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Preview | Scunthorpe United (H)

13 August 2021

Match Previews

Preview | Scunthorpe United (H)

13 August 2021

Rochdale vs Scunthorpe United | Sky Bet League Two, Saturday 14th August, Crown Oil Arena, 3pm Kick-Off

Dale are back at the Crown Oil Arena on Saturday, as we welcome Scunthorpe United in Sky Bet League Two.

It will be the first competitive game of football, with fans in attendance, to take place at our home since March 2020.

The game also marks Robbie Stockdale's first home league match in charge of the club.


Supporters can purchase tickets for Saturday's game right up until kick-off via our online ticketing website.

Simply buy online and scan the ticket, which will be emailed to you, at the turnstiles upon arrival! You can either scan the email direct from your phone, or print off your ticket at home to scan on the day.

Please note, there will be no sales from the Ticket Office on matchday. There are also no cash turnstiles at the Crown Oil Arena, due to the ground now having automatic turnstiles.

For supporters who are collecting their 2021/22 Season Card / Dale Rewards Card on Saturday, click HERE for full information.


For all the information you need on admission details, kiosks, bars and much more is in our matchday information pack.

Click HERE to read.


Manager Robbie Stockdale is looking forward to his first competitive home game in charge of the club.

Click HERE to watch in full on YouTube or HERE to read what he had to say.


Click HERE to read what Scunthorpe manager Neil Cox had to say ahead of the game.


Referee | Martin Coy
Assistant Referees | Grant Taylor & Jonathon Bickerdike
Fourth Official | Steven Rushton



Supporters in the UK & Ireland can listen to audio commentary of the game on iFollow Dale. Supporters overseas can also watch the game live!

Click HERE to purchase your match pass now. Commentary gets underway at 2.50pm.

Fans are reminded that, with COVID capacity restrictions lifted and fixtures being played in front of full crowds again, the EFL, in respect of domestic streaming, will return to the position as was prior to the pandemic when the live broadcast or streaming of any match in England, Wales and Northern Ireland is prohibited between the hours of 2:45pm-5:15pm on Saturday afternoon.

Therefore, there will be no option to watch Saturday matchday fixtures during the above times live on iFollow Dale in the UK. However, EFL Clubs will have the right to live-stream midweek matches on iFollow in the UK.

Click HERE for full details on 2021/22 streaming information.

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