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13 October 2022

Club News


13 October 2022

IT’S the first of three home games in a week for the Brewers starting with the visit of Morecambe on Saturday, October 15, with a 3pm kick off.

Albion are back on home turf after gaining a well-deserved point away at promotion-chasing Peterborough last time out.


Burton Albion’s first-ever home game as a Football League club was against Morecambe back in August 2009. The Brewers won 5-2 to get their first league campaign up and running.


Burton Albion and Morecambe have been locking horns since both clubs were in the Northern Premier League. Since the Brewers were promoted to the Football League in 2009 the two clubs have met 15 times with the Brewers winning eight, drawing two and losing five of the games. Honours were even last year with the Brewers winning 3-2 at the Pirelli Stadium and Morecambe winning the reverse fixture 3-0.


The referee will be Tom Reeves. In the 14 games he has officiated this season, he has shown 53 yellow cards and no red cards.

The assistant referees will be Nik Barnard and Paul Stonier, with Abbas Khan as the fourth official.


To mark Breast Cancer Awareness Month this October, Burton Albion Community Trust is supporting a charity project asking fans to donate bras for recycling.

The national charity Against Breast Cancer runs a scheme where UK residents can donate their old or never worn bras to the charity which then arranges for the donations to be sent to less economically developed countries, where many women will benefit from the items which are seen as a luxury.

In exchange for the weight of bras collected, the charity receives monetary donations which goes towards funding research to find a cure for breast cancer.

Burton Albion Community Trust is accepting donations at the Family Zone before kick-off. Look out for the collection point or ask a staff member.

More information at

Thanks to everyone who donated to Derbyshire Blood Bikes at the Forest Green home game helping to raise £432.


Our regular Family Zone activities are taking place before the game.

Come and try out football, archery, inflatable fun, colouring and much more across the Astro pitch and inside the community building.

Billy Brewer will be on hand and has been trying out some of the indoor and outdoor activities as can be seen in our gallery. View HERE

Make sure to come down from 1.30pm on Saturday afternoon - the fun is open to both home and away fans!

There is plenty more information for young fans on the club website such as the history of the club, how to become a mascot and fun things to do such as our autograph and colouring sheets which you can download now - click here to visit our Family Section!


The popular Don Burger catering unit will be at the Pirelli Stadium for this game, serving gourmet burgers to both home and away fans from approximately 1pm. They will be serving their popular Don Burger so make sure to pick up yours.

We also have a wide range of food and drink inside - including jacket potatoes, hot dogs, burgers, chips and our famous faggots and peas. Chips are just £2.50, a burger is £3.20. Pies and pasties are £3.




Match and Man of the Match Sponsor – RSVP Introductions

RSVP Introductions, a dating and singles events company, is based in Oakham, Rutland. The firm is celebrating its 30th anniversary this year and is part of the wider Dating Options Group, the largest personal matchmaking company in the UK. Joining us is Sales Director Andrew Parker Dennis. 

Player Sponsor

Corrie Ndaba’s Player Sponsor is SNSG, an innovative security solutions provider. Managing Director Martyn Green will be at the game to receive his signed shirt from Corrie.


Joseph Novak, who has been a Brewers Season Ticket Holder for the last six years will be celebrating his 13th birthday with mum Shelley, dad Michael, brother Isaac, aunty Faye, friends Lucas and Kieron plus grandma and grandad and friend Dawn. 

Connor Nicholls, who is five years old, will be attending his first-ever match in hospitality with his dad.



The Matchday Brewer can be bought around the ground and in the Club Shop priced at £3 for 48 pages of exclusive content.

It includes an interview with Mustapha Carayol and pictures from the Brewers 10K.

There is League One news round up and detailed look at our opposition.


Early bird ticket prices for the game are as follows:


Adults: £22
Senior (65-plus): £20
Young Person (17-22): £20
Under-17: £12
Under-13: £12


Adults: £18
Senior (65-plus): £16
Young Person (17-22): £13
Under-17: £5
Under-13: £5

Early bird tickets are available up until 5pm the day before each matchday. Tickets purchased after this time will incur a £2.00 increase in price.

Book your tickets right now via our online ticket store or, if you are purchasing on your mobile phone use our web-based app.

You can also purchase tickets by visiting the Club Shop at the Pirelli Stadium or you can call 01283 565938. 

Brewers fan will be able to pay in cash on the turnstiles for this fixture for terrace admission. You will need a ticket for seats. The East (Away) Stand terrace will not be open for this fixture. Away fans can purchase seat tickets on the day from the ticket windows.


Please park responsibly around the ground and use the Ryknild Trading Estate rather than the surrounding streets

More details HERE


The Brewers take on Bradford City in the final group game of the Papa Johns Trophy on Tuesday, October 18, with a 7pm kick off.

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