Over 500 tickets have been sold so far for Coventry City’s all-ticket away game against Carlisle United on Saturday.
The match takes place on Saturday 30th December, with kick off time of 3pm at Brunton Park – it is an ALL-TICKET game for Sky Blues fans.
Tickets are now on general sale. Tickets will be available until 29th December, but no tickets are available to buy on the day of the game.
Tickets can be bought online and over the phone during the Christmas period, with the Butts Park Ticket Office back open on Friday 20th December.
We have been given an allocation of 1530 seated tickets, and 600 terraced tickets - however, terraced tickets have now been withdrawn from sale by request of Carlisle.
SALE DATES/KEY DATES:
Monday 11th December – 9am online/call centre, 10:30am in person
End of postal dispatch:
Tuesday 19th December – midday. After this time, all tickets will be for collection only.
Friday 29th December – midday
Any tickets not collected from the Butts Park Ticket Office will be sent to Carlisle for collection on the day.
TICKET INFO & PRICES:
We have been given an allocation of 1530 seated tickets, and 600 terraced tickets (these are no longer available). Supporters can purchase six tickets per person. Prices are:
Pioneer Foods Stand - Seating:
Adult - £19
Senior (65+) - £16
Young Person (18-22) - £13
Junior (11-17) - £10
Child (10 and under) - £7*
Child (6 and under) – FOC*
1 Adult + 1 Junior - £27
1 Adult + 2 Junior - £35
1 Senior + 1 Junior - £24
Disabled Carer – FOC
Wheelchair - £4
Wheelchair Carer – FOC
* Must be accompanied by a paying adult
HOW TO BUY:
Tickets will be available in advance online, via the call centre, and in person. The easiest way to purchase your ticket will be online at eticketing.co.uk/ccfc or via the call centre on 0844 453 9134 (Monday – Friday, 8am to 8pm. Saturday/Sunday, 8am to 6pm.)
Tickets will also be available in person from the Ticket Office at the Butts Park Arena – weekdays, 10:30am – 4:30pm (Excluding Wednesdays and home matchdays when it is closed. Christmas opening hours apply - click here)
Tickets will not be available to buy on the day.
Disabled supporters are charged the age relevant price. Disabled supporters are entitled to a free carers ticket if required.
Disabled supporters can purchase via the Butts Park Arena Ticket Office, Monday to Friday between 10:30am and 4:30pm. (Excluding Wednesdays and home matchdays when it is closed)
For queries, call 02476992335 or email Shelagh.Brock@ccfc.co.uk
COLLECTIONS, QUERIES AND FEES:
Where ticket collection is chosen, tickets can be collected from the Butts Park Arena Ticket Office until midday on 29th December (Christmas opening hours will apply).
The delivery option will be available until Tuesday 19th December at midday.
Uncollected tickets will be available at Carlisle’s ticket office on the day for collection.
If you have chosen delivery for your ticket and it does not arrive, please contact the Ticket Office at Butts Park Arena on the morning of Friday 29th December – via e-mail on firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling 024 7699 2335.
For general ticket queries, please e-mail CCFCtickets@ticketmaster.co.uk or call 0333 321 3134 (Mon-Fri, 9am-5pm).
There is a £1 processing fee per away ticket bought via all channels. A £1.50 fee will apply for fulfilment per order (not per ticket) placed online or over the phone for the postage and packaging of your ticket(s).
COACH TRAVEL TO BRUNTON PARK:
All coach seat prices are £21 per person. Coaches will leave from White Street Coach Park, CV1 5FX at 8:30am.
To book coach tickets, please phone the call centre on 0844 453 9134, visit the Ticket Office at the Butts Park Arena or go online to eticketing.co.uk/CCFC.
A scan entry system is used at Brunton Park, so please make sure bar codes are intact.
Turnstiles open from 1:30pm.
Brunton Park (postcode CA1 1LL) is served by the nearby M6 motorway and for fans travelling by car/coach to the game please leave at junction 43 (A69) and head west – the main supporter’s car park is situated on the right-hand side and is on the East Side of the ground. The entrance to this is at the third set of traffic lights having left the motorway, opposite the Foreways shop. Parking charges are £3.00 for cars, £10 for mini buses and £15 for coaches. Coach drivers wanting to watch the match must purchase a ticket for the game.
For those arriving at Carlisle Railway Station the ground is roughly a 20-minute walk – please leave the station and walk straight ahead to the crescent, follow this round to the left and when you reach Nando’s turn right and then you are on Warwick Road that leads to the ground which you will see on the left-hand side with the club shop situated at the main entrance. The entrance for all away fans seating/wheelchair is at the next entrance on the left. For those who do not want to walk from the station taxis though are available across the road to the left as you leave the station.
The away concourse has a bar facility also selling hot food – this cover the seated area of the East Stand. For those fans situated in the northern terracing there is catering unit available. If fans end up on the West side of the ground, there is an outside catering unit Lakeland Steak.
The supporter’s coaches are parked adjacent to the Pioneer East stand at the northern end to allow a quick getaway.
Admission is to the ground is by ticket only for this fixture.
There are 4 wheelchair spaces with seats for carers at the north-east corner of the Petteril End of the stadium adjacent to the away fans. Please ask a steward for assistance if required. Currently this is an uncovered area although there are plans for this to be covered during the 2017/2018 season
Any supporters needing assistance will find “Meeters and Greeters” dotted outside the stadium wearing orange bibs.
Any fans wanting to take advantage of pre-match hospitality in Foxy’s Restaurant should contact Katie Mitchell in Carlisle's Commercial Department – by e-mailing email@example.com
Please note: In line with EFL guidance any fan caught with or throwing a pyro or firework could face arrest by the police and a football banning order.