Advance tickets for the League Two match between Northampton Town and Yeovil Town are now on sale from the Huish Park Ticket Office. The match takes place on Saturday 27th April, with a 3.00p.m. kick-off at Sixfields. Ticket prices are as follows:
Adults: £22.00; Seniors and Under-21s: £18.00; Under-18s: £10.00; Under-11s: £9.00 (see below); Under-7s: FREE.
The Under-11 offer is only available if the supporter is aged under 11 (obviously!) and a YTFC Junior Season Ticket holder - otherwise you'll pay the Under-18s price. Northampton Town FC only offer this price is to their supporters if they join their membership scheme, so is offered to away fans on a similar basis. If purchased the junior will need to show their YTFC Season ticket at the turnstiles.
Disabled Supporters and Wheelchair Users pay the relevant band as above, but can take an assistant free of charge. A limited number of disabled parking spaces are available at the ground costing £4.00. These must be pre-booked by calling 01604 683777.
If you choose to purchase on the day of the game, then note that all Adult, Seniors and Under-18s prices have a £2.00 surcharge, whilst the Under-21s offer is not available at all on matchdays, meaning that in reality you're looking at a £6.00 price hike if you fit into that category. For all of the concessions above, Northampton reserve the right to ask for proof of eligibilty.
Away fans are housed in the South Stand, which has an 850 capacity and is situated behind one goal. In the unlikely event that we need more tickets than that, Northampton can provide up to 423 additional seats in the adjacent Alwyn (East) Stand. Note the back row of the stand is fairly compressed, meaning that those with long legs will want to avoid it if they're planning to sit down.
Link: Free Tickets For Juniors For The Newport County Game.
Link: Ticketing For Swindon Town vs Yeovil Town.
Link: Ticketing For Crewe Alexandra vs Yeovil Town.
Link: Yeovil Town Online Ticketing Portal.
Link: 2018-19 Yeovil Town First Team Results And Fixtures.
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