An expected sell-out crowd will pack Spotland Stadium on Monday evening (October 28th) as Fiji take on Ireland.
Rochdale Hornets ask those who are attending the match to allow extra travel time as the Stadium and surrounding areas are expected to be busy.
The Spotland Stadium car park and nearby Oulder Hill are all booked up, however parking is available at nearby Rochdale Golf Club and at Hopwood Hall College. Traffic enforcement officers will be on patrol so please do not park in the coned residential area.
A park and ride service will operate from the train station, and a 'March to the Match' will take place from the Flying Horse Pub.
Turnstiles open at 6.30pm and supporters will be able to purchase foods from the kiosks inside the ground.
The Radcliffe Bars, next door to the stadium, is open from 12 and will be serving food all day, while Studds bar will be open from 5pm.
The pre match entertainment inside the ground starts just after 6.30pm when the Rochdale Primary Schools festival, ran by Rochdale Hornets, plays out its final match.
Dance, choirs, live music and interviews will build up the excitement ahead of kick off at 8pm.
Rochdale Hornets say tickets for the fixture are now SOLD out.