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TICKETS | Details v Cheltenham Town (A)

14 September 2021

Ticket details confirmed for the game with Cheltenham Town at The Jonny-Rocks Stadium…

Ticket information for Rotherham United’s Sky Bet League One fixture with Cheltenham Town has been confirmed.

The match at The Jonny-Rocks Stadium on Saturday 2nd October is a 3.00pm kick off and the Millers have been issued an allocation of 803 tickets. Tickets have been allocated in the Hazelwood’s Stand. This is behind the goal and entry is to the middle of the stand, to the right of the bowling green on Whaddon Road.

Supporters will be allocated 10 priority points for purchasing their tickets in advance. You will need to provide each supporters customer number and name and address details at the time of purchase so we can allocate the tickets to the relevant accounts. Supporters purchasing their tickets online will need to use the friends and family function to allocate tickets to other supporters. Points will not be added retrospectively so tickets will need to be purchase under the correct accounts.

Tickets will be sold in the following order:

9am Wednesday 15th September

Tickets are on sale to 2021/22 season ticket holders strictly 1 ticket per supporter.

9am Saturday 18th September

Tickets are on sale to Millers Mayday members who are not season ticket holders, strictly 1 ticket per supporter.

9am Monday 20th September

Tickets go on general sale. Supporters will be able to buy up to a total of 5 tickets per customer number. If supporters have already bought tickets in any other period of sales, they will only be able to purchase additional tickets to the total of 5 tickets. If supporters are buying on behalf of other supporters, then we will need their details so that priority points can be added to the correct accounts.

Tickets go OFF sale at the AESSEAL New York Stadium at 4pm on Friday 1st October. All ticket sales and returns will need to be completed by this time and there will be no refunds after this time.

If supporters are buying tickets on behalf of other supporters, we will ask the person buying the tickets for the customer number, name and address of all the supporters they are buying on behalf of. Please make sure that you have this information ready at the time of purchase.

The prices for this fixture are:

Adult 18-64: £26

Senior 65 and over: £18

Student with valid ID: £18

Under 18: £10

Proof of concessions will need to be shown at the time of purchase and on the turnstiles on the day of the game. Should anyone not be able to provide the proof of concession at the turnstiles then they will be refused entry with no refund.

There are 3 wheelchair and carer seats available priced at £18 with a free carer.

Ambulant disabled supporters can purchase tickets priced as above with a free carer. Supporters who are in receipt of the middle or higher rate of DLA or the enhanced rate of PIP can claim a free carer. Please call 01709 827768 or visit the Red and White Shop to book these tickets.

There are two disabled car parking spaces available to book, FOC, by calling 01242 573558. When booking, you will need to provide your blue badge number.

The easiest and most convenient way to purchase tickets is online at or from the Red and White Shop. Supporters can link their family and friends up to their account so that all seats can be booked together which will mean we can allocate you seats together subject to availability. All your accounts will also receive the 10 priority points for the ticket purchase.

If you have any issues with logging in or linking friends and family then please email or call 01709 827768.

Remember to make sure all purchases and returns are made before 4pm on Friday 1st October.

There will be a £1 per transaction booking fee for tickets purchased over the telephone and there will be a £1 per ticket booking fee for tickets purchased online.



Rotherham United supports the use of the “Kick It Out” reporting app.

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 downloading the free “Kick it Out” reporting app from the Google Play store or the Apple App Store. Using the app, you will be able to select the name of the home club and provide as much detail as you can regarding the incident.

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