Manchester Piccadilly, then Meadowhall.
Rotherham have enjoyed continued success since moving to the New York Stadium, tasting promotion in the two seasons they've spent there.
12,021 supporters can cram inside the stadium, after the club spent a number of years at their temporary home of the Don Valley Stadium.
Jacob Mellis scored the first goal at the new stadium for Barnsley, while Rotherham won the first competitive fixture there against Burton 3-0.
Tickets go off sale on Thursday 1pm, but supporters can still pay on the day with a £2 price increase.
The current prices are as follows:
£23 for Adults
£13 for Concessions (Seniors 60+, Students in full-time education and disabled*)
£8 for Juveniles (13-17 years)
£6 for Kids 12 and under
More ticket information can be found HERE.