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High demand anticipated for Southport clash
Jack McGraghan
Author: Jack McGraghan

26th April 2022

Supporters are advised to purchase tickets for Saturday’s fixture against Southport at the earliest opportunity due to anticipated high demand.

Our penultimate home game of the Vanarama National League North season takes place on Saturday, April 30 (3pm kick off), and the league title remains at stake with two points between The Heed and Brackley Town in second place.

With the club seeing season-high attendances at Gateshead International Stadium for recent home fixtures, we advise supporters to purchase tickets for Saturday’s game at the earliest opportunity if they wish to ensure their place in the Tyne & Wear Stand.

Tickets will be sold on a first come, first served basis in the Tyne & Wear Stand and seats will then be sold in the South Stand should the former reach its capacity.

The club will relay this information to supporters via our website and social media channels if the Tyne & Wear Stand is filled.

Home supporters can purchase tickets online here.

Hospitality for this fixture is now at limited availability and supporters can book their seat in the Modular Systems Suite here.

Away supporters must purchase their tickets online here, and will be located in the East Stand.


Admission for our remaining home fixtures against Southport and Hereford is priced at:

Adult – £15

Concession – £10

Under-16 – Free (U14’s 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.

Fans under 16 can claim their free ticket on the gate at Gateshead International Stadium, including season ticket holders. Under-14’s must be accompanied by a paying adult.

Carers will be required to bring identification with them, such as a Blue Badge or letter proving their carer status.

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