Farsley Celtic return to The Citadel on Saturday as they host league leaders Scunthorpe United in the National League North.
Please not that the game is ALL TICKET and there will be no cash or card admission on the day. We are expecting a large crowd, so early arrival is advised.
Check out all of the important ticket and supporters’ information ahead of the fixture:
Saturday, December 30, at 3pm.
The Citadel, Newlands, Farsley, Leeds, LS28 5BE. Directions to The Citadel can be found here.
The game is all-ticket and tickets will be on sale online right up until kick off. Prices are:
- Adults £15.00
- Concessions (Over 60s) £10.00
- Students (Only valid with in-date NUS card) £10.00
- Junior (Ages 11-15) £6.00
- Child £3.00
- A variety of family tickets are also available, although some are sold out.
Tickets must be bought in advance by home and away fans by clicking here.
If you are a Farsley Celtic season ticket holder you do not need to buy a ticket.
No segregation will be in place at the ground.
FOOD AND DRINK
- The Nest Bar will be open, with all supporters welcome. It will be serving a range of alcoholic and soft drinks. Cash and card will be accepted.
- Can bars will also be in operation at our sports hall and inside the ground, but will accept cash payments only.
- We have an array of hot and cold food available, with cash and card payments taken. Pies include pork, steak and and chicken. Loaded fries include pulled pork and Korean crispy chicken. Hot drinks, tea and coffee will be available.
VISITING FANS – PARKING
The game will be busier than normal, and we would encourage all fans to arrive as early as possible.
We urge visiting fans in coaches, minibuses and cars to park in Pudsey Civic Hall car park, which is a short walk away from the ground and is free to use. This will allow you a much quicker exit back home after the match and reduce traffic congestion in residential streets around the ground. More parking details for Scunthorpe fans can be found here.
We have a small car park at the ground and always ask people to park with respect for our neighbours if other parking options are full.