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Peterborough (H): FAQs

All you need to know about attending Saturday's game

29 July 2021

Fratton Park

If you are coming to Fratton Park for Saturday's friendly against Peterborough (3pm kick-off), we have provided some answers to a few frequently asked questions.

How can I buy tickets for Saturday’s game?
Tickets for the match – which kicks-off at 3pm – are on sale now and must be bought in advance.

They will remain on sale until midday on Saturday and the quickest and easiest way to purchase seats is by visiting our eticketing site.

Fans can also call 0345 646 1898 (option one) or visit the Anson Road ticket office. Both of these options are only available between 9am and 5.30pm on Thursday and Friday.

Please note that on the day of the game, the ticket booth behind the Fratton End will be open from 10am for enquiries only

With redevelopment work continuing in the North Stand, Blues fans will be seated in the Fratton End and South Stand Upper for this fixture.

All tickets will be sent via email and can be printed at home or scanned at the turnstiles using your mobile device.

The turnstiles will open at 1.30pm on Saturday.

Category Price
Adult £10
Senior (65+) £5
Young Person (18-22) £5
Junior (17 and under) £5
Ambulant* £5
Wheelchair User* £5

*Includes an assistant if on the highest rate of DLA or PIP.

What refreshments will be available?
The will be an outside catering van stationed on the Fratton End concourse serving hot food.

There will also be one kiosk in the Fratton End and one in the South Stand Upper (as well as one in the Milton End for away supporters) serving a selection of cold food, crisps and confectionary, hot and cold drinks.

The Victory Bar – which will serve the same food as in the kiosks – will also be open from 12pm on Saturday.

Please note that Fratton Park is now a cashless stadium and only card payments will be accepted.

What Covid protocols/guidelines are in place?
Please do not come to the game if you have any Covid symptoms or have been asked to self-isolate.

Please remain seated as much as possible and in your allocated seat. If you do need to leave your seat, then please wait for a time when the aisles are clear.

When moving past other spectators please do turn your face away from them. Please wash or sanitise your hands frequently. Avoid touching your face or face covering, as well as handles, railings, etc, whenever possible. Please cover your mouth if you need to cough or sneeze.

You should maintain social distancing wherever possible and avoid physical contact. Please do not shout or sing close to other people who are not within your social group.

We strongly advise that you wear a face covering in indoor areas of the stadium and while moving around Fratton Park

We would also encourage supporters to take lateral flow test before coming to the game, as one in three people with Covid-19 are asymptomatic.

Will a programme be available?
The club intend to keep producing programmes for competitive fixtures, but there will be no issue produced for Saturday’s friendly.

How can I follow the match if I haven’t got a ticket?
There will be no live stream of Saturday’s match, but the club will provide updates on Twitter and the website.

Can I bring a bag into the ground?
Please note that supporters cannot bring any bags bigger than A4 size with them into the stadium.

Is parking available on Saturday?
Parking at Fratton Park must be pre-booked for £5 and can be done so online here.

The nearby Miltoncross Academy also offer parking for every home game for the price of £6.


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