The match between the Stones and Dartford will be pay on the day.
With increased capacity at the Gallagher Stadium, there wasn’t the need to make the fixture all-ticket.
However, because of the numbers expected for the last Kent derby of the season, there will be separate home and away sections.
Stones fans will enter via the main turnstiles as usual, while Dartford supporters will use the north end entrance – opposite the Kent History & Library Centre.
The away section will run from the far left hand side of the FieldTurf Main Stand, along the north-east corner and half of the Henry Reeves & Co Stand at the Springfield end.
Club chief executive Bill Williams said: “I am pleased that supporters from both sides will be able to buy ground tickets on the day for this match.
“On the advice of the safety authorities, we are having home and away sections – purely because of numbers expected and potential congestion that the changing of ends could cause.”
Tickets prices for this match are as usual:
- Ground e-tickets for the home section are available for those who do want to buy in advance.
Dartford have an allocation of seats in the away section and these are being sold at Princes Park.