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All-ticket for New Year

Ticket details for the game against Hereford on New Year’s Day…



Aggborough Stadium

The match between Harriers and Hereford at Aggborough on New Year’s Day is to be ALL TICKET for all supporters.

The club’s normal league match admission prices will apply, which are as follows:

Terrace
Adults: £15.00
*Concessions: £9.00
6-16 year olds: £3.00
5 and under: FREE

Seats
Adults: £17.00
*Concessions: £12.00
6-16 year olds: £5.00
5 and under: FREE

* Concessions: Over 60s, Students and young adults aged 16-18. Concessionary entry may be subject to satisfactory production of ID. FREE tickets can only be purchased on the day upon production of a fully paid adult or concession ticket.

HOME SUPPORTERS

North Stand terrace, Main Stand & East Stand seats
Harriers fans can purchase tickets from Aggborough Stadium’s ticket office as of now, during opening hours, but ALL supporters will need a valid ticket prior to the game and nobody will be permitted entry without one. A limited number of Main Stand seated tickets will be made available for purchase online where additional fees apply.

SEASON TICKET HOLDERS

Season Ticket holders will of course not need to pay for a ticket and can use the relevant match ticket voucher at the turnstile as usual.

AWAY SUPPORTERS

South stand terrace, East Stand seats
Hereford fans will only be able to purchase tickets from Harriers, as no tickets are on sale from the Bulls. Away fans can purchase their tickets in person from Aggborough during opening hours, or by telephone (orders must be paid for in full and will NOT otherwise be reserved) for collection. Phone orders can also only be made during opening hours. A limited number are also available online to Hereford fans, but additional fees apply. ALL supporters will need a valid ticket prior to the game and nobody will be permitted entry without one.


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