On Tuesday 25th April at 19:45 Prescot Cables will face National League side Southport FC in the County Cup Final of the Liverpool Senior Cup.
This is a fantastic opportunity for Prescot Cables to showcase what the club is about and what it has to offer. The Club including the Management Team, Playing Staff, Players, Volunteers and Supporters want to make this truly a night to remember and one that all Prescot, Knowsley (surrounding area) and Non-League fans can be proud of.
The Club hope to show the Football Community what a great club Prescot Cables is both as a Footballing place of excellence within our local area and as an Asset of Community Value. It is expected that Cables will demonstrate why we are the fourth biggest team in the Liverpool postcode and that we are an inclusive friendly club, providing a friendly family alternative to more expensive forms of the football game.
Southport FC Players, Officials and Fans are welcomed to our ground and whilst there can only be one winner we trust that both teams will be afforded the utmost respect and will enjoy the event as a highlight of their season.
Supporters attending are encouraged to arrive at the ground as early as possible to avoid queues at the turnstile. Additional Turnstiles will be available on the night. Officials, Guests and Sponsors should report to the steward on the left most turnstile. Please note that it is a condition of entry to this ground that you are liable and agreeable to being searched at the discretion of the board or their agents. Any one found carrying fireworks or any other incandescent materials will be removed from the ground and barred from further entry. Furthermore any one who runs onto the pitch and disrupts playing, warm up routines, warm down routines either during the game or at any interval will be asked to leave and be barred from further entry.
Prescot Cables is a Community venture and we are seeking assistance from individuals who can help make this great occasion run smoothly. Please contact GeoffC on 07903217231 if you can and are willing to assist.
A larger than usual attendance is expected for the game. As such supporters are encouraged to utilise public transport if suitable to reduce congestion and disruption to local residents. Alternatively visitors travelling by car are requested not to approach to the ground directly. The majority of streets surrounding the ground are controlled by residents parking permits. Nearby Free parking is available in the Mill Street Car Park (directly off the High Street) and only a very short walk from the ground.
Updated 15:24 - 26 Apr 2017 by Steve Garnett
Any person with mobility considerations or wheelchair users do not have to negotiate turnstiles. Such persons should report to the Gate Stewards who will afford entry via the main gates. The terraces are fairly flat and useable by wheelchair users with ramps available to access stepped areas. A hatch marked area is available under the covered stand specifically for wheelchair users. Entry to the clubhouse can be afforded by the rear fire door with no steps to negotiate. Unisex disabled toilet facilities are available with the clubhouse.