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Emirates FA Cup

Getting ready for the FA Cup first round

On Sunday 8 November, the Stones welcome League Two side Yeovil Town to the Gallagher Stadium in the first round of the Emirates FA Cup.

Here’s a round-up of ticket sale dates and times, as well as pre-match arrangements.

Ticket sales

MONDAY 2 NOVEMBER (12:00 to 20:00)
Season ticket holders only
On sale from the club office in the Spitfire Lounge

  • One ticket per season ticket holder
  • You can bring another person’s season ticket if they cannot make it. Names will be crossed off a list at the time of purchase
  • Seated season ticket holders will have first dibs on their usual seat

TUESDAY 3 NOVEMBER (12:00 to 20:00)
Season ticket holders and Maidstone United Fan Club members
On sale from the club office in the Spitfire Lounge

  • One ticket per season ticket holder/Fan Club member
  • You can bring another person’s season ticket/membership card if they cannot make it. Names will be crossed off a list at the time of purchase
  • Seated season ticket holders will have first dibs on their usual seat
  • There are ample tickets for season ticket holders and fan club members, so don’t rush to queue at midday

WEDNESDAY 4 NOVEMBER (12:00 to 20:00)
General sale
On sale from the club office in the Spitfire Lounge

Any remaining tickets will be sold on Thursday 5 and Friday 6 November between 12:00 and 17:00.

Admission prices

Adults: £12.00
Concessions (65+/students with valid ID): £9.00
Youth (11 to 16 year olds): £5.00
Junior (Under 11): £1.00

Stand seat: plus £2.00 on the above prices.


Arrangements on the day

The match will kick off at 14:00 and the gates open at 11:30.

As it is Remembrance Sunday, there will be road closures in the town centre for the parade and service. The High Street, Maidstone and St Peter’s bridges and the areas around Maidstone East and West Rail stations and County Hall will be closed at certain times between 09:45 and 11:30.

Motorists are advised to use the M20 and come off at junction six, following signs for the Town Centre (A229).

Spaces in the Gallagher Stadium car park are reserved as usual. Invicta House and Maidstone East car parks, both pay and display, will be open. Whether the Maidstone Lions charity car park will be open will be confirmed soon.

As the game is in the first round proper and against a league team, segregation will be in place.

Maidstone United supporters will enter the stadium through the main turnstiles, accessed through the car park. Yeovil Town fans will use the turnstiles on James Whatman Way, opposite the Kent History and Library Centre. There will be signage and stewards to assist on the day.

In the home section, supporters will have access to the Spitfire Lounge, club shop, outside bar, Stones Pie Hut, Gemz and Magz sweet shop, Stones Grill and toilets. The away section has a refreshment kiosk and toilets. Under FA regulations, no alcohol may be consumed in view of play and usual arrangements will be in place to comply with this.

After the match, the north London derby between Arsenal and Tottenham will be shown on the big screen in the Spitfire Lounge.

1 Response

  1. DAVE

    im going on sunday the trains are more of a problem than Yeovil will be keep them pegged back from the start Jay Great result again last sat 9 in a row thats brilliant and great to have Frannie back

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