UCL: Ticketing information for upcoming FC RFS clash

Jun 20, 2024 | All News, Club News, First Team

Following last night’s fixture confirmation ahead of our two-legged UEFA Champions League clash with Latvian champions FC RFS, we can now provide supporters with a further update regarding match tickets.

Tuesday’s draw meant that FC RFS will have home advantage during the first leg of the tie, which will be played in Riga at the LNK Sporta Parks facility on Wednesday 10th July at 6pm BST (8pm local time). Ticket details for this game are yet to be confirmed and more information will be communicated shortly.

The second leg of the tie will take place at Inver Park the following week, with the game confirmed for Wednesday 17th July with an 8pm kick-off.

In order to comply with UEFA regulations as normal, supporters will only be able to purchase tickets for seated areas of the stadium for this game. This means that the Main Stand Terrace will not be in operation, and Inver Park will have a lower capacity than what would be the case for regular league fixtures.

With this information and a likely sell-out in mind, supporters are advised that in order to benefit from a Season Ticket holder priority sale, they must purchase their membership by 7pm on Monday 24th June.

Priority sale for Season Ticket holders’ sale will commence on Tuesday (25th June) at 10am and will last through until 10am on Thursday (27th June). During this pre-sale, Season Ticket holders can purchase a ticket for themselves plus a maximum of two extra tickets.

General sale will then commence at 10am on Thursday (27th June), straight after the sale has ended. Tickets for the game will be priced at £15 for adults, £10 for concessions and £5 for under 11s – no Season Tickets will be valid for free entry into the game.

A seating plan will be in place for the home fixture at Inver Park so we encourage all of those booking multiple tickets or wanting to sit in a group, to ensure that they are booking together at the same time to avoid disappointment.

If there is a reduced capacity for the first leg of the tie in Riga, a Season Ticket holder pre-sale may be required.

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