Good luck to high flying Preston North End tonight as they face Nottingham Forest in the FA Cup fourth round. It will be a tough test for PNE who are currently sitting pretty at fourth in the Sky Bet League One and in a play-off place. On the Preston North End FC website Manager Simon Grayson was quoted as saying: “They (Forest) are a very […]11 months ago by Tony Worrall Share
Football Intelligence Officers at Lancashire Constabulary have launched a special Twitter account to help better engagement with local football fans. The Twitter page @PNEPolice is a new way to interact with Preston North End supporters offering match day advice such as traffic or rail problems, parking and even giving info on places to eat and drink that accept away supporters. Paul Elliott, Football Intelligence Officer […]1 year ago by Tony Worrall Share
Heightened tension has been reported in many city centre pubs as old rivals Preston North End and Blackpool meet tonight at Deepdale for The League Cup. Simon Grayson’s Preston take on Paul Ince’s Tangerine Championship side in the first round of the Capital One Cup. This will be the first time the old rivals have met for several years. The omens are good for Preston […]1 year ago by Tony Worrall Share Want to reach Prestonians Advertise here? Want to promote your local business?
Today and Sunday (4 and 5th may) Preston North End Football Club are holding a stadium soccer weekend. After a succesful event last year the Deeepdale club has increased the amount of time and value of their special sporting football package. Its a chance to play on the pitch and receive PNE certificates and gifts. The event is taking place on the hallowed Deepdale turf […]2 years ago by Tony Worrall Share
Preston North End Football Club is marketing the space once used by the National Football Museum. Established in 2001 the football museum at Preston’s Deepdale Stadium – the oldest continually used professional football ground in the world – closed in April 2010 ahead of a move to Manchester’s Urbis building. A move that was acrimonious to many in Preston. Until recently there were stories that […]2 years ago by Tony Worrall Share
Announced on the Preston North End website today, tickets are being offered for just £5 for all supporters for the Johnstone’s Paint Trophy northern final on 10 January. The Lilywhites will make their second trip to the Coventry City Ricoh Arena in less than a month with a place in northern final up for grabs. The full package is available for under £20. Tickets just […]2 years ago by Tony Worrall Share