Tickets for the final game of the 2021/22 Vanarama National League North season against Hereford will now be sold on the gate in the East Stand.
The ticket office will be open from 4pm to 6pm until Friday, May 6 to accommodate supporters who are unable to order tickets online.
An option to purchase the season’s final issue of our match day programme, HeedLines, is also available online for the Hereford fixture and will allow supporters to collect their copy at the ticket office until 2:50pm on match day to minimise queuing in the concourse.
“We’re excited to celebrate what has been a phenomenal season alongside our supporters,” said Chairman, Neil Pinkerton.
“The players and coaching staff have defied the odds to earn automatic promotion back to the National League, and Saturday will be a historic moment for the football club as we lift the National League North trophy.
“The club is challenging all supporters and the North East to break attendance records, and give the team a reception worthy of champions in the final game of the season this weekend.”
Admission for Saturday’s fixture is priced at:
Adult – £15
Concession – £10
Under-16 – Free (U14s must be accompanied by a paying adult)
Carer – Free
Tickets purchased online are not posted to supporters and must be either printed at home or shown on a smartphone upon entry.
Supporters must purchase tickets under the relevant age bracket, and there is also a carer option which permits entry free of charge.
Supporters aged under 16 can claim free entry by ordering their ticket online, with those aged under 14 required to be accompanied at Gateshead International Stadium by a paying adult. Proof of age may be required.
Carers will be required to provide identification of their carer status upon arrival.