-Members and Season Ticket holders given 24-hour priority access
-Fans urged to buy tickets in advance
Pitching In Northern Premier League Premier Division Marine announce the arrangements for the Emirates FA Cup 1st Qualifying Round game against Radcliffe this coming Saturday 3rd September, with kick-off at 3:30pm. The later kick-off time has been agreed between the clubs and the Football Association to allow more time for fans attending the Merseyside derby earlier in the day to travel to the Marine Travel Arena.
Marine and Radcliffe fans can purchase their match tickets via;
Adult tickets for the game cost £10 whilst concessionary tickets for retired citizens (aged 65 and over), students in full time education (aged 18+) and youths (aged 14-17] cost £6. Junior (aged 11-13) and child tickets (aged under 11) cost £3.
Marine members and season ticket holders will have priority access to purchase their on-line ticket from 9am on Sunday 28th August by inputting their membership card/season ticket MRE number into the Kaizen purchasing system. Tickets will go on general sale from 9am on Monday 29th August.
Admission to the Radcliffe game will be all pay, and fans are requested to purchase tickets in advance via Kaizen Ticketing Solutions. Marine season tickets and membership cards are not valid for this game.
Turnstiles will open at 2:15pm. The Arriva Suite will be open from 2:15pm and the 1894 bar will be open from midday for refreshments and snacks.
Newly appointed SIA trained stewards will also be in attendance to assist on the day and fans are urged to arrive early to avoid congestion. Additional catering and toilet facilities has been arranged within the stadium to accommodate the likely increased attendance for the game.
Marine Chairman Paul Leary said:
“I look forward to welcoming the players, staff, officials, and supporters of Radcliffe to the Marine Travel Arena for our first Emirates FA Cup game of the season. Following our promotion to the NPL Premier Division at the end of last season our entry into the competition is at the 1st Qualifying Round stage as opposed to the Preliminary Round.
I would like to thank Radcliffe officials and the Football Association for agreeing to the 3:30pm kick-off which will benefit both clubs due to a higher attendance.”