We can confirm that our Emirates FA Cup First Round game against League One side Bradford City will take place on Saturday 10th November with a 3PM Kick Off at the EBB Stadium.
The game is not all-ticket but fans can purchase their tickets in advance on SeatAdvisor here and they are priced as follows:
Adults: £20 Seating – £18 Terrace
Concessions*: £16 Seating – £14 Terrace
Junior (U16): £7 Seating – £5 Terrace
Concession tickets cover Over 65s, Active Military Personnel, Young Adults aged 17-21 and Students. Please bring ID to show at the turnstiles.
Tickets are also available online for our upcoming home games against Boreham Wood, Braintree Town and Barrow in the Vanarama National League.
Season tickets are not valid for this game but you can reserve your normal seat up until 6th November at 5pm. U11 tickets are also not valid for this game and fall into the Junior (U16) category.
Hospitality packages are still available at their normal price, you can find more information on those here.
We anticipate there will be a higher than average demand for tickets and recommend that you purchase your ticket online in advance of the fixture to avoid disappointment.
Should both sides draw a replay will be played on Tuesday 20th November with a 7:45PM Kick Off at Valley Parade.
Details on how Season Ticket holders can purchase their seat online are below:
Step 1 – Select the ‘Account Login’ button on the website home page
Step 2 – Log in to your account using your registered Username and Password
Step 3 – Select the Invoices/Reservation option
Step 4 – This will display any reservations held in your name – Select the required game
Click PAY NOW to view the full order and enter your card payment details to complete the transaction.
Step 5 – Confirm the seat details are correct and if you wish to proceed, then enter your card details
Step 6 – Finally, click the green ‘FINALISE ORDER’ button at the bottom of the screen.
NOTE: Your reserved seat will only be held until Tuesday 6th November at 5PM, after which it will be returned to open sale to the general public.