Coventry City would like to remind fans that tickets are sold out for this Saturday’s away game at Exeter City, and that there will be no tickets available to buy on the day.
Due to redevelopment work at St James’ Park, the Sky Blues allocation of tickets was limited to 350 for the SkyBet League Two game on Saturday 13th January and was quickly snapped up.
Supporters who do not have a ticket for the game are encouraged NOT to travel to Exeter, and not to purchase tickets for the home end at Exeter.
CHANGES AFFECTING MATCHDAY TRAIN SERVICES TO ST JAMES’ PARK:
There will be changes to the match day services at St James Park station and Polsloe Bridge station this Saturday due to Exeter City and Exeter Chiefs both playing at home.
The unavoidable change is caused by the short platform at St James Park. With greater demand on the service, longer trains will be in use which cannot safely stop and guarantee that all passengers needing to get off at St James Park can do so.
Fans attending the game at St James’ Park will therefore need to get off at Exeter Central, and exit via the North Road exit at the back of the station, then walk along New North Road towards John Lewis. At John Lewis turn left in to Sidwell Street and follow the road up to Old Tiverton Road which will be signposted ‘Exeter City Football Club’. The walk should take around 15 to 20 minutes.
INFORMATION FOR FANS ATTENDING SATURDAY’S GAME:
Sky Blues fans going to the game at Exeter City on Saturday can view the away fans guide here.
St James Park is a no smoking stadium. Flares and other pyrotechnics will not be tolerated.
Any Families will be welcome in the Family Zone 90 minutes before kick off or at any time in the Patio bar or CentreSpot.
The Family Zone will provide a safe, comfortable environment for families to enjoy pre-match entertainment, such as a large screen TVs, video game consoles and table football, as well as the option to enjoy refreshments from the zone’s very own kiosk.
Any supporters who need assistance will find Supporter Ambassadors dotted outside the Stadium.
Sky Blues supporters will be welcome in the Centre Spot/The Park bar and the open air patio bar in “Smirnoff Village.” In the Centre Spot/The Park, fans will be able to use our Camra certified “Famous Exeter City Real Ale & Cider Emporium.”
Car parking is not available at the ground due to redevelopment work. Car drivers should head for local car parks as a matter of course.