MATCH TICKETS: St Albans City vs Chippenham Town | National League South, Sat 8th Oct 2022
Ticket information regarding our upcoming National League South clash away at The Mozzarella Fellas Stadium.
Match Tickets can now be pre purchased in-advance for our upcoming trip to St Albans City Football Club on Saturday 8th October 2022 – (Kick off: 3pm)
Click here to purchase your tickets now via our host’s ticket portal prior to the fixture.
Admission Prices: (inc. VAT)
Next Gen (18-21): £8
Youth (12-17): £6
*Concessions include seniors (aged 65 and over), Unemployed (JSA recipients), Personal Indépendence Payments recipients, NHS and Blue Light Services staff members, and serving Members of the Armed Forces.
The York Road turnstiles will be open from 12.15pm. The Clarence Park and Hatfield Road turnstiles will be open from 1.30 pm to 3.15 pm. Card payments only are accepted at the turnstiles (no cash please).
The clubhouse and pitchside bars serve a range of craft beers, lagers, cider, and wine. Prices are from £4 per pint. Two food areas serve a range of hot food, including vegan options, and soft drinks. A tea bar also has hot and cold drinks and snacks (all proceeds go towards the running of the Academy).
Please check out additional FAQs at: https://fanzone.stalbanscityfc.com/tickets-frequently-asked-questions/
St. Albans City offer a complimentary carer ticket for supporters with a disability who require additional support when attending Clarence Park. A carer ticket is issued on the understanding that it is only used with the disabled supporter ticket and on the basis of undertaking the related carer duties required within Clarence Park on matchday. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org at least 3 hours before the scheduled kick-off time to request a carers ticket (please include details of the ticket purchased for the disabled supporter). Seating is available in the Main (West) Stand at no extra cost. Please be aware that seats for Blocks A and C are reserved for press and officials. Block B is a designated ‘Community Area’ and so will often be used by younger families linked to nominated youth teams for each match.