Dale welcome Middlesbrough to the Crown Oil Arena for the first home match of pre-season on Saturday (3pm kick-off).
It is the first of two home friendlies, with a match to come against Barnsley on Tuesday.
Keith Hill’s side kicked off pre-season with a 1-0 win at AFC Fylde last weekend, before splitting the squad across two matches on Tuesday night. There was a 4-0 victory over Chorley, along with a 2-0 defeat at FC Halifax Town.
Adults - £10
Junior (16 and under) - £5
The Main Stand will be open for home supporters, while visiting fans will be accommodated in the Willbutts Lane Stand.
Supporters can pay cash at the turnstiles.
The sides last met three years ago, in a pre-season friendly before the start of the 2014/15 season.
Boro ran out 3-1 winners at the Crown Oil Arena, with all the goals coming in the first half.
Adam Reach opened the scoring for the visitors with an excellent volley four minutes in, before Kike doubled the lead from the penalty spot.
Ian Henderson pulled one back for Dale from close range three minutes before half-time, but Boro restored their two-goal cushion almost immediately through another penalty, this converted by Lee Tomlin.
There is a Family Fun Day taking place at the Crown Oil Arena on Saturday.
There will be penalty shootout competitions, small fairground rides, face painting and more. Desmond the Dragon and a Minion character will be there, as will Revolution 96.2 with their promotional cube playing live music!
The Fun Day will take place on the car park at the Crown Oil Arena. It starts at 12pm and will run right up until kick-off.
The Ratcliffe Bars will be open from 12pm, located on the Club’s car park behind the Main Stand. Both home and away supporters are welcome.
The Bars will be open 15 minutes before half-time via the rear gate of the Main Stand. Please note, this is now a NO SMOKING ZONE during the half-time period.
Only the Dale Bar will be open after full-time for the pre-season friendlies.
Rochdale AFC’s matchday programme – The Voice Of Spotland – is back for the home friendly matches against Middlesbrough and Barnsley
The reduced 16-page programme covers both friendlies, in which Jim McNulty looks at pre-season so far and previews the forthcoming season.
Our visitors get two pages of coverage each, there is a preview on the first games of the new season, and much more.
It will be on sale in the Club Shop and around the ground, priced at just £2.