Tickets for Hartlepool Blyth Spartans FA Cup clash to go on sale

Hartlepool United Manager Paul Murray. Picture by FRANK REID
Hartlepool United Manager Paul Murray. Picture by FRANK REID
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TICKETS for Hartlepool United’s highly-anticipated FA Cup match with Blyth Spartans will go on sale next week.

Club officials have confirmed tickets for the second round tie against Spartans at Victoria Park on Friday, December 3 (KO 7.55pm) will go on sale to season tickets holders on Monday.

The two clubs have been in discussions about ticket arrangements for the televised fixture since the draw was made and details have now been confirmed.

Prices for the game will be £20 for adults and £10 for concessions with sales to season ticket holders commencing from the Victoria Park Ticket Office at 10am on Monday, November 24.

A club spokesman added: “Due to FA Cup regulations on allocation of tickets to away sides, we will be unable to begin selling to Season Ticket holders who sit in Blocks E or F of the Niramax Stand as this area may be required for visiting fans.

“However, fans who sit in affected blocks can buy their tickets for another area of the ground from Monday if they so wish before further information will become available on Monday, December 1.”

“Season Ticket holders will have until 5.30pm on Saturday 29th November (after the home game with Wycombe Wanderers) to buy their seats for the FA Cup tie.”


Adults - £20

Over 60s - £10

Under 16s - £10

There will be no student concessions for this fixture and the ticket office will open between 10am and 4pm every day between November 24 and November 28.

Pools fans are reminded that they should keep their ticket stubs from the Blyth game.