Tickets are available for purchase at the gate on matchday.
The forecast for Friday evening in Athlone is cloudy with a chance of showers. The temperature is expected to be 9°C but with a “real feel” of a chilly 5°C. Sunset will be at 6.58pm.
The referee will be Kevin O'Sullivan. He will be assisted by Alan Dunne and Ciaran O'Reilly. Michael Connolly will be the fourth official.
City boss Colin Healy spoke to the local media in Bishopstown on Thursday. Watch it in full on RebelArmyTV!
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Travelling Supporter Information
Travel to Athlone Town Stadium, Lissywollen, Athlone, Co. Westmeath, N37 P7D7
Athlone Town Stadium is approximately 240KM from the Dunkettle Roundabout and should take between 2½ to three hours, depending on traffic.
Take the M8 from Dunkettle and merge onto the M7. At junction 18, take the R445 exit towards Tullamore. Lots of roundabouts until the N80. Then N52 to merge onto M6 towards Galway. Keep right to continue on N6 until junction 10, take the N55 exit to Cavan/Athlone. Turn left onto N55, then, at the roundabout, take the 1st exit onto Brawney Rd and the stadium will be on your right.