Admission Prices 2017/18

First Team Games (including FA Cup, FA Trophy, Evo-Stik Division One South, Doodson Cup and County Cup)

Adults - £8.00

OAPs/Students/Concessions - £4.00

Season Tickets - £110 & £55 (Home League games only)

Under 21s / 19s Games (including FA Youth Cup, WVH North Midlands League and League Cup)

Adults - £4.00

OAPs/Students/Concessions - £2.00

Ladies First Team Games (including FA Premier League, FA Cup, County Cup and League Cup)

Adults - £5.00

OAPs/Students/Concessions - £2.00

Season Tickets - £40 & £15 ((9 League Games plus 2 Continental Cup Games)

Combined Season Tickets are available (Admission to Men's Home League Fixtures and Ladies' Fixtures as above) Adults £145/Concessions £70

From this season we will be offering supporters the opportunity to purchase match tickets to Men's and Ladies First Team Home Games online. There will be a small additional fee to cover credit card processing costs. Full details to follow.

Programmes are available at all the above, First Team £2.00, Ladies £2.00 and Under 21s free with admission.

Comments

By john jagger (not verified) on
At what age do you become an OAP
By sheffield on

65 Mr Jagger. 

By Aglaia Barraclough (not verified) on
can i buy tickets to bring friends and family along even though i'm the only one who is currently a member? AND, do i buy the tickets at the stadium on the day of the match, or in advance?
By sheffield on

You can bring whoever you want to our games, and tickets are available on the day of the game. 

By Antony May (not verified) on
Are season tickets available for the forthcoming season and are there discounts for supporters who are registered disabled?
By bill (not verified) on
do i get tickets straight from the ticket office on match day?
By sheffield on

All games are pay at the turnstile unless we state on the news page

By Elizabeth Forrest (not verified) on
I am the Group leader of the 69th Sheffield (Mosborough) Beaver Scout Group and I was wondering if you could donate or provide any discounted tickets for the Beavers to come and see a Sheffield FC game. The group is all boys aged between 6 - 8 and I believe they would throughly enjoy coming to see a 'real' game . I have just taken over the group and I am trying to get them out and about to see and experience new and different thing that they would not possibly have the opportunity to do so normally. I look forward to hearing form you. Yours Faithfully Mrs Elizabeth Forrest Sent from my iPad
By Matthew (not verified) on
How much is the entry fee for Ladies under12s Matches?
By sheffield on

Under 12s at Ladies games go free. 

By Matthew Lister (not verified) on
Are u21 matches held at the stadium or somewhere else?
By sheffield on

All U21 games are held at the stadium, unless advertised on the News page. 

By Hannah (not verified) on
Do you have to be a member to come watch a game? As I'm interested in introducing my daughter to the world of women's football and thought watching sheffield's finest would bethe ideal start.
By sheffield on

Membership is not obligitary, however we do encourage people to join to become part of the World's First Football Club. New supporters are always welcome, and watching the Ladies is as good a level of non-professional football to watch as any in the South Yorkshire / North East Derbyshire.

By Daniel Lister (not verified) on
What are the admission prices for ladies reserve games?
By Jon B (not verified) on
I'm planning to bring 20 friends who are visiting from different areas of the country to a game in September to celebrate my birthday. Is it possible by buy tickets before the game and if not do the games tend sell out? I just want to make sure we all get in. Thanks
By sheffield on

All games are pay on the gate unless it is the later stages of the FA Cup. We can easily accomodate 20 extra supporters without a problem.

By LW (not verified) on
Hi, Are fans able to park in the club's carpark down the side of the stadium on matchdays? Or is there other parking options? Thanks
By sheffield on

Parking at the back of the ground is encouraged, however spaces are limited and the car park does fill quickly. 

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