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TICKETS: Reminder that Lincoln away on Saturday is a sell-out

Information for fans travelling on Saturday...

15 November 2017

Saturday's away game at Lincoln City is a sell-out - for both Sky Blues fans and Lincoln City supporters.

Supporters who do not have a ticket for the game are urged not to travel on Saturday.

1429 tickets were sold to Sky Blues fans, before tickets had even made it to general sale.

The priority period for away games is open to Season Ticket holders and Members, and fans can sign up to become a Member for £25 - details here.

COLLECTIONS, QUERIES AND FEES:

Where ticket collection is chosen, tickets can be collected from the Butts Park Arena Ticket Office until midday on 17th November.

Uncollected tickets will be available at Lincoln’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 17th November – via e-mail on ticketoffice@ccfc.co.uk 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). 

COACH TRAVEL TO SINCIL BANK: 

Coach travel is now sold out.

OTHER INFORMATION FOR VISITING FANS:

Address. Sincil bank stadium Lincoln LN5 8LD

Email. Info@lincolncityfc.co.uk

Visiting fans are located in the Stacey West stand and enter via turnstiles 4,5,6 and 7.

General information to get to Lincoln:

From the north and south take A46 junction at Newark off the A1.(Follow directing to stadium below, from West).

From the west take A46 from Newark then at second roundabout take A46 (not ring road) to north Hykeham (past McDonalds)and follow for 3 miles to large roundabout (St Catherine's) postcode LN5 8EN.This takes you to the fairground common off south park rd. where you can park .

From the East take A17 to Sleaford and then take 15 to Lincoln on entering Lincoln at button of cross o cliff hill turn right at lights to St Catherine's roundabout. (see car parking) By train. Lincoln central is about a 15 min walk. Turn left out of station then left on to high street (over level crossing) continue to Scorer street and turn left then right at the back of the net chippy. Stadium 300 yards.

By bus - Turn right out of bus station then left on to high street, follow until you get to Scorer street and take a left then right at back of the net chippy.

Car parking - The fairground common off south park (LN5 8EN) is open on matchdays but closes 1 hour after final whistle and costs £3.Unfortunatly if fair or circus is in town this carpark is shut. Direct route to stadium stay on same side of road, walk away from roundabout and cross at pedestrian crossing, walk down lane opposite then along Sincil drain. Turn right and walk along the lane opposite then along Sincil drain. Turn right and walk along the Bridge McFarland stand then left past Selenity stand to turnstiles 4,5,6 and 7 Stacey West stand.

There are a number of small car parks and parking on side streets around the high street but be warned they fill up quick.

There are also a number of multi storey car parks in city centre.

By Coach. Currently coach parking is on the fire station car park behind the bridge McFarland stand and is free of charge.

Access to stadium. Visiting fans are located in the Stacey West stand via turnstiles 4,5,6 and 7.This is an all seated stand.

Disabled fans. Disabled fans are located in the stacey West stand.

Food. There are catering points inside the ground and a chippy (back of the net) 200 yards from away stand. On the high street there are many outlets including KFC,Chinese,Subway, Mexican and Indian. In the pedestrian areas you will find the likes of McDonalds and Costa coffee.


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