Sky Blues supporters are reminded that Saturday's away game against Cheltenham Town is a sell-out and that tickets will not be available on the day of the game.
The match takes place on Saturday 28th April, with a 3:00pm kick-off at Whaddon Road for the SkyBet League Two fixture. The Sky Blues will be backed by 1500 supporters*, with the full allocation being sold.
Cheltenham have advised us that no flags and drums will be allowed in the away end as it’s full to capacity.
Please see below for an important travel update for fans going to the game via train.
COLLECTIONS, QUERIES AND FEES:
Where ticket collection is chosen, tickets can be collected from the Butts Park Arena Ticket Office until 3pm on Friday 27th April.
Uncollected tickets will be available at Cheltenham'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 27th April – via e-mail on email@example.com 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 WHADDON ROAD:
All coach seat prices are £16 per person. Coaches will leave from White Street Coach Park, CV1 5FX at midday.
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.
For details of parking at Cheltenham visit: https://www.ctfc.com/tickets/matchday-parking/
Supporters are advised that engineering work is taking place this weekend on the railway around Cheltenham Spa station and to plan their journey to the Whaddon Road in advance.
Network Rail has notified the club it is shutting the line between Gloucester and Worcester Shrub Hill stations for work as part of its ongoing rail modernisation programme.
This will mean no trains can operate between those stations on either Saturday 28 April or Sunday 29 April – buses will replace trains instead.
On both dates, Great Western Railway (GWR) services between Bristol Temple Meads and Great Malvern will terminate at Gloucester instead, where buses will run to Worcester.
CrossCountry trains from the south will terminate at Gloucester and trains from the north will terminate at Birmingham New Street – buses will run between Birmingham and Gloucester.
And Arriva Trains Wales services between Maesteg and Cheltenham Spa will terminate at Gloucester, where buses will run to Cheltenham Spa and vice versa.
Network Rail are advising those wishing to travel by train to check their journey before they travel at GWR.com/Check or NationalRail.co.uk.
* Please note - the ticket information letter from Cheltenham stated 1345 tickets for the game, and as such this was the figure put out by us initially. However, once counted physical provided to us amounted to 1541, and this was the total sold and made available to Coventry City supporters.