Tickets - Crowds at Nantwich Town Weaver Stadium

Nantwich Town sold out main stand tickets for their FA Trophy semi-final clash with Halifax – just three hours after going on sale.

The club have been stunned by the level of interest – and are urging supporters to grab tickets in advance for other areas of the Weaver Stadium.

The Dabbers are just 180 minutes from a Wembley final appearance and will take on FC Halifax in the first leg of their clash this Saturday, March 12, kick off 3pm.

Director Tim Crighton said: “We only starting selling tickets at 4pm yesterday in the club shop whereby people can reserve their seat in the main stand.

“By 7pm the main stand tickets were sold out!

“There is still availability in other areas of the ground but this is really a “must see” game and we have started selling tickets for the away coach journey too.”

Saturday’s game is not an all ticket match, so fans will be able to pay at the turnstiles.

There will be no admission to the seats in the main stand without a reserved ticket.

General ground admission will be pay at the gate at usual admission prices, £10 adults, £7 concessions, £3 Under 16s.

The new club shop opening hours are Monday 4pm-7pm, Tuesday 10am–3pm (up to kick off on match days) Wednesday 12pm-7pm, Friday 10am– 3pm, and Saturday 9am–12pm (up to kick off on match days).

One Comment

  1. I went to the club earlier today to buy tickets for this Saturday. All 350 seats – all located in the main stand – have sold out. The Weaver Stadium has a 3,000 capacity and 2,000 are expected, so I told to pay on the gate.

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