Opened in 1888 it’s the famous Oakwell Stadium (S71 1ET), and has a ground capacity of 23,287, all seated, and is a trip from Stadium MK of approximately 130 miles, thankfully the vast majority via the M1.

Away fans are housed in the North Stand, at one end of the ground. This good-sized covered stand is mostly free of supporting pillars, meaning you normally get a very good view of the playing action.

Being an old school type of ground there are plenty of pubs a short walk away, I’ll let you choose.

There are a couple of car parks located at the ground, but they are mainly for permit holders only. In between the ground and the MetroDome is a car park for visiting supporters, called Queens Ground, which costs £5 for Cars. 

Barnsley Railway Station is about a ten-minute walk away from Oakwell. This station is served by trains running between Sheffield and Leeds.

Barnsley run a category system for tickets, the bigger the club, the more expensive, last season, and A Cat game cost £36 for a basic seat in the away end, and if you purchased on the day, it was an extra £2 on top.