Tickets: Adults £10 / Concessions £6, to be allocated to priority groups and Marine fans attending most games…
Northern Premier League Marine announces that they are to hold admission prices for The Emirates FA Cup game against Tottenham Hotspur to reward loyal fans. The prices continue at the rates charged for league and cup games played at the Marine Travel Arena this season with adult tickets costing just £10 and concessions £6. [Retired citizens over 65 and children up to the age of 16.]
The Emirates FA Cup game against Tottenham Hotspur is to be played at The Marine Travel Arena on Sunday 10 January with a 5pm kick off. The FA have also announced that the game will be shown live on BBC 1.
The FA and Sefton Council have advised that the attendance capacity for the game against Tottenham Hotspur has been set at 500 following a Covid stadium assessment carried out by the Sports Grounds Safety Authority.
Club officials have decided that tickets will be allocated initially to priority groups such as members, players, staff and main sponsors. The balance of the tickets available out of the 500 will then be offered to regular Marine fans who have attended all or the majority of the seven home games played at the Marine Travel Arena up to the 31 October. No tickets will therefore be placed on general sale.
Tickets will be sold in person to members of the priority groups and individuals selected from the ticketing systems attendance data on the basis that each ticket buyer completes and signs a declaration regarding ticket use and Covid compliance. Photo ID will be required to purchase the allocated ticket.
Members can purchase tickets on Sunday 27th December between the hours of 10am and 2 pm in the Graham Lounge. Members must bring photo ID or a utility bill and their membership card to purchase their allocated ticket. Further sessions for other Priority groups will be announced very shortly.
Marine Chairman Paul Leary said:
“It is absolutely vital that our members, regular supporters, players, staff and main sponsors receive between them the number of tickets that we have available. Our members and regular fans deserve the chance to watch the most magical FA Cup game in the history of the competition. As we are strictly limited to the number of spectators that can attend the game, it is of course regretful that we cannot put any tickets on general sale, as the demand for any possible remaining tickets would be overwhelming.”