COVENTRY CITY V MAIDENHEAD UNITED
SUNDAY NOVEMBER 5TH AT 2PM
AT THE RICOH ARENA, PHOENIX WAY, COVENTRY, CV6 6GE
By car: Leave the M6 at junction 3. Take the A444 towards the City centre and at the first island go left and you will see the Ricoh Arena on your right.
By rail: For all train information call National Rail Enquiries on: 08457 48 49 50, but be warned Coventry station is a £10+ taxi ride away.
Parking: Parking restrictions will be imposed. So take care where you park.
The Ricoh Arena are dealing with car parking at the ground. The cost is £10 per car
Adults: £13.00, · Concessions (Over 60 & Under 18): £7.00, Juniors (Under 13): £2.00
Only the main stand is open for City supporters.
The currently appointed referee for Coventry City’s FA Cup Round One game against Maidenhead United on Sunday is Scott Duncan
His assistants are: Chris Ward & Richard Wigglesworth. The Fourth Official is Amy Fearn.
Coventry City are 2/5 to beat Maidenhead United on Sunday afternoon in an FA Cup First Round game at the Ricoh Arena.
Those offering odds on this competition have the Sky Blues at 2/5, Maidenhead at 6/1 and 7/2 the draw.
To check the odds, please shop around for the best odds before placing any bet and you can compere some of the odds being offered by clicking on https://www.oddschecker.com/football/english/fa-cup/coventry-v-maidenhead-utd/winner
WORTH CHECKING OUT BEFORE KICK OFF
THE COVENTRY MUSIC MUSEUM
The Courtyard Rear of 74-80 Walsgrave Road
We are open Thursday to Sunday-10.00am to 4.00pm, we are also open on Bank Holiday Mondays.
Admission is £3.00 Adults and £2.00 Children between the ages of 5-15
On a direct bus route to the Ricoh Arena
Coventry famously gave 2-Tone music to the world. Spawning bands like The Specials, The Selecter, Madness and The Beat. 2-Tone music, as influential as it was, is only a small reflection of the vast musical talents that Coventry can lay claim to.
At the Coventry Music Museum, we tell the real story of our musical heritage, going right back to the Roman occupation. We stop along the way at Music Hall, 50’s Rock’ N’ Roll, the 60’s Beat scene and we even have the Lennon Bench, commemorating the famous ‘Acorns for Peace’ event.
There’s the 70’s, when Coventry ruled the charts on both sides of the Atlantic. Our 80’s area celebrates Hazel O’Connor, The Primitives and of course, King.
In the 90’s we go all Bhangra, then we celebrate Dave Willetts in Phantom of the Opera (we even have his original Phantom mask).
Now it’s The Enemy‘s time, with many unique items from Coventry’s hit-makers here on display. Not forgetting new talent, with our Artist of The Month!
Bar and cafe available.