-Marine Members and Season Ticket holders given priority access
-Marine receive allocation of 600 tickets
Following discussions with Runcorn Linnets, Pitching In Northern Premier League Marine announces the arrangements for the NPL West play-off final away against Runcorn Linnets on Saturday 30th April, kickoff at 3pm.
Marine won 3-2 at Workington in a thrilling semi-final on Tuesday with a hat trick from Neil Kengni, whilst Runcorn Linnets beat Leek Town also away 4-1.
Admission to the Runcorn Linnets game at the Apec Taxis Stadium, Stockham Lane, Halton, Runcorn WA7 6GJ will be all pay, and Marine fans can only purchase match tickets via Kaizen Ticketing Solutions. Adult tickets cost £8, concessionary tickets cost £5, and those for children under the age of 18 are £2. Marine fans only can purchase match tickets using the following link;
Marine members and season ticket holders will have priority access to purchase their online ticket from 7pm on Thursday 28th April by inputting their membership card/season ticket MRE number into the Kaizen purchasing system. Tickets will go on general sale to other Marine fans from 9am on Friday 29th April.
Marine supporters entering the Apec Taxis Stadium via turnstile 3 must present their e-ticket or printed ticket which will be scanned on entry. There will be no match tickets for sale to Marine fans on the day of the game.
Marine officials also confirm that two supporter coaches have been arranged leaving the Marine Travel Arena at 12:45pm and returning after the game. Tickets for the coaches can only be purchased via https://marinefc.ktckts.com (then select “Away Travel”) from 7pm on Thursday 28th April, with adult tickets costing £10 and children aged 16 and under £5.
Marine Chairman Paul Leary said:
“This is our first play-off final for 15 years and is a massive game for both Marine and Linnets. Both clubs had tremendous away wins in the play-off semi-finals to reach this final on Saturday. I am looking forward to the game in what is a local derby match with so much at stake, with the winners stepping up to the NPL Premier Division.”
Paul Leary added:
“Whatever the result on Saturday I look forward to welcoming our players, staff, officials and fans back to Marine after the game to celebrate what has been a very good season.”