If you are attending Pompey’s Sky Bet League One fixture against Cambridge United on Saturday (3pm kick-off), please read the following matchday guide…
Pompey fans can still secure a ticket for the game online here or by visiting the Anson Road ticket office on Friday.
Supporters are advised to buy tickets in advance with the prices rising on a matchday.
On the day of the game, fans purchasing tickets should visit the booth behind the Fratton End, with the ticket office open for collections and enquiries.
Both will be open from 9am, while the ticket office will remain open until 5.30pm after the game.
Flexi-season ticket holders and members who have bought a ticket for this fixture will have received an eticket, which they can print at home or scan at the turnstiles using their mobile device.
If you are a full season ticket holder you will be able to use your card to enter the stadium. If your card has not yet arrived, please email firstname.lastname@example.org with your full name and Client ID number to arrange for a replacement eticket. We advise this method as the ticket office is expected to be busy on a matchday.
Please note that seat details are not printed on cards. This is because the cards were produced when the club were planning to sell only flexi-season tickets and also because the Covid-19 pandemic and ongoing stadium works meant the club were previously unsure on what the capacity of Fratton Park would be for this season.
Seat detail cards have been sent out to full season ticket holders, which should be taken to Fratton Park along with your season ticket card. These can be shown to matchday steward if prompted. If you have not received this, please check your emails as these details were also emailed out to supporters. If you are still unsure on your seat details, please contact the ticket office.
|Category||Advance Sales||Matchday Sales|
|Young Person (18-22)||£16||£18|
|Junior (17 and under)||£7||£8|
*Includes an assistant on the highest rate of DLA or PIP.
Code of Conduct
Portsmouth Football Club kindly ask supporters to follow the club’s code of conduct to ensure an enjoyable matchday experience for all.
Supporters are advised to arrive at the ground early in order to avoid queues and help limit the risk of Covid-19 infections.
Please note that Fratton Park is now a cashless stadium and only contactless payments will now be accepted.
Food & Drink
The kiosks inside the ground will be serving Piglet’s Pantry’s famous pies, with hot dogs and a selection crisps, confectionary, draught beer, and a range of hot and cold drinks also available.
The Victory Bar – which offers a range of alcoholic and soft drinks – will be open for home fans from 12pm on Saturday.
Spaces in the car park behind the North Stand must be pre-booked online and will go on sale around one week before each home fixture. The car park has sold out for Saturday's game.
The nearby Miltoncross Academy (PO3 6RB) offer parking for £6, with gates opening two hours before kick-off.
Fratton End 1-4: Anson Road/Milton Lane
Fratton End 37-40: Frogmore Road
North Stand 5-18: Anson Road/Milton Lane
South Stand Upper 29-30: Apsley Road
South Stand Upper 31-32: Frogmore Road
South Stand Lower (Nelson’s Family Zone) 35-36: Frogmore Road
South Stand Lower 27-28: Apsley Road
Corporate Lounge Guests: Frogmore Road
Please note that supporters cannot bring any bags bigger than A4 size with them into the stadium.
Copies of the matchday magazine can be bought from programme sellers around the ground for £3.
Sellers will be carrying contactless card devices, but cash payments will also be accepted.
Portsmouth Football Club operate a ‘Challenge 25’ policy, so you will be asked to show ID if you look under 25.
Please note that it is an offence to drink alcohol in view of the pitch. There are no alcohol sales in the South Stand Lower or Milton End.
Smoking is not permitted inside the stadium, including the use of electronic cigarettes. Supporters wanting to smoke can use the signposted external areas outside the North Stand and Fratton End.
Audio Descriptive Commentary/Ear Defenders
Audio descriptive commentary headsets and ear defenders can be requested in advance by emailing email@example.com or, subject to availability, by asking a steward on arrival at the ground.
Pompey Against Discrimination
We would like to remain all supporters that discrimination of any kind will not be tolerated at Fratton Park.
Please helps us continue to make the ground a safe and friendly environment to watch football by bringing any unacceptable behaviour to the attention of stewards and police at the earlier opportunity.
You can also report any abusive or discriminatory behaviour by sending a text message to 07500 778844.
Portsmouth Football Club are committed to the safeguarding and welfare of all children, young people and adults at risk, and expect all those involved with the club to share this commitment.
We are also committed to ensuring that any club related activity will be in a safe environment where children, young people and adults at risk are protected from harm or abuse while under our care.
Safeguarding is everyone’s responsibility. If you are worried about a person, it is important that you report your concerns. No action is not an option.
If you need any assistance, need to raise a concern or wish to discuss anything relating to safeguarding, please get in touch with the stadium designated safeguarding officer or senior safeguarding manager as soon as possible.
Senior Safeguarding Manager: Emma Smith
Phone: 07824 415959
Stadium Designated Safeguarding Officer: Marie Stedman
Phone (text only): 07500 778844
Live radio commentary of every Pompey game is broadcast on BBC Radio Solent and Express FM.
Fans who live further afield can purchase an audio commentary pass on iFollow.
Those supporters living outside the UK and Ireland can watch most games live on iFollow by purchasing a match or season pass.