Pitching In Northern Premier League Marine announces the ticketing arrangements for the NPL West league game this coming Tuesday at the Marine Travel Arena against Trafford with a kickoff at 7:45pm.
Adult tickets for the game cost £10 whilst concessionary tickets for retired citizens (aged 65 and over) and for students in full time education cost £6. Junior tickets (aged 12-16) cost £3, whilst children aged up to 11 have free admission if they are accompanied by an adult who has purchased a match ticket.
Tickets for the game against Trafford are now on sale and can only be purchased using the link:
Fans entering the stadium must provide their e-ticket or printed ticket which will be scanned on entry at gates 1 or 2 on College Road, or at gates 5 and 6 adjacent to the club entrance which will also be open to accommodate the extra number of spectators that are expected to attend the game.
All gates will open at 6:45pm at which time the Arriva Suite and 1894 bar can be accessed for refreshments and snacks.
Season tickets and Membership cards must be presented for scanning at the turnstiles whilst holders of NHS or Student season tickets should also present their ID badges.
The online ticket purchasing arrangements with Kaizen Ticketing Solutions and the introduction of the scanning technology at the beginning of the season continues to benefit staff and fans helping avoid delays and congestion at the turnstiles. Club officials are pleased with the success of the new systems which have proved to be necessary in handling the large increase in attendances at the Marine Travel Arena this season.
On Saturday Marine knocked out NPL Premier title contenders South Shields in the final qualifying round of the Buildbase FA Trophy in a thrilling penalty shoot-out after a goalless draw at 90 minutes.
Unbelievably Marine have won five penalty shoot-outs in succession paving the way to FA Cup and FA Trophy successes over the last two seasons. On Saturday, Niall Cummins stepped up to score the winning penalty taking it to a 5-3 victory for Marine after South Shields had missed their fourth penalty.
Marine Chairman Paul Leary said: “Saturday was another special day for our football club with a fantastic penalty shoot-out victory in front of 750 fans, the second highest attendance nationally in the Buildbase FA Trophy games at the weekend. We switch our attention on Tuesday for the visit of Trafford in what will be a tough NPL West league game as both clubs bid to strengthen their league positions. I look forward therefore to meeting the players, staff, officials, and supporters of Trafford at the Marine Travel Arena on Tuesday evening.