General admission tickets for Coventry City's away game against Huddersfield Town this Saturday are now sold-out!
The general admission tickets sold out overnight on Monday, the Sky Blues having received a full allocation of 2,315 tickets for the fixture with only wheelchair bays now available.
It is a 3pm kick-off on Saturday 4th March at the John Smith’s Stadium for the Sky Bet Championship fixture.
WHEELCHAIR TICKET PRICES:
Adult - £25
Senior (65+) - £20
Under 19 - £15
Under 11 - £10
All under 14’s must be accompanied by an over 18.
All tickets are charged at the relevant age band, with Personal assistant free of charge.
We have an allocation of 16 pairs of Wheelchair and Carer tickets. To be accompanied by a personal assistant at no extra cost, a disabled supporter must be in receipt of Disability Living Allowance at the middle or higher rate or the enhanced rate of Personal Independence Payment (PIP).
Fans can purchase at www.eticketing.co.uk/CCFC or the Ticket Office at the Coventry Building Society Arena.
Coach travel is available via EST UK from £26. To book, click here
Departure times are: White Street – 10:15am, Arena Shopping Park (Service Road) – 10:30am
Please make sure you arrive at the appropriate departure point 15 minutes before the listed time as the coach will leave on time.
POSTAL DATES AND FEES, AND MISSING TICKETS:
Postal Cut Off: Tuesday 28th February at Midday
Tickets Off-Sale: Tickets go off sale at Midday on Friday 3rd March.
Ticket Collection – Advance: Ticket Collection will be available until Midday on Friday 3rd March
Ticket Collection – Matchday: Tickets not collected in advance will be available to collect at Huddersfield Town on the day - from Ticket Office Window 2 adjacent to the main Reception in the Core Stand. Collections are available from two hours before kick-off and proof of identification will be required.
Fees: There is a £1 booking fee per ticket. There is a £1 postage fee per booking
Tickets Not Arrived/Missing Tickets: If your ticket is not with you by Midday on Friday 3rd March, please contact the ticket office via email on email@example.com before Midday
13 accessible parking spaces available in the St Andrews Road Car Park for away supporters which must be booked no later than a week before the fixture is played. This car park is situated behind the Magic Rock Brewing Stand and can be booked by calling 01484 960606 (Option 5) or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. The supporter will then be added to the car parking list and directed to their space by the steward on arrival.
General parking can be booked in the Gasworks Car Park approximately a 10 minute walk from the away stand at a cost of £5 and can be booked online https://www.eticketing.co.uk/huddersfieldtown or over the phone on 01484 960606. Please note Huddersfield can either post out a parking pass or email it to the supporter to print off, but they must hold a physical pass to access the car park. There is no pay on the day available.
Access to the Stadium
General access to the Magic Rock Brewing Stand is via turnstiles 17 – 20. This is clearly sign posted from the coach park. Please be aware that due to the current security situation, all bags will be subjected to a search before being allowed in. Safety Stewards will also conduct checks as deemed necessary when looking for other prohibited items. Failure to consent to such a search will result in access to the Stadium being denied.
Tickets will be inspected on entry and proof of identification may need to be presented.
The stand is accessed from the rear. The rows are identified alphabetically starting with Row A at the front, and Row HH at the back of the stand.
There are no upgrades or downgrades available on the day of the game.
Any supporters requiring use of the match commentary headsets should contact email@example.com or call 01484 960606 before 4pm on a Friday for a weekend fixture, or 1pm on the day of the game for a midweek fixture.
Refreshments and accessible toilets are available in the stand.
The Stadium is a non-smoking Stadium, this includes e-cigarettes. Huddersfield do not allow large bags or suitcases into the Stadium, and we do not have a storage area for them. Supporters can bring small rucksacks but nothing larger than A4 in size.
Drinking in view of the pitch or inappropriate, anti-social behaviour towards other spectators or stewards is not acceptable and will be challenged where discovered.
For more helpful information on the match day experience at The John Smith’s Stadium, please direct your supporters to our Visiting and Disabled Fan Guides via the links below:
Huddersfield Town no longer take cash in the Stadium kiosks.
Away Fan Guide - www.htafc.com/siteassets/pdfs/away-fan-guide-2022_23-18aug22.pdf
Disability Access Guide - www.htafc.com/siteassets/pdfs/fan-guides/disabled-access-guide-1dec2022.pdf