Ticket details confirmed for the game with Chesterfield...
Ticket information for Rotherham United’s pre-season friendly with Chesterfield has been confirmed.
The match at the Proact Stadium on Saturday 20th July is a 3.00pm kick off and the Millers have been issued an initial allocation of 500 tickets.
Tickets will go on general sale at 9am Monday 8th July.
There is a limit of five tickets per person in each of the sales periods.
Tickets go OFF sale at the AESSEAL New York Stadium at 4pm on Friday 19th July. All ticket sale and returns will need to be completed by this time as there will be no refunds after this time.
Prices are as follows:
Senior 65 and over: £5
17 – 21 year olds: £5
Under 17: £5
Supporters who are in receipt of medium or higher rate DLA or enhanced PIP can claim a disabled ticket and a free carer. Disabled tickets are sold at the prices above with a free carer. Supporters who have not registered with us will need to bring in their latest claim certificate at the time of purchase.
There are eight pairs of wheelchair seats available which are priced as above with a free carer and these tickets will need to be purchased from the Red and White Shop.
There might be some limited availability on parking for disabled supporters. Please call 01246 269300 and press for tickets and someone will be able to provide you with the latest information. Chesterfield FC operate an induction loop facility for hard of hearing, visually impaired or blind supporters which carries full match commentary of the match. Please contact Karen Wood on 01246 269300 for more details.
The easiest and most convenient way to purchase tickets is online at www.rotherhamunitedshop.co.uk or from the Red and White Shop.
Remember to make sure all purchases and returns are made before 4pm on Friday 19th July.
Rotherham United supports the use of the “Kick It Out” reporting app, as well as our own in house Report Hotline.
We operate a zero tolerance policy on discrimination of any sort. Any reported acts of disciplinary conduct by clubs’ supporters are also likely to lead to formal disciplinary action by the FA under rule E21.
Discrimination or inappropriate behaviour within the stadium can be reported anonymously by texting or calling 07507 449121 or by downloading the free “Kick it Out” reporting app from the Google Play store or the Apple App Store.