Frequently Asked Questions
What are the club's opening times?
The turnstiles will be open from 1pm on a Saturday and 6pm on a Tuesday evening. The Nest Bar will be also open before and after the match, serving drinks and showing the latest sporting events. The Nest Bar is open to both home and away spectators unless the match is segregated.
How do you access the ground?
If you have bought your ticket before arrival, you can access the ground via the main gate for quick access to the ground.
If are required to purchase your ticket on the day, please use one of the turnstiles that are open.
When are matches?
Home matches are played on a Saturdays kick off will be 3.00pm, mid-week matches are played on Tuesday evenings kick off will be 7.45pm.
Keep an eye on the fixtures section for upcoming home matches.
Where is the ground?
Our home ground is The Citadel, Newlands, Farsley, Leeds, LS28 5BE, a short walk from the centre of our beautiful village Farsley, where you will find a number of pubs and places to eat and drink.
Is there parking?
We have a large carpark at The Citadel for around 70 cars on a first come, first served basis.
Is there disable parking?
We have a limited number of Blue Badge spaces at The Citadel, if you would like to reserve a space, please email the club at email@example.com. We will require your car registration number to reserve your blue badge space.
Can we bring a coach?
We have a limited number of parking spaces for supporters travel coaches, if you would like to reserve a space, please email the club at firstname.lastname@example.org. We will require your coach registration number.
How can I buy tickets?
We encourage you to buy your tickets in online, in advance – via TicketCo.
Please arrive early as possible to avoid queues, which can be lengthier immediately prior to kick-off.
Is there food and drink is available?
There is a great selection of food and drink on offer on a match day, from burgers and pies from the Nest Kitchen to a wide range of alcoholic and soft drinks on offer in The Nest Bar.
On a match day, we have a Happy Hour offer in the Nest Bar, offering 50p off draught products for the hour leading up to kick off!
Is there disabled access?
Disabled fans should proceed to Maingate where they will be shown to the disabled fans area. Disabled fans will pay the normal ticket price. A disabled person’s carer/assistant will be supplied a ticket free of charge, again email the club to obtain your carer/assistant match day ticket email@example.com
Can I buy club merchandise at the ground?
Yes. There is fully-stocked club shop inside the ground. It is packed with all sorts of Farsley Celtic official merchandise, Puma Teamwear and old programmes, with gifts to suit all budgets.
Are supporters segregated during matches?
Most of our home fixtures are not segregated and should the club decided to operate segregation for a match the club will announce this prior to the match will advise and guidance to spectators.
Do you produce matchday programmes?
Matchday programmes will be on site, inside the ground prior to the match. The cost is £3.00 per programme.
Should you require to bulk order for collection on the day, please email firstname.lastname@example.org 5 days prior to the match.
Are dogs allowed in the ground?
Dogs are allowed to access the ground with you, however they must be on a lead through your stay at The Citadel.