Bosses at Chorley Football Club have moved quickly to announce ticket details for the FA Cup fourth-qualifying round clash against Halifax Town.
Following discussions between both clubs and the relevant local authorities Chorley FC have confirmed the match arrangements.
Segregation will be in place for the game to prevent any ‘crush’ situation arising.
The game will not be all ticket, but tickets will be going on sale over the weekend.
To guarantee entrance to the game it is advised that supporters of both clubs purchase tickets ahead of the match day.
A large number of supporters had to be turned away from the Sir Tom Finney Stadium last Saturday before Chorley’s match with Bamber Bridge as the capacity was breached and the club want to do their utmost in preventing this situation.
Tickets will be on sale at the normal prices prior to the match day:
£7 Over 60’s & Young Adults 17-21
£5 Aged 12-16
£2 Ages 8-11
If the game is not a sell-out then any remaining supporters will be able to pay on the day, but due to operational issues the ‘on the day prices’ will be as follows:
£7 All concessions
Once the capacity is reached the turnstiles will be closed and no further supporters will be admitted without a ticket.