Farsley Celtic return to The Citadel on Saturday as they host high-fliers Scarborough Athletic in the National League North.

The visitors are in third place in the league following a good run of form – and the Celts will be looking to build up another unbeaten run themselves after their eight-match unbeaten league run came to an end against Scunthorpe over Christmas.

The Celts secured a decent point on the road at Curzon last week and will be looking to build on that.

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 not all-ticket and admission is available by cash or card payment at the turnstile.

  • 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 can also be bought in advance by home and away fans by clicking here.


No segregation will be in place at the ground.


  • 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.
  • A can bar will also be in operation at bThe Shed end of the ground, but will accept cash payments only.
  • We have an array of hot and cold food available in the ground, 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.


The game will be busier than normal, and we would encourage all fans to arrive as early as possible.

We encourage 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. Nearest train station is New Pudsey, which is just 15 minutes’ walk away, and number 16 and 72 buses from Leeds also go near the ground.

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.