Gillingham Ticket Information
TICKETS for our upcoming match against Gillingham, on the final day of the season, go on sale to Members on Monday, April 16.
The game, at MEMS Priestfield Stadium, kicks off at 5.30pm, on Saturday, May 5.
Tickets will firstly be on sale to Members only, one ticket per member at rthe rate of concession on the Membership card. If tickets remain, they will go on sale to White Members from 9.30am on Thursday, April 16. Once again, if tickets remain, there will be a general sale period from 9.30am on Monday, April 23.
The Green Army will be situated in the Brian Moore stand, behind a goal, where there is NO covered seating avaiable.
Adults - £20
Over 65 - £16
Student - £6
Under 18 - £6
Under 12 - £6
We have six Wheelchair spaces available, priced at above rate.
Ambulant disabled with a free carer priced at above rate but only for those in receipt of the higher rate DLA or Enhanced level PIP.
Travel Members - £30
Non Members - £33
Departs from outside the Devonport End at 9am.
Payment is by cash to cheque only. Cheques made payable to PASC
Full Members Only – Monday, April 16, from 9.30am. One per Member to the relevant concession to the season ticket. Subject to availability.
White Members – Thursday, April 19, from 9.30am, One per Member to the relevant concession to the season ticket. Subject to availability.
General Sale – Monday, April 23 from 9.30am. Subject to availability.
Away fans are housed on one side of the Brian Moore Stand (on the Medway Stand side) where around 1,500 supporters can be accommodated. Like last season the stand is of the temporary variety i.e. the type that you would see around the 18th hole at the British Open Golf Championship, although it is of a good size and height (you can get some great views of the surrounding area at the very top of it), plus the views of the playing action are fine. Unlike most temporary stands though the facilities are surprisingly good, being of a permanent nature behind the structure. However it is uncovered, so although the Club hand out free rain macs if it rains, still be prepared to get wet! The absence of a roof also dampens the atmosphere somewhat, even considering that the end is shared with home fans. However supporters in this area do try to make some noise by stamping on the metal rows of the stand. One unusual aspect of visiting Priestfield Stadium is that away supporters have to walk down a very narrow terraced street to reach the away entrance, or if coming from adjacent streets down very tight alley ways. However, there is never normally any problems with this although after the game the Police sometimes close of some of the surrounding streets to keep fans apart.