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Were in the area visiting Liverpool for a game at Anfield, when the Latic’s game against Bristol City was moved to a friday night. We took the train from Liverpool Lime Street to Wigan North West for 40 minutes and had a 15 minute walk...More
Plenty of parking near to stadium is now pay and display makes it easier. New coffee shops and take aways including drive through also handy . There is a Costa coffee and a Sub way nearby . Inside the food outlets have been spruced up...More
A town the size of Wigan and with two professional teams needed a stadium like The DW and now, almost 20 years old, it still remains a good little stadium. It's great when there's a full house like when Wigan played (and beat Man City)....More
I have never been to such a poorly organised shambles in my life.
Corporate hospitality was in a dank dirty lounge called the Marquees. The toilets were dirty and the staff uninterested.
When fed, we were given dried up chicken and cold vegetables. What a...More
A modern ground, capacity in the upper twenty thousands. Great views from anywhere that I've sat in the stadium. Almost complete overheard coverage from adverse weather, except in the seats nearest the pitch, especially if the wind is blowing the wrong way. Excellent food and...More
I was at the ground as an away fan and we were seated in the North Stand. Whilst the home stands were not full, the area to the left of the away end as above seemed to have a good atmosphere and, from memory, there was a... More
I was at the ground as an away fan and we were seated in the North Stand. Whilst the home stands were not full, the area to the left of the away end as above seemed to have a good atmosphere and, from memory, there was a drummer.
They have forwarded your question to me because of my review. Sadly, I cannot help you, I was at the ground supporting the away team, not Wigan. I have no knowledge of local pubs. Good luck in your search.
Sorry but can't recall seeing anything, think it was more shops and diners like Frankie and Bennys. I'm sure there will be one close by somewhere, think I read somewhere that one near the cinema that is close by.