Coventry City have produced a matchday guide ahead of Tuesday night's home game against Blackpool at the Coventry Building Society Arena.
The Sky Blues host the Seasiders on Tuesday 8th February in the Sky Bet Championship fixture, with kick-off at 7:45pm.
This is a Category C fixture, and tickets are priced:
- Adults - £20
- Concessions - £15
- Under 18s - £10
- JSB U16s - £5
- JSB U13s - £0
COVID Passes are no longer required, however we advise fans to test before they attend the game and to continue to wear face masks in crowded areas.
A crowd of around 16,500 is expected for the game.
COVID Passes/proof of a negative lateral flow test is no longer a requirement for entry into the stadium, however we still advise fans to test before they attend the game and to continue to wear face masks in crowded areas such as the concourse.
We ask that fans do not ask players/staff for selfies either inside or outside the stadium - thank you for your co-operation.
Buying tickets on matchday
Tuesday’s game is a Category C fixture – Adult tickets are £20, with Concessions £15, Under 18s £10, JSB U16s £5 and JSB U13s FREE.
Tickets will be available to buy from the Ticket Office at the Coventry Building Society Arena, which opens at 9:30am on Tuesday. This is cashless – please note that from 4pm, only tickets for Tuesday will be available (i.e. not away tickets).
Sky Blues fans can buy at Cash Turnstiles 30–35 from 6:30pm. There is no matchday price increase.
For any queries, please email email@example.com or call 0333 321 31 34
For queries on the day, please visit the Ticket Office.
Cash Turnstiles location for Sky Blues supporters
Ticket Collections and Queries
Any ticket collections and queries for Sky Blues fans can be made at the Ticket Office from 9:30am on Tuesday morning up until kick-off.
For queries in advance of the game, please visit the Ticket Office or email firstname.lastname@example.org . Any queries on the day of the game can be made in person at the Ticket Office.
Paper replacements can be arranged for the game for any lost or forgotten tickets/Season Tickets, however this service does carry an administration fee.
The Club Shop will be open from 9:30am until kick-off on Tuesday – it will not be open for one hour post-match as this is a midweek game. This is cashless. All of this season’s kits are in stock and available to buy, while the 'League One Champions' book is available to buy.
Entry to the stadium
Turnstiles open at 6:30pm while Hospitality opens at 5:30pm
Searches on Entry
Due to the increased national terror threat level, there will be searches on entry. We may also ask to search your bag. We’ll be as quick as we can when undertaking our searches, but please allow some extra time for this to take place and co-operate with our security staff.
There will also be searches on entry through the Main Entrance of the stadium for hospitality guests.
Car Parking and Access
On-site car parking for this game is on sale, but availability is limited. Car Park B is open. To book parking, click here.
To book off-site car parking for this game, click here.
In all car parks, please follow the instructions of the car park stewards - vehicle movement is restricted 1 hour before kick-off on-site, with all on-site roads closed at 6:45pm.
For queries regarding on-site car parking, please contact email@example.com
Service to the Coventry Arena station remains limited on matchdays, with train services between Leamington Spa, Nuneaton and Coventry currently suspended indefinitely by West Midlands Train.
For live updates and travel info, fans are advised to visit wmr.uk/plan
Bars and Kiosks
All Bars and Kiosks at the Arena are also now cashless – cash payment is not accepted.
The new 'Anecdote' bar will also be open for Sky Blues supporters next to the Jimmy Hill Statue, with a range of food and drink available.
The Mill is closed, both via the Atrium and the Concourse, as is the Bakery.
Sky Blue Tavern and Dhillon’s Brewery Fan Zone
The Sky Blue Tavern in Coventry city centre will be open from 4pm on Tuesday.
Coventry's newest sports bar the Sky Blue Tavern is located at Hertford Place, near Junction 7 of Coventry Ring Road, at the old Dragon Phoenix/Feast Junction building. The Tavern has a Sky Blues theme, with historic images and memorabilia throughout the two-story building, and is the place to go for Sky Blues supporters. For info visit www.skybluetavern.com
A shuttle bus is available to book from the Tavern over to Dhillon’s Brewery, near to the Arena – with a drink or food option included.
Meanwhile the Fan Zone at Dhillon’s Brewery will also be open on Tuesday at Unit 14A Hales Industrial Estate, Rowley’s Green Lane (CV6 6AT) – a short walk from the Coventry Building Society Arena - from 4pm.
It has been completely refurbished and now includes a 20-foot TV screen, indoor bar and a covered outdoor seating with room for hundreds of Sky Blues fans. DJ Big Smithy is there too to help create a fantastic pre-match atmosphere, while there are plenty of food options as well!
Matchday Programme PUSB will be available around the ground for £3. Programme sellers are located around the ground.
This week's programme features an interview with Ben Sheaf, plus lots of other features from around your Club. Details here.
There is no Family Zone on Tuesday night.
The deadline for messages for the game is Midday on Monday 7th February – we can no longer accept any further requests after this time unfortunately due to production timelines. Further information
Matchday Reporting Number
Any issues of racism, homophobia, discrimination, abusive behaviour or general safety issues can be reported to the Club on home matchdays using the reporting number – 07395 932 164.
Simply begin your message with the Block/Seat location of the incident – followed by details of the incident. We will treat your message in the strictest confidence.
Details of items that fans can/cannot bring into the stadium are shown below:
Away Fan Information
Away fans are located in the South Stand. Food and Drink kiosks in the South Stand are cashless.
We are highlighting to fans the locations of defibrillators within the Stadium Bowl area. A defibrillator is a device that gives a high energy electric shock to the heart of someone who is in cardiac arrest. This high energy shock is called defibrillation, and it's an essential part in trying to save the life of someone who’s in cardiac arrest.
These are clearly only for use in an emergency, but can prove vital for fans who suffer a cardiac arrest.
- West Stand - Atrium North – Guest services reception desk
- West Stand - ACL Offices
- West Stand - Atrium South – South Entrance Doors
- West Stand - 1stFloor – Outside Lift Lobby by Club Coventry Lounge
- West Stand - 1stFloor – Inside Boardroom
- West Stand - 2ndFloor – Outside Premier Lounge – top of escalator
- West Stand – Players Tunnel
- South Stand – Tunnel 19
- South Stand – Tunnel 25
- East Stand/North Stand – Concourse in North/East Stand corner outside First Aid Room 1
Others available elsewhere in the Arena complex are:
- 1stfloor – South office outside Community Space
- Faradays Restaurant
- Lower Halls – Main Entrance
- Basement Level – Main Staff Entrance Door (Near Players Entrance
Tuesday's game is available to watch on iFollow in the UK and overseas, and also on the Sky Sports Red Button.