People tend to check in during these times:
The home of Blackburn Rovers, proud winners of the Premier League in 1995.
Pies and hot dogs not worth the queue at half time. Stock up on supplies at Leavers bakery on Bolton road before kick off
Come here for bad football and great chicken.
Ewood Park is a 31,367-capacity all-seater sports stadium which has been the home ground of Blackburn Rovers Football Club. It was opened in 1882 & is 2nd oldest home of any club in UK Soccer.
Come here for the comedy chicken pluckers! NNN UTC
The catering on the concourses is unremarkable, so I suggest for a pre-match pie you check out the excellent home made faire from Leavers Pies on Bolton Road, just across from the ground
Cheapest season tickets in the league! Support the boys!
Make some noise for the Rovers boys
Rovers have played there since they moved from Leamington Street in the summer of 1890. The stadium opened in 1882 and is an all seater multi-sports facility with a capacity of 31,367.
Home of Blackburn Rovers. Matchday tickets can be purchased from Roverstore and ticket office. For up-to-date fixture list, please visit http://www.rovers.co.uk/fixtures-results/fixtures-list/
don't sit right in the corner.
Why is ewood park blackburn apparently now in chadderton?
Try the Beer Can Chicken - Nigel Haworth's BBQ competition (via @Foodspotting)
Be aware of live chickens
New pies from Clayton Bakery - MMMMMM. Oh, there's live Premiership Football too!
i am from blackburn
When deciding where to buy tickets, The Lower Stand of the Blackburn End is the most lively, the Riverside is the cheapest, but has the poorest facilities.
Blackburn v United | BPL | Mon 2 apr 2012, 20:00 BST