This evening another huge crowd is expected at The AGP Arena as the Blues take on Chesterfield in the replay of our Emirates FA Cup First Round tie.
The winners of the match face a mouth-watering Second Round tie at home against League Two side Grimsby Town
We would like all supporters to be aware of the following arrangements.
We have seen strong ticket sales to date, but don’t worry if you haven’t grabbed your ticket yet, as tickets will be available at the turnstiles tomorrow evening. Prices are as below:
Adult (18-64) – £13
Concession (65+) – £9
Student (U18) – £3
Child (U12 ) – £1
Home and away supporters will be segregated.
Chesterfield supporters will enter the ground at the bottom turnstiles , which includes an area behind the Goal and ample seating.
All turnstiles will open at 17:30. We are expecting a large crowd for this match and recommend that supporters arrive as early as possible in order to ease congestion and facilitate and guarantee smooth admission to the match.
The club would strongly recommend that any supporters use alternative transport methods to get to the match due to the high demand on spaces.
There will be very few car parking spaces available at the ground due to the requirements of local and national press, players and officials of both clubs.
The car park will be accessible from 18:00
Off-street parking is extremely limited – and we ask that care and consideration is taken when parking in nearby residential streets
No additional charge will be taken for seating
Catering facilities and toilets will be available in both segregated areas, however please note that unfortunately no alcohol will be allowed pitchside
For supporters, the Club Shop will be open and the weather forecast indicates it may be a cold evening, so wrap up warm – you can also purchase a bobble hat, scarf and much more from the Club Shop on the night!
AGP Arena ground regulations
Please be aware that in line with the latest Government event safety advice, searches of bags and coats can take place. Anyone in possession of pyrotechnics or other objects such as flares, smoke bombs or bangers will be refused entry. Any anti-social behaviour will be taken very seriously and CCTV is in place at the ground to monitor behaviour and record events. Any acts of criminal damage or vandalism, including but not limited to the throwing of objects onto the pitch, will result in immediate ejection from the ground and prosecution.